The biggest living thing in the ocean is a humpback whale
It is a living invertabrate
Obviously there are no non-living things living in the sea; or anywhere else for that matter.
Of all these things, the virus is the only non-living thing. Viruses are not living organisms. E.coli is a bacteria and living.
yes sea anemone is a living animal
Yes, the blue whale is in fact the the biggest living thing animal the world has ever seen as mature adults may attain a length of more than 90 feet and weigh more than 130 tons. The biggest living thing is reported to be a fungal network in Oregon...see link
a sea star is non living
They are living things.
The largest living animal in the ocean/sea is the Great Blue Whale. At least in gross weight.
The sea itself is not living due to it not having any cells or organic compounds
no its a living thing
Of course it is!!
yeah, sea shells can be living things as it once could be a part of a living thing and now has fallen off and when it is fallen off it is no longer a living thing.
when talking about non living things we are talking about abiotic factors. In the sea there can be numerous things. Two obvious ones would be the amount of sunlight that is in the sea and the water itself is non living. You can also say that the amount of salt in the water is also an abiotic factor.
no!! the lowest living thing in the sea is a fish
Land sea & air
well really there are no non-living things living in the sea; or anywhere else for that matter.
A Megalodon shark (biggest still living dinosauric species)
6footThe leatherbaack Sea turtle is the biggest kind of reptile living in the Sea. It can get up to 6 feet long.abot 3ft
The biggest sea in the world is the South China sea.