Sep 18

2020

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Ocean Habitats

Oceans support an immense diversity of life and ecosystems. From warm tropical waters of the Caribbean to the freezing polar regions (and from zooplankton to blue whales!) a staggering range of animals, plants and other life forms call the ocean their home. These ocean, or marine habitats, provide everything needed for survival – food, shelter, […]

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Aug 25

2020

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Fast Facts – Whale Sharks

Whale sharks are the largest fish in our oceans and can reach 40 feet or more. Whale sharks are slow moving filter-feeders. They feed by scooping up tiny plants and animals in their enormous gaping mouths as they glide close to the surface of the ocean. They are enormous and can weigh as much as […]

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Jul 29

2020

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Ultimate Shark Facts Quiz

Check out our Ultimate Shark Facts Quiz and discover how much you really know about JAWSOME SHARKS…    Questions 1. What is the largest species of shark? 2. What are baby sharks are called? 3. What are shark bones made of? 4. Up to how many teeth do sharks have? 100s, 1,000s or 10,000s? 5. […]

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Jul 29

2020

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Ultimate Shark Facts Australia

Contrary to popular belief, mainly brought about by scary shark movies, you have more chance of being killed by a coconut than a shark! Over-fishing and unsustainable practices are causing shark populations to decline worldwide. Sharks play an important role in our oceans and on our majestic reefs and we should all be concerned about […]

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