Neritic Zone. By; Savannah Ezell, Alec Barzach , Hanna Tischer , Thomas Deal. Neritic Zone.
By; Savannah Ezell, Alec Barzach, Hanna Tischer, Thomas Deal
The Neritic Zone is a shallow environment sprawling with life. This zone can get to a depth of around 200 meters deep/ 100 fathoms. Its shallowness lets in an abundance amount of sunlight. The water temperature stays stable this allows many types of plant and animal species to thrive in the environment. Combined with estuaries these zones cause most of the worlds productivity in sea life.
Fathoms= 6 feet
Sea Star, Eel, Sea Turtle, Potato Grouper, Dolphins, Salmon, and Etc.
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