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ocean.nationalgeographic.com/take-action/marine-food-chain

Read about the levels of the marine (ocean) food chain in this article from National ... they often fall prey to a simple fact of ocean life: big fish eat smaller fish.

www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/143-marine-food-webs

Oct 8, 2009 ... Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, ... Explore this interactive diagram to learn more about life in the sea.

www.nationalgeographic.org/activity/marine-food-chains-and-biodiversity

What is the goal of the Census of Marine Life? ... Ask students to list the organisms in a terrestrial or aquatic food chain that they are familiar with. Explain to ...

www.eaglewingtours.com/top-of-the-food-chain-5-deadly-marine-predators

Jan 5, 2015 ... So what does it really take to be at the top of the ocean's food chain? ... When you think of top ocean predators, you probably think of sharks.

sealife.blob.core.windows.net/media/4291/foodchains_grades3-6.pdf

Life processes. All animals have to carry out seven life processes. These are: 1. ... Food chain 5. The sun. Zooplankton. Phytoplankton. Crab. Octopus. Sea Otter  ...

kids.britannica.com/students/assembly/view/90131

In a typical marine food chain, dinoflagellates convert energy from sunlight into food ... sharks that feed on sunfish, and to large sharks that feed on small sharks.

www.thoughtco.com/divers-can-learn-observing-animal-behavior-2962794

Mar 3, 2017 ... Barracuda, groupers, snappers, and, of course, sharks, moray eels and dolphins are at the top of the food chain. Their feast includes other fish, ...

sanctuaries.noaa.gov/news/features/1007_krill.html

Oct 10, 2007 ... Krill – a shrimp-like crustacean – forms the basis of the marine food web for whales, seabirds, fish, squid, seals, and sharks throughout the ...

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The marine food chain is divided into the four categories outlined below. Let's read on to explore how life under the ocean works! Level 4: Large Predators.

www.teara.govt.nz/en/diagram/5137/marine-food-chain

Jun 12, 2006 ... Phytoplankton form the basis of life in the ocean. They use photosynthesis to convert energy from sunlight into chemical energy (food). Some of ...