Animals have evolved a lot of methods of dealing with the conditions of deep oceans. The general problems that are constant are lack of light, high water pressure, lack of food sources, and frigid temperatures.
To combat lack of light, some animals develop bioluminescence. Fish use it as a lure to attract other fish toward it to eat; a certain type of squid uses it for distraction to escape predators. Animals without bioluminescence generally don't even have eyesight. There's no point if there's no light. They develop higher senses elsewhere, like smell or taste or feeling out vibrations in the water.
High pressure requires animals to create an outward pushing force to resist being crushed at extreme depths, like pockets of air in their bodies, or sponge-like structures.
Lack of food means that the deeper into the ocean you go, usually, the smaller the life. Smaller bodies means it requires less food and energy to break down to function. Some exceptions are that while 'giant squid' are found often enough by us and even caught in nets, colossal squid live much deeper in the water and are much bigger. They also scrap for what little food they can, going so far as to eat sea snow, or animal waste that drifts down from the top of the ocean to the bottom (it has to go somewhere, right?)
Frigid temperatures aren't always the case deep in the ocean. There are hydrothermal vents that spew hot water, like hot springs and geysers on land. Animals and archaic bacteria flock to these vents for warmth.
We're not sure how far down animals live. As we develop better technology to reach deeper and deeper down, we're constantly surprised at the life we find and the adaptions we get to see them develop.
Mainly due to the conditions they need to survive, some may need light some dark, some colder temps some warmer temps so stay nearer the surface, other reasons could be that they adapt to where they can best hunt/ eat. Better surroundings for shelter. Basically because not all fish/ water dwellers have the same requirements to survive and so live deeper down where conditions best suit them!
Protective Coloration makes animals blend with their background. :))))) The definition for the word protective coloration is "coloring that disguises or camouflages a plant or animal."
The only animal able tio kill and eat a lion is a large crocodile and they do occasionally do so.
They need to be able to bring down an animal twice their size.
Cloning an animal refers to using an animal's DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid; its genetic material) to be able to recreate the 'same animal' that will grow and develop in the same way as the original, to produce an exact 'copy' of the original organism.
man have aim/purpose in their life but animal haven't Man is able to make make choices and modify his programming, whereas animal follows its inbuilt programming.
The mitochondrion in any cell, plant or animal makes ATP, the energy by which we are able to everything we do and stay alive and functioning. It does this through cellular Respiration.
You can't. You play as a human. Although, sometimes in Able Sisters there may be an accessory which makes you look a bit more like an animal. For example, the bunny hood.
An abnormally large difference between water levels at high and low tide.
all ocean animals have gills to be able to breathe
Euphotic zones that are able to support life well because they are in the uppter layer of the ocean where the sun's rays penetrate, and the phytoplankton are most common in this area that makes fish and other sea animals eat them as their food.
No,people can only capture stingray to keep at zoos.
Of course it could--Why would it not be able to be something extinct? There's no reasoning in any of the books or interviews with Rowling that would suggest otherwise, and as it is a patronus, not the actual animal, it makes no sense that it could not be such an animal.
You're not able to have babies in Animal Crossing!
Every air breathing animal can.
No you cannot work for the Able Sisters on Animal Crossing Wild World.
it is important for the ocean to have various of the ocean because it helps scientist record data of where certain animals live and where they move around in the ocean. it is also important because it tells where certain plants can grow and where they can't. most plants need sunlight to be able to grow. and in some regions of the ocean there is no sunlight which makes it impossible for plants to grow. -Stephanie (: it is important also for the ocean to have many regions like your mom