What is the name of the swimming sea slug with glowing skin, translucent wings, and feet as wings?
Sharks are frequently found with pilot fish. The pilot fish consumes scraps that the shark misses, therefore the shark is unfazed by it. Which of the following best describes how sharks and pilot fish interact?
What fish is the fastest in the world, swimming at up to 68 mph?
Which oceanic zone is a sperm whale in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean?
An ocean’s benthic zone is called___
where marine water encounters land
the deep region of a body of water
is the depth to which sunlight penetrates
the open ocean
Which of the following traits unites all invertebrate species?
They have no backbone
They are warm-blooded
They are symmetrical
They are herbivores
This massive sea creature can measure up to 40 feet long or more. What is the name of this massive creature of the deep that has the largest eye known in the animal kingdom?
When an amphibian reaches adulthood, almost all of them go through a considerable shift. What’s the name of this modification?
The only known organism in which the male bears children is a particular species of fish. This fish is what kind?
The male Darwin frogs are in charge of raising the eggs, tadpoles, and froglets through all stages of development. What makes their method of raising their offspring special?
They swallow them
They sing to them
They constantly spit on them to keep them wet
They sit on them
What is the name of the critically endangered fish that may reach lengths of over 6 feet and has a noticeable forehead bulge?
Which invertebrate is known to have a stomach that may leave the body while it is feeding and then rejoin after it is finished?
Why does a frog croak in the first place?
To attract insects that they then eat
To attract a mate
They sing to their young as part of parenting
To scare away predators
What is the name of the deep sea fish that carries on its forehead a glowing lure for food?
Which of these biomes, on average, creates organic matter (incorporates energy) the least?
What is the largest bony fish?
Great white shark
Which of the following best describes how a whale and the roundworms that dwell within its stomach interact?
Which of the following DOES NOT constitute a pufferfish defensive mechanism?
Short burst of speed
What is the name of the bottom-dwelling fish that utilizes its fins as legs and is predominantly found around the Galapagos Islands?
This marine animal is mostly found around the Hawaiian islands. What is the name of this little being with a light yellow transparent body?
Christmas Tree Worm
Flamingo Tongue Snail
Golden Lace Nudibranch