yes sea sponges.
yes, otherwise they would be extinct. No, but babies sometimes have ocean sponges.
The Porifera are the sea sponges. Some simple examples are the kitchen or bath sponges or other sponges that one can see diving -- from barrel to branch sponges.
almost 90% of organisms in the ocean live in the uppermost zone
Clams can live in rivers, and some can survive on land.
they live in the pacific ocean by the united states of america.
Sponges do live in the ocean.
in the ocean
Animals that live in the ocean.
The ocean (aquatic biome).
yes, some even live in the Atlantic and Indian ocean too.
Sponges in the ocean can live up to 200 years old. They are primary produces and give off more oxygen than they take in.
son of a gun
typicaly sponges live in coral reefs with other sponges in their own habitat in the depths of the ocean floor!!!!
starfish, seaweed, corals, sponges, algae, sea-shells.
The one thing that I’m focused on, are sponges. SPONGES. Many people believe that the type of sponges we’re talking about, are the sponges we clean with... well, you’re wrong. The sponges that scientists keep trying to explain to people that live in the ocean, sea sponges. Now I’m worried for sea sponges, because starfish keep eating them. And frankly I feel very bad for their habitats. Because the ocean needs the sponges help. The ocean relies on porifera/sponges to help the ocean, to help it grow, to help it prosper, and to help animals live and eat.
Nearly all most all of the 5,000 known sponges are found in saltwater; however, 150 species live in freshwater.