an ocean creature that could be a future fish that lives in the midnight zone. It eats tiny fish that are as big as a key with its sharp teeth. It is usually sniffing at stuff to find out what it is. Its eyesight isn`t that good so it uses its sense of smell a lot. Its life time is 50 years.
an ocean creature that could be fish that lives in the shallows. it eats bits of plants that are in the water, the plants could be thrown in the water by humans. It is shy and protective so if chased it would burrow into the sand quickly. Its little claws help it dig into the sand to avoid getting trodden on or eaten. Its life time is 1 year.
are a present mammal that lives in live in most waters of the world. Nearly 40 species of dolphins swim the waters of the world. Most live in shallow areas of tropical and temperate oceans, and five species live in rivers. Dolphins are carnivores. Fish, squid and crustaceans are included in their list of prey. A 260-pound dolphin eats about 33 pounds of fish a day. Known for there playful behavior, dolphins are highly intelligent. They are as smart as apes, and the evolution of their lager brains is surprisingly similar to humans. Dolphins are part of the family of whales that includes orcas and pilot whales. Killer whales are actually dolphins. Dolphins are very social, living in groups that hunt and even play together. Large pods of dolphins can have 1,000 members or more.
Depending on the species, gestation takes nine to 17 months. After birth dolphins are surprisingly maternal. They have been observed cuddling there young. A dolphin calf nurses for up to two years. Calves stay with there mothers anywhere from three to eight years. Dolphins have acute eyesight both in and out of the water. They hear frequencies 10 times the upper limit of adult humans. Their sense of touch is well-developed, but they have no sense of smell. Because dolphins are mammals, they need to come to the surface of the water to breathe. Unlike land mammals that breathe and eat through their mouths, dolphins have separate holes for each task. Dolphins eat through their mouths and breath through their blowholes. This prevents the dolphin from sucking up water into their lungs when hunting, reducing the risk of drowning.
Attribution: 10 Fascinating Dolphin Facts.
Is a shark like creature that when it captures it's prey it locks it in its mouth with its big front teeth. Trapthony could be a future ocean creature. Unlike all creatures it breaths water instead of air. It only eats things that can fit in it's mouth. When trapthony traps somthing in it's mouth it licks it and if it is 'yummy' trapthony eats it if not it spits it out. Trapthony is similar to the megamouth shark because they both trap prey but the megamouth shark's teeth are way smaller. Trapthony's life time is 70 years.
Could be a future ocean creature that is very protective and does not want to die so when it thinks it's in danger glidahorn swims away. In the future ocean they may have 100,000 of them because it is super likely for them to escape because of there horns pointing back. In the future glidahorn caves might exist because they will use there curved horns to mine stone and that is were they will live. If there horns get cut off it will regenerate in 1hour. Glidahorns will make there cave glidahron sized so predators will be unable to get them and corner them. If glidahorns exist in the future they will be one of the most protective creatures in the world. They live in the coral reefs near boulders. If they are trapped in trapthony's mouth they will try to mine out the teeth and then escape. Glidahorns life time is 10 years.
One of the most powerful carnivores of all time. Liopleurodon had massive jaws and probably a stronger bite than tyrannosaurus. It could easily have held a medium-sized car in it's mouth and bitten it in half. Scientists believe it had a strong sense of smell, which helped it to hunt in deeper waters where prey was difficult to spot. Each of the bones in Liopleurodon's spine was the size of a dinner plate.
Attributoin: Dinosaurs a children's encyclopedia.
Mosasaurs was once a lizard that moved into water then turned into mosasaurs. It started growing into Liopleurodon then Kronosaurus.
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