By: Ivan Carrasquillo, Esmond Arthur Garnett, Christian James O’Connell. Abyssal zone. biotic and Abiotic organisms in the abyssal zone. livening The black swallower. The tripod fish The deep-sea angler fish And the giant squid Non-livening Nodule deposits Magnesium Gold
By: Ivan Carrasquillo,
Esmond Arthur Garnett,
Christian James O’Connell
The black swallower.
The tripod fish
The deep-sea angler fish
And the giant squid
This animal has two different shapes. When it is closed up it looks like a mushroom but when it is open it looks like a flower. It has tentacles up to six inches long. It uses poison in its tentacles to kill and eat small fish.
Sea pigs are Scotoplanes. They are a common species found on the abyssal plain. They obtain their food from deposits in the deep-sea mud.
The sea Cucumber is a fish that is used for human consumption. It gets its food from decaying organic matter found in the ocean and plankton.
Black Dragon fish
Oil causes fish to die. Because they do not get any air.
PCBs stop’s fish eggs from hatching. PCBs also poison animals, and when they get eaten the poison passes through the food chain. PCB is a organic compound with 1 to 10 chlorine atoms attached to biphenyl.
Stamina is a deep-sea fish, It haves loose jaws so its pray does not get away.
There bodies are almost black so that they bland in to the sea floor
They are predators, eating smaller fish and they have fang like teeth.
stomiids produce eggs that float up into the surface waters to hatch. After they hatch they eat the plantation
The Bloody belly Comb Jelly ranges from many colors . It uses comb like tentacles to propel itself in the water. They have a maximum size of 4.5 inches.
The ratfish is a relative of the shark. It has a rat like face and stays near the ocean floor looking floor its next meal. It likes to eat crunchy food like crabs or claims.
A giant squid lays approximately 30,000,000 eggs in a life time, but only 2 live to be adults. A giant squid can move anywhere its beak can fit
This siphonophore has a float and swimming bells. It's able to regulate its density by changing the amount of gas in its float. The float has a pore at the bottom that emits gas and can be refilled with secretions produced by a special gland.
abyssal zone questions
Why doesn’t light reach the abyssal zone?Is the abyssal the most highly populated and why?How many animals are in the abyssal zone, and how many are found?How do the creatures adjust to the darkness?How do the creatures get there food?What was invented that led to further study of the abyssal zone?
Name one fish that was recently discovered?What is the temperature of the abyssal zone?What is bioluminescence?What is salinity?The abyssal have high salinity or low salinity?What creatures are being hurt in the abyssal zone?What is salinity?What would happen if the food chain was disturbed?If you affect one zone of the ocean what will happen to the other zones?