All organisms must adapt to the environment in which they live. Organisms in an estuary have special adaptations to survive in both fresh and sea water.
organisms * fish * mammals * grasses
tides that bring in nutrients/food, and brackish (only partly salty) water which allows non-marine things to live there
They hunt at sea but I have seen them loafing about in the estuary zone.
An estuary is an area, or body of water where the water from a river meets the water of a larger body of water such as a bay or ocean. Thus an estuary has mixed wildlife and is inbetween salt and fresh water.
There are many
Estuary and coastal regions
Only animals that can live in freshwater or saltwater live in an estuary because estuaries are places where freshwater and saltwater meet.
Lizards, snakes, and turtles live in estuaries.
•An estuary is a partly enclosed coastal body of water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea.
Because at one end of the estuary is the Sea which has salt water and at the other is the river which has fresh water. Along the estuary as the two waters mix, there will be varying levels of salt in the water and these will change as the tide goes in and out and the river periodically floods. Organisms living at one location on the estuary therefore have to be able to deal with varying levels of salt in the water that surrounds them.
An estuary is the wide mouth of a river, opening out to the sea and a coral reef is where fish live!
Common Soil Bacteria Nematodes
phytoplankton is as well as zoo plankton
one is plankton which is the main producer
None, go get a life!
Organisms live everywhere