Some sharks live in the open ocean part of the time. All kinds of animals live in the open ocean zone such as plankton, squid, yes sharks, whales, and all sorts of fish.
Because it is the largest zone ,they can't be accommodated in neratic zone .
This question is debatable. It could either be the open-ocean zone because it is bigger and deeper so animals who can live at the bottom and the top can live in the open-ocean zone. it could be the neritic zone because of the water that flows through and etc. =D
near shore zone and open ocean zone
In the open ocean you can find the Blue whale
Most plants and animals live in the Sunlit Zone.
Many big fish live in the open ocean zone including dolphins, whales, sharks, and tuna. There are many other fish that live in the open ocean as well.
there are whales, squids, and sharks.
The open sea zone is a zone in the ocean that has a depth of 200 meters and has over ten species of animals.
The animals in the open ocean zone are...1. Giant Squid2. Algae3. Fish4. Sea Stars5. much more...
Sharks live in the oceanic zone (open water) above the abyssal zone (ocean floor).
The animals that live in the near ocean are crabs. Because crabs live in water and land.
some animals that live in thw nertic zone are bluefin tuna and colorful fish
The ocean zone is the deep, or open ocean zone, where they swim amongst the coral and red water ;D
When studying animals it is important to know where the animals live. The Anglerfish lives in the Mesopelagic Life Zone of the Ocean.
Yes they do. They live in alot of other ocean zones also.
over 5,000 species of fish live in the ocean
Pelagic zone is the open ocean zone.
The animals that live in the midnight zone are bioluminescent jellyfish, angler fish, tube worms, and a lot of phytoplankton
The lampray can live in any ocean zone The lampray can live in any ocean zone The lampray can live in any ocean zone
Some are the Monk fish, Jumbo Octopus, or animals that live on the bottom of the ocean.
The midnight zone is the deepest layer of the ocean. Some animals that live in the aphotic zone are anglerfish, copepods, crustaceans, vampire squid, and tube worms.
Echinoderms are marine animals, which means they reside in the ocean. Echinoderms are found from the intertidal zone to the abyssal zone.
According to Modern Biology, they live in the Oceanic Zone. This zone includes organisms that inhabit the open ocean.
Benthic animals live in the benthic zone of the ocean. These animals include corals, sponges, anemones, jellyfish, mollusks, and other animals.