The intertidal area (also called the littoral zone) is where the land and sea meet, between the high and low tide zones. Within the intertidal zone there are the spray zones, and low, middle, and high tide zones, and each is characterised by different animals.
* Spray Zone: Also called the Upper Littoral, the Supralittoral Fringe, the Splash Zone, and the Barnacle Belt. This area is dry much of the time, but is sprayed with salt water during high tides. It is only flooded during storms and extremely high tides. Organisms in this sparse habitat include barnacles, isopods, lichens, lice, limpets, periwinkles, and whelks. Very little vegetation grows in this area.
* High Tide Zone: Also called the Upper Mid-littoral Zone and the high intertidal zone. This area is flooded only during high tide. Organisms in this area include anemones, barnacles, brittle stars, chitons, crabs, green algae, isopods, limpets, mussels, sea stars, sea anemones, snails, whelks and some marine vegetation.
* Middle Tide Zone: Also called the Lower Mid-littoral Zone. This turbulent area is covered and uncovered twice a day with salt water from the tides. Organisms in this area include anemones, barnacles, chitons, crabs, green algae, isopods, limpets, mussels, sea lettuce, sea palms, sea stars, snails, sponges, and whelks.
* Low Tide Zone: Also called the Lower Littoral Zone. This area is usually under water - it is only exposed when the tide is unusually low. Organisms in this zone are not well adapted to long periods of dryness or to extreme temperatures. Some of the organisms in this area are abalone, anemones, brown seaweed, chitons, crabs, green algae, hydroids, isopods, limpets, mussels, nudibranchs, sculpin, sea cucumber, sea lettuce, sea palms, sea stars, sea urchins, shrimp, snails, sponges, surf grass, tube worms, and whelks.
Type your answer here... The Neritic zone.
It is a mollusc that is a snail. It adheres to rocks and is found in the intertidal zone. A periwinkle is also a type of flower.
whales,sea otters,and pearly nautilus
coral, squid, shark
Littoral Zone - In coastal environments and biomes, the littoral zone extends from the high water mark, which is rarely inundated, to shoreline areas that are permanently submerged. It always includes the intertidal zone and is often used to mean the same as the intertidal zone. However, the meaning of "littoral zone" can extend well beyond the intertidal zone. Limnetic Zone - The limnetic zone is the well-lit, open surface waters in a lake, away from the shore. The vegetation of the littoral zone surrounds this expanse of open water and it is above the profundal zone. Profundal Zone - The profundal zone is a deep zone of a body of water, such as an ocean or a lake, located below the range of effective light penetration. This is typically below the thermocline, the vertical zone in the water through which temperature drops rapidly. The lack of light in the profundal zone determines the type of biological community that can live in this region, which is distinctly different from the community in the overlying waters. The profundal zone is part of the aphotic zone
What type of whale and plankton live in the palagic zone and what do they look like and what types of fish live in the plagic zone to
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98% of animals have vertibrates. the only ones that wouldn't are things like worms, clams, and animals that live on the sea floor of the twilight zone.
Sun light zone of the ocean
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The moon has no atmosphere. No animals that we know about can live there.
Wild animals live in river shannon
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Loggerheads ARE animals they are a type of turtle.
water type animals
what do u think like sharks live there
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The uppermost layer of the world's oceans that receive sunlight during the daytime is called the photic zone. The depth of this zone depends on the clarity or murkiness of the water. In clear water, the photic zone can be quite deep; in murky water, it can be only 50 feet deep. On average, it extends to about 660 feet. Animals that live in the photic zone are plants, such as free-floating algae, sea weeds, etc. Zooplankton, most ocean fish, sea turtles, seals, etc. Bottom-dwellers such as starfish and sea shells live in the photic zone too. This zone is defined in terms of light, not depth.
Type your answer here... angler fish live i the midnight zone
The type of animals that live in Ireland are sheep,cattle, snakes and also rabbits!!
there all type of animals that live in Serbia like anything you can name...