The biggest plant in the ocean is kelp. It is the fastest-growing plant in the world and lives on the surface of the ocean.
does anyone know the main plant that lives in the ocean? seaweed
No.it is a plant that lives in the ocean so it specifaclly is a plant
The euphotic zone
Kelp, seaweed, or some other plant that lives in the ocean
A coral is a plant that lives in packs most of the time, you can usually find them in reefs or at the the ocean floor.
An ocean plant is a plant that grows down on the seabed. An example of an ocean plant is seaweed or kelp,etc.
Believe it or not but Spectrum-Dixon which is a type of plant that lives in the ocean not a river or a lake the ocean because of its magnificent blue glamoir and thick coat.
A Venus flytrap is a plant that lives on Earth, and a remora is a fish that lives in the ocean. They do not have a relationship of any kind.
No, it is an herbivore, it eats algae (a small plant like thing that lives in the ocean and gets its energy from the sun)
A cactus is a plant that lives in the desert.
The sunlight zone. Most animal and plant life use the sun to stay alive. The most plant life is found here. There is life in all zones in the ocean but the sunlight zone has the most.
the atlantic walrus lives in the atlantic ocean, and the pacific walrus lives in the pacific ocean.
A dolphin lives in the ocean.
A krill that lives in the ocean.
If the plant normally lives in or at the edge of the ocean, it might thrive - depending on how much salt was in the water you gave it. If the plant normally lives inland and uses fresh water. your salty water would probably kill it.
What kind of plants and animals lives in the Indian ocean?
The epipelagic zone of the ocean is where most life lives.
Why does nitrate limit plant production in the ocean?
The seaweed grows and lives in the ocean.The seaweed is a plant that adapts to the ocean very easily and it is food for the fishes
............ A 'sea creature' refers to an animal that lives in the ocean. Therefore, EVERY sea creature lives in the ocean.