The ocean holds an abundant variety of lifeforms, including dolphins, turtles, sharks, penguins, octopuses, plankton, jellyfish, coral reefs and seaweed.
The vast ocean contains a large array of plant and animal life. According to
National Geographic, the ocean covers more than 70 percent of the surface of the
Plants and algae play important roles in the ocean ecosystem. Fast growing kelp
(a type of algae) makes up forest-like communities and phytoplankton produce ...
Marine algae (seaweeds and phytoplankton) are a loose group of some of the
simplest organisms that contain chlorophyll (like plants) but include members of ...
There are two general types of plants found in the ocean, those having roots that
are attached to the ocean bottom and those not having roots which simply drift ...
The different plant species that live in the ocean include phytoplankton, diatoms,
dinoflagellates, sea-grasses, kelp and algae. These plants have special ...
There are thousands of different species of ocean plant life, including
phytoplankton, algae, kelp and seagrasses. There are over 130000 species of
algae alone ...
Some examples of ocean plants include phytoplankton, algae, seagrasses and
kelp. Ocean plants either contain roots or float on the water, and rooted ocean ...
Aug 19, 2010 ... The ocean is full of uncharted territory -- and of breathtaking natural wonders that
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PLANTS: Over 1 million species of plants and animals have been ... Through
photosynthesis, marine plants and algae provide much of ...