Deep Ocean. Sea Turtle. Sperm Whale. By Morgan W. and Jackson M. Location. Pacific Ocean.
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By Morgan W. and Jackson M.
Latitude & Longitude
The portion of the ocean that we studied is the Epipalegic zone. This zone is located about 200 meters below the surface. The different sections of the ocean are shown in the picture.
The sperm whale has adapted to it’s environment in many different ways. One way that it has adapted is by having a lining in the mouth that can filter out food from things that are not beneficial. The large mouth and ability to suck in water allows the whale to catch its small prey when it is so large. Travel in groups to avoid attack from predators such as sharks. They can adapt to changes in temperature depending on how hot r cold the water is.
Sea Turtles have adapted to the environment as well. Since the Sea Turtle babies are born on land and must crawl to the water, they are very susceptible to predators. Because of this, 100s of babies are born at a time. Also, Sea Turtles are very fast swimmers in order to escape from prey. The Shell provides protection from predatory fish.