There are many interesting facts about sea animals that you might never have known before. You will learn about animals as unique as the jellyfish and as incredible as the dolphin. You will learn about the amazing crab, the blubbery walrus, the tobogganing penguin, and many other amazing sea creatures.
This animal is so amazing, it eats toxic sponges, but it stays alive. You can learn about this colorful shelled animal by clicking on the sea turtle button at the bottom of the page.
This animal opens clams by banging a rock against them. You can learn about this fluffy brown creature by clicking on the sea otter button at the bottom of the page.
There is a whale that has a long tusk. Do you know what it is? It is a narwhal! Narwhals have long tusks that actually are 9-ft. long over grown teeth! Click on the button below to find out more information on narwhals.
A big animal that has blubbery skin really does exists! Do you know what that animal is? It is a walrus! Click the button at the bottom of the page and find out more interesting facts about the walruses.
This animal is so unique it melts in the sun. You will learn about the smallest to biggest of these creatures that catch their prey with their tentacles. Go to the bottom of the page and click on the jellyfish button to learn more about this creature.
This animal is so amazing it canít walk forward. It has to move sideways to get places. Crabs donít get very big, and there are many different species. As you read, you will learn about hermit and coral crabs. You will learn about their habitat, life styles, and the food that they eat. Go to the bottom of the page and click on the crab button to learn more about this creature.
This animal is so incredible, it breathes air but lives in the water at the same time! You will learn more about this fact, along with many others about dolphins. This page will take you on a journey through the ocean to relax and explore. To learn more about dolphins, click the dolphin button at the bottom of the page.
This animal is so amazing it has eight legs! You will learn a lot more about octopi and have loads of fun learning and exploring at the same time! To begin exploring, click the octopi button at the bottom of the page.
What birds are black and white and swim in the sea? These creatures are penguins. Penguins can toboggan on the ice with speed. To learn more about this tuxedo wearing, tobogganing creature click on the penguin button at the bottom of the page.
In this world there is a creature, other than man, that can kill a whale. This creature is a killer whale, and it also eats seals and penguins. To learn more about this fascinating sea creature, click on the killer whale button at the bottom of the page.
If you think about it, everybody needs a home. That is why there are coral reefs. If coral reefs were not around, all sorts of fish would not have food or homes. Find out how you can help the coral reef and learn interesting facts about them in this section. Click the coral reef button at the bottom of the page.
Eels are one of the most interesting creatures under the sea but one of the least known. Find out strange and interesting fact about eels by clicking the eels button at the bottom of the page.
This animal is so amazing, it was here on the earth one hundred million years before the dinosaur age! So sit back, relax, and enjoy exploring. To open up this section, click the shark button at the bottom of the page.
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