Many animal and plant species lives in saline waters.
i think it lives in salt water
Many dolphins need salt water to live because of electrolyte balances. Their bodies are made to live in salt water.
Haloarcula marismourtui (which means , roughly , salt - loving boxlike bacterium that lives in the Dead Sea) has unique proteins that protect it from the depredations of salt.
Amoeba lives in fresh and salt water. It also lives in animals and in humans.
no because they need salt
It is an animal that lives in salt water.
yes in fact world largest reptile lives in saltwater known as the saltwater crocodile There is a variety of Crocodile that lives in Salt Water. However, a fresh water Crocodile would not do well in Salt Water.
It depends on the type of fish. If it is a saltwater fish than it lives in salt water, but if it is a fresh water fish than it lives in freshwater.
He lives in the outskirts of Salt Licks, Texas.
in the water it can be fresh water or salt water.
The sea trout lives in salt water.
Salt is the only spice that I know of.
sodium lives in salt and a lot of food!
Salt has antibacterial properties. Salt is often added to cut flowers in a vase to prolong their lives. The proper amount of salt to water is one tablespoon of salt to one gallon of water.
salt & pepper! saltpeter is poisonous. but if you're cooking for villains, go ahead and use that salt peter. it could save lives.
Not the species salt water crocodile, but the American crocodile lives in brackish or salt water near mangrove swamps of South Florida.
no it lives in salt water
a salt water fish is a fish that lives in the ocean
It lives in Fresh water.
You can eat table salt or use rock salt on roads to melt snow and ice in the winter.
One of them lives in fresh water and the other in salt water.
The salt water crocodile lives in estuaries and mangrove swamps in or near salt water. The American crocodile also has a similar environment in the Americas.
Derfilingting Bacteria lives in the salty conditions of the ocean providing salt and nutrients to other small Bugs laying at the bottom of the sea. When Cold the salt stops and pepper comes out and produces.
An anchovy is a fish, so it lives in water. Specifically, it lives in the sea, a salt water environment.
Many people think she lives in Salt Lake City, and she did, but now she lives in Pleasant Grove, Utah.
Salt. There maybe some obscure breed of penguin I am not thinking of that lives in fresh, but most of the ones you see in zoos and tv are salt.
Sea Cucumbers live in the deep ocean, so they live in salt water.
A scallop is a salt-water shellfish and lives in the ocean.
anywhere in salt water mostly in warm water
salmon and some kinds of eels
No the death ray lives in freshwater.
Yes because it already lives there .
A freshwater fish is a fish that lives in rivers, lakes, ponds, or streams. In other words, a fish that lives in water that has no salt in it.
A lack of salt, or rock salt in the human body will result in cramping. Over time this could emaciate your muscle strength and potentially impact mobility.
It lives in the ocean depths.
The sea sponges lives on the bottom of the ocean in salt waters.
Salt Lake City Utah. That is where Jesse Mccartney Lives
your probably thinking of brine shrimp.
because it helps the animals that lives in the marsh and it helps what grows in it
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The Blepharisma lives in the poun water.
The fresh water crab lives in fresh water, water without salt. Salt water crab has gills that process the salt away. And those stay in salt water places like hmm oceans
The Striped bass also known as the striper lives in North America. It is a salt water fish that lives in the Atlantic ocean.
the tiger shark lives all over the salt water.
it lives in both; in freshwater when it is young and seawater when adult
cod fish live in salt water
in the sea, ocean [salt water places] but they go on beaches to lay eggs.
The right whale lives in the ocean, in salt water.
Because salt water go's throught them instead of inside them so they dont kneed to expel salt water
Well it depends on the fish. If it is a fresh water fish then it lives in fresh water, salt water fish live in salt water.