What organisms live in ocean shoreline?
Starfish, mussels, that kind of thing.
Not all crabs live near the shoreline. A few live near the shoreline while others live on the ocean floor. It's just the habitat they prefer.
mussels live on the shoreline.
kelp usually lives somewhere in the ocean, not on the shoreline. It can be found on the bottom of the ocean, and other organisms (animals) eat it. It is green and slimy. ADDED: Not at the bottom of the ocean. It lives in shallow water, fairly close to shore. It's also usually brown, not green.
organisms that live on the ocean floor are called Benthos
Organisms that live near or on the ocean floor are called plankton.
almost 90% of organisms in the ocean live in the uppermost zone
the sunlight zone since its food is at the shoreline
California is the state with the biggest ocean shoreline.
The organisms are called Benthos
Benthos are animals that live on the ocean floor.
Organisms that live in between the sand grains to find nutrients have scarce living space on a rocky shoreline.
Marine organisms have to live in ocean because that is the only way they would be able to survive. Marine= found in, or produced by the sea. So marine organisms live in the sea,oceans,etc.
Benthic organisms live on or near the ocean floor. (Bethos means "depths of the sea")
On the ocean floor
Small organisms that live in the sunlight regions of the ocean is called Plankton!
there are millions of organisms that live in water, if you don't believe just go to the ocean
It has caused the shoreline to erode.
Organisms that live above the ocean floor are apart of the pelagic environment
Not all marine organisms do live near the surface of the ocean, but those marine organisms that are producers (those that photosynthesise) do and they do so because to photosynthesise they need to live in the surface layers where sunlight can penetrate because at depth the oceans are dark.
crabs estuarine crocodile california sea lion diamond back Terrapin(turtlle)
Marine is another word for ocean or sea - marine organisms live in the ocean.
life in the ocean is most concentrated around coral reefs
Some that live in the bottom of the ocean, where no sunlight can reach it.
it gives the a home to live and find food
it brackes rocks
Mollusc, fungi organisms.
Oceanography study the ocean, including the properties and movements of the ocean water, the characteristics of the ocean floor, and the organisms that live in the ocean
It's hot and dry, meaning there's regular wildfires. There is also a large amount of ocean shoreline.
This is in reference to shoreline of lakes, ponds, and rivers, obviously not the ocean, as Oklahoma is landlocked.
plankton-organisms that drift with ocean currents. nekton-are free swimmers. they are able to move through the ocean waters in search of food. benthos-are bottom dwellers. organisms that live on or below the ocean bottom
A marine biologist works to determine how marine life organisms get food, reproduce, develop, why certain groups of organisms live in certain parts of the ocean, and how they interact with other organisms in the ocean.
These multifaceted Organisms are Collectively called Phytoplankton; and Yes, when They are an Endangered Species, so are We.
Shoreline erosion is when ocean waves erode the shoreline of the coast. It also can happen on the shores of rivers.
It is important for organisms that live in the deep ocean to absorb heat, since it is very cold in that region of the ocean. Without the heat, they would die. Some organisms absorb heat from ocean vents, which provide a large amount of heat.
Are Organisms that live on land are better represented in the fossil record than organisms that live in the ocean?
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Krill Plankton and all sorts of other plants
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the zone consist that of the floor of the ocean trenches
i live close to the shoreline in Oklahoma.
Where an ocean means a continent (or land) there is a shoreline. It is usually a beach.
Marine organisms are classified by how they move and where they live. Their habitats may range from the surface water, to the ocean trenches.
they live everywhere like the forest, ocean, desert, trees, etc. ;D
a coastline(where ocean meets land)