Ocean Animals
By Mrs. Nasto, Computer Chitchat
 Update:05/05/2021 


Credit Resources
MrsNasto.com Fish & Ocean Animals
Page 2 & Desktops
Games Kidtopia
Elementary Students
DuckDuckGo
SearchEngine
1st Grade Page

Ocean Animals Table of Contents

Manatees

Sea Turtles

Dolphins

Sharks

Seahorse

Explore Learn:


Monterey Bay Aquarium



New England Aquarium

 

BrainPOPJr.

Fish
Videos All Subjects


Printouts

EnchantedLearning
Ocean Animals

Ask an Expert

Ask Shamu

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Credit Resources

 

 

 

 

 

Oceans on Planet Earth!
Earth is mostly water!

Earth's Oceans GoogleMaps

  1. Atlantic Ocean

  2. Pacific Ocean

  3. Indian Ocean
  4. Arctic Ocean
  5. Southern Ocean ~Antarctica Ocean

 

Fish and Ocean Animals

Many different animals live in the ocean!


Manatees

Manatees are large slow moving marine animals also known as Sea Cows.  They are herbivores and like warm shallow water.  They are largely found off the coast of Florida.

Word Bank:

Manatee or Manatees

 sea cows

herbivores eat plants

 Florida warm water

Sea Turtles

 17 different kinds

 endangered

 lay eggs

 leatherbacks 1100 pounds

Ocean, sand, beach,



 Manatees Seaworld

Top of Page                          Sea Turtles


There are several different kinds of sea turtles.  They spend most of their time swimming in our oceans.  All sea turtles are endangered and their populations are unknown.  Sea turtles lay eggs on the beaches in the sand.

Sea Turtle on the Beach

Baby Sea Turtle Just Hatched!

Sea Turtle Information
Sea Turtle Species


  • What type of turtle weighs the most weight?

  • What type of turtle weighs the least amount of weight?

  • Sea Turtles SeaWorld


Top of Page


Dolphins
One of the most intelligent animals in the world!  They can be found in both the Atlantic and Pacific ocean and like warmer water.


 

Dolphin Videos rob@dolphinleap.com

Dolphin Video Bubble Rings

Dolphin Facts for Kids


Top of Page


Sharks

Sharks have very good hearing and smelling senses.  Sharks have been around since before dinosaurs.  The shark's Skelton is made of a flexible material called cartilage and it is covered in sharp tooth like scales for protection.

Shark Video Great White

Shark Facts for Kids
 

Top of Page


Seahorse

The Seahorse swims in the upward position.  It has a long nose a pouch and a curly tail.  The male carries the seahorse babies in his pouch till they mature and then he gives birth to little baby seahorses.

Top of Page


Fun Games:

 


Counting


Summer Page


Fun Page

Top of Page
 


Resources:

Enchanted Learning.  All About Oceans and Seas. 
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/ocean/.  2000-2005.

National Parks Conservation Association Manatee

Cap'n Mike's Manatee Tours. Swim with the Manatees.
http://www.swimwithmanatees.com/.  April 2005.

Joe Hemphill. Manatee Movie Clip.  April 2005.

Animation Factory.  http://www.animationfactory.com/.  April 2005.

GifAnimations.com.   April 2005.

Animal Bytes. Bottlenose Dolphins.
http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/animal-bytes/animalia/eumetazoa/coelomates/deuterostomes/chordates/
craniata/mammalia/cetacea/bottlenose-dolphin.htm.  April 2005. 

Animal Bytes. Bottlenose Sharks. http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/animal-bytes/animalia/eumetazoa/coelomates/deuterostomes/chordates/craniata/
chondrichthyes/selachii/sharks.htm.  April 2005. 

SeaWorld Penguin Fun Facts

Holly Hartman.  Fast Facts on Sharks. How is a shark different from other kinds of fish?   http://www.infoplease.com/spot/sharks2.html. April 2005.
 

SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Animal Information Database
www.seaworld.org / www.buschgardens.org.  2002

Secretes of the Seahorse.  http://aquarium.ucsd.edu/new_site/history.html.  April 2005.

Seaworld/Busch Gardens. Animal Bytes. http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/animal-bytes/index.htm.  April 2005.

US Fish and Wildlife Service.  Digital Library System. http://images.fws.gov/default.cfm?CFID=1733327&CFTOKEN=29284db2d55c9d1-43B96056-1143-3066-4091BC445EFEF779 .  April 2005.


Top of Page

Contact Mrs. Nasto:
Berlin Community School

215 South Franklin Ave
Berlin, NJ 08009

Email: 
nastog@bcsberlin.k12.nj.us

Copyright 2004, Mrs. Nasto.  All Rights Reserved.
Updated
05/05/2021