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Scientists generally classify marine ecosystems into six main categories; however, labels aren't always clearly defined, so some categories may overlap or envelop other categories.

Scientists generally classify marine ecosystems into six main categories; however, labels aren't always clearly defined, so some categories may overlap or envelop other categories.

Corals are animals because they do not make their own food, as plants do. Corals have tiny, tentacle-like arms that they use to capture their food from the water and sweep into their inscrutable mouths. Marine Ecosystem Jane Park & Stephen Lam Basic Information of Marine

Corals are animals because they do not make their own food, as plants do. Corals have tiny, tentacle-like arms that they use to capture their food from the water and sweep into their inscrutable mouths. Marine Ecosystem Jane Park & Stephen Lam Basic Information of Marine

FOOD WEBS-Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, these relationships are much more complex, and the term ‘food web’ more accurately shows the links between producers, consumers and decomposers

Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, these relationships are much more complex, and the term ‘food web’ more accurately shows the links between producers, consumers and decomposers

#DON'TEATSHARKFINSOUP #SAVEPRECIOUSHSHARKS  Why do they need to die for us when they did nothing wrong to us?

The recreational boating industry has seen an industry increase of 10% in sales due to growing recreational boating demands. Boats that are less than 27 feet in size account for over 12.4 million registered boats.

Generally, the closer a region is to the Equator, the greater the biodiversity. At least 40,000 different plant species live in the Amazon rain forest of South America, one of the most biologically diverse regions on the planet. Only about 2,800 live in Canada’s Quebec province.

Biodiversity refers to the variety of living species on Earth, including plants, animals, bacteria, and fungi. While Earth’s biodiversity is so rich that many species have yet to be discovered, many species are being threatened with extinction due to human activities, putting the Earth’s magnificent biodiversity at risk.