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Ocean ecosystem

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Epipelagic Zone [Sunlight] This zone has the depth of about 200 meters (656 feet) below the ocean surface. Microscopic plants called phytoplanktons are present in this zone. Sunlight penetrates thi…

Epipelagic Zone [Sunlight] This zone has the depth of about 200 meters (656 feet) below the ocean surface. Microscopic plants called phytoplanktons are present in this zone. Sunlight penetrates thi…

Food chain on land start with plants and move up level by level. In the oceans, food chains also work in much the same way. Find out more!

Food chain on land start with plants and move up level by level. In the oceans, food chains also work in much the same way. Find out more!

FOOD WEBS-Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, these relationships are much more complex, and the term ‘food web’ more accurately shows the links between producers, consumers and decomposers

Feeding relationships are often shown as simple food chains – in reality, these relationships are much more complex, and the term ‘food web’ more accurately shows the links between producers, consumers and decomposers

5 - The ocean supports a great diversity of life and ecosystems. - Youth Programs - Youth Leaders Community - Ocean Wise - TIGed

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Layers of the Ocean, fun activity to learn about the layers of the ocean! Free printable to use! #freebies #freeprintables #ocean #teachmemommydotcom

Explore the layers of the ocean with this easy but fun activity and learn more about the ocean and its animals! Free printable resources available here!

Made this for my APES class. Feel free to use it if you're studying an intro to Marine Biology class or whatever!

Description Made this for my APES class. Feel free to use it if you're studying an intro to Marine Biology class or whatever!