THOUSANDS and possibly MILLIONS of species live in the coral reef habitat. We haven't even BEGUN to classify ALL OF the dazzling array of life that the coral reef habitat supports.
However, SOME of these are: sponges, nudibranchs, black tip reef sharks, groupers, clown fish, eels, parrot fish, snapper, scorpion fish, jellyfish, anemones, sea stars, crabs, shrimp, lobsters, turtles, sea snakes, snails, octopuses, nautilus, clams, and of course, what most people seem to forget, the coral itself.
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animals that live in the coral reef.
lots of animals live in a coral reef. sea grass, coral, and balloon plants live there.
No they are not coral reef animals
the climate in the coral reef is wet and very worm. Good for animals to live in.
Because There Is So Much Alge On A Coral Reef.
Sea anenomes, Coral, Clown fish, eels such as the Moray, Groupers (AKA Sea Bass), and Reef sharks live in the coral reef zone.
99% of the ocean sea animals live in the coral reefs
Reef sharks and clown fish live near coral reefs!
Well, clown fish do!
About 34 species
Two animals that I know live on the sand of a Coral Reef are a Jawfish and Garden Eel, but there is guaranteed to be many more.
A coral reef is a structure in which many species can find places to hide from predators.
does a seal live in a coral reef
They live in a coral reef
Most coral reef animals, making up the reef itself, are filter feeders and they eat the microorganisms that live in the water surrounding them.
in the coral reef in the coral reef
In a coral reef.
No, they live in the environment provided by the coral reef but live above and beside it, not inside it.
No. whales do not live in the coral reef they live in the ocean
no there are no tadpoles in the coral reef they can not live in salt water
They live on the coral reef!:)
When coral animals die their skeletons remain. More corals build on top of them, gradually forming a coral reef