The Great Barrier Reef
No. Platypuses are freshwater animals. They cannot survive in marine environments.
Dugong feed on seagrass, which grows in meadows through sheltered coastal waters. The Great Barrier Reef has some of the Australia's best seagrass beds, covering as much as 13% of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park area.
Yes, many species of crabs live in the Great Barrier Reef.
yes parrot fish do live in the great barrier reef.
Yes. Many species of jellyfish live in the Great Barrier Reef.
There are about 1,500 fish in the great barrier reef
Sea birds lives on the Great Barrier reef.
Yes, many species of brain coral live in the great barrier reef.
Over 260 species of coral live on the Great Barrier Reef.
Great Barrier Reef.
Yes, the Great White Shark lives in the Great Barrier Reef.
Not saltwater fish, but some freshwater animals/fish.
Yes, large populations of dugong live in the Great Barrier Reef.
Various marine creatures live in the Great Barrier Reef, including turtles, dugong, squid, octopus, sharks, a huge variety of fish, and an enormous range of sea plants. According to the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, there are about 1625 species of fish that live in and around the Great Barrier Reef, not including the shark species. Of these, 1400 are coral reef species. In addition, there are over 3000 species of molluscs, 630 species of echinoderm such as starfish and sea urchins, 14 known species of sea snakes, 30 species of whales and dolphins, dugongs and 133 species of sharks and rays.
Sharks, whales, dolphins and porpoises live in the Bahrain's marine life. Most all of the species that live in this marine life are already considered extinct.
I don't really know but they might might might live there!! (the great barrier reef is in Australia)
Yes. Spinner dolphins do live in the Great Barrier Reef. See the related link below.
There are about 340 species of sharks on the Great Barrier Reef.
Yes, many types of shrimp live on the great barrier reef.
Yes there are scallops living on the great barrier reef.
Dolphins in the Great Barrier Reef live in the warm and temperate coastal waters off the north-east of Australia.
yes they do. infact 13.4% of the great barrier reef is made up of them.
No marine life live on Antarctica: marine life lives in open water. However, marine birds and marine mammals do visit Antarctica's beaches to breed.
The Great Barrier Reef in Australia