1 edition of Guess what animal-ocean 2 found in the catalog.
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Just what is your authority for interpreting verses that may refer to it? Range: Pacific and Atlantic Oceans• It also has sharp claws, black tufts on its ears, and a long, bushy tail that it uses to wrap around tree branches.
It produces a faint glow that deceives its prey into thinking it to be light penetrating the water. Bats have a scary reputation, but this one is kind of adorable. Size: Length: 1 to 1. Diet: Green crabs, sea urchins, whelks, starfish, sea clams and large hermit crabs Teeth are what give the wolffish its ferocious appearance. Size: Height: 51 to 59 inches 130 to 150 cm ; Weight: 935 to 1,910 pounds 425 kg to 875 kg• It has venomous saliva that can spread infectious diseases, Chagas, in humans.
Scary feature: Pink, naked rat-like animal• Scary feature: Decaying flesh appearance• 7 to 2 ounces 19 to 57 g ; Wingspan: 5.
Scary feature: Nothing scary here except scary myths• But, there are still some pretty freaky ones! Diet: Adults don't eat, but larvae eat blood cells of its host This one really gets me. Range: Oceans around the world•
5m ; Weight: 44 pound 20kg• Diet: Blood of other fish Sometimes called lamprey eels, lampreys are fish known for their funnel-like mouths with which they use to latch onto other fish and suck their blood.
Range: Red Sea, Indian Ocean, off Australia and New Zealand• One of them went to hell.
Size: Height: 5 to 6 feet 1.