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Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Shrimp:


Shrimp are invertebrates that lack spine and have hard exoskeleton. These are small animals that reside on the ocean base. Brine Shrimp are omnivores that eat tiny animals and plants.




Plankton:

Plankton is microscopic organism that floats in oceans. It is produced by small plants and animals and is counted primarily in the marine food series of other sea animals like deep sea fish and mammals.




Octopus:

Octopuses are eight-armed animals with soft mushy body. The biggest Octopus is the Giant Octopus and the smallest is the Californian Octopus. The uniqueness of this all Sea Animals is that it has blue blood and if it loses its arm, it re-grows another one. Octopuses eat snails, fishes and small crabs.

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