How do aquatic animal get oxygen?
Most get it from the dissolved oxygen in the water through their gills. Others, such as sea mammals, dolphins etc, need to surface to breathe
Yes a frog is a aquatic animal while it is growing. After growing it is a land animal and a aquatic animal.
it is an aquatic animal it is an aquatic animal but it is a bug too!
Yes, Seahorse is an aquatic animal.
Yes, a fish is an aquatic animal.
Yes aquatic life does need light and oxygen
the dolphin is the most gentle aquatic animal
Gold fish is one aquatic animal with scales.
The sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) is considered the fastest aquatic animal.
Yes semi aquatic means half land animal half aquatic animal
Water does have sufficient dissolved oxygen to sustain aquatic life. This is true because aquatic life has adapted to the limited oxygen using gills.
If Your Saying Aquatic Then It's Algae
dolphins, whales, etc. any mammalian aquatic animal.
The otter is an aquatic animal with hair.
Yes; it is an aquatic mammal.
The breathing rate of aquatic animals is faster than that of terrestrial animals because the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water in much less than the amount outside, so they have to breathe more in order to get more oxygen
The Singapore Zoo has a large variety of aquatic animals on exhibit. One aquatic animal it has that has feathers is a duck.
Oxygen is soluble in water to an extent. Fresh water will hold about 6 milligrams of oxygen per liter of water. It may not sound like much, but nearly all aquatic animal life depends on it.
Yes, fish and other aquatic life need to extract oxygen out of the water using gills.
a penguin is aquatic because it li8ve in water
If it lived out of the water it would not be aquatic.
We saw a aquatic animal at the zoo.
Yes. All penguins are aquatic.
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No, some breath oxygen dissolved from oxygen. We like to call these "aquatic mammals" and they're kind of like the humans of the sea!
A seal is an aquatic mammal.
Yes, it is an aquatic mammal because it resides in water.
An aquatic plant bubbles because it releases oxygen bubbles. The oxygen bubbles float to the surface of the water and get released in to the air.
Aquatic animals have water to support their bodies so their is no limit to how big they grow.
Tortoises are reptiles.
If an animal lives in the water, it is an advantage to be able to get oxygen from the water. If the animal must breathe air, then it has to surface frequently. If it is unable to surface for some reason, it will drown.
Australia does not have a national aquatic animal. The states of Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales do have marine emblems, but there is no national aquatic or marine emblem for Australia.
Aquatic organisms need oxygen to survive
Aquatic animals still breathe oxygen, even if in water. If there's little oxygen dissolved in the water, they will suffocate.
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The octopus is the aquatic animal that has a heart inside its head. The octopus is part of the cephalopod mollusc family.
aquatic animals.like fishes! aquatic animals.like fishes!
aquatic algae produce nearly half of the worlds carbohydrates and oxygen
The slowest water animal is the blue whale.
It is an animal in which it lives in the water, or even on the shore of the water. (:
A dolphin hope this helps
It takes in water (which has oxygen in it) through the gills, takes out the oxygen, and then uses it.
If they have gills the animal will take in oygen from the water it breathes...or if it is a mammal that lives underwater it will normally have a blow hole or such which it will rise & breathe in air.
no its a reptile