We got the manatee information from www.mote.org/~jkoelsch/about_manatees.phtml.
We got the sea star information from http://www.Discovery.com.
The giant squid information. http://www.corvettemuseum.com/deep_creatures/squid.htm
We got the porpoise information from www.aj.com.
is where we got the information about the USS New York:
We got the mussels
information from the book MUSSELS HARD-SHELLED MOLLUSKS. The author
is Andreu Llamas. The copyright date is
got the Titanic information and the pictures from the book On, Board the
Titanic by Shelley Tanaka and paintings by Ken Marschall.
We got the spinning smiley from www.animationlibrary.com
We made the stop sign in Microsoft Word.
We got the dolphins information from www.southwest.com.au/~kirbyhs/dolphinsa.html.
We got the octopus information from www.abc.net.au/science?ocean?monsters?blueb.html. We also got the octopus information from www.mote.org/~lauren?motenews/winter96/octopus.phtml.
We got the Moray Eel information from www.encartaencyclopedia.com.
We got the California Fur Seal information from World Book Encyclopedia N-0, 1972.
We got the Monk Seal information from www.pinnipeds.fsnet.co.uk/species/medmonk.htm.
We got the Tweety from www.tweetyshomepage.com.
We got the dogs on the About Us page from www.animationlibrary.com.
got the spinning basketball from www.animationlibrary.com.
We got the Humpback whale picture from the book Familiar Marine Mammals. The information from www.omplace.com/omsites/discover/HUMP/humpge.html.
We got the moving trumpet from www.animationlibrary.com.
We got the moving soccer ball from www.animationlibrary.com.
We got the Dugong information from www.discovery.com
The shark info came from www.discovery.com
We got the Harbor Porpoise picture from the book Familiar Marine Mammals page 106. We got the information from the book Familiar Marine Mammals page 106.
We got the information and the picture for the USS Texas from www.dogpile.com.
We got the Crustaceans information from the book called Crustaceans. It was copyrighted in 1996.
We got the Crustaceans pictures from www.webcrawler.com.