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5 Science Chapter 5

algae water plants such as seaweed
Antarctica continent where most penguins live
aquifer underground place where water collects
atom smallest part of an element
barnacle invertebrate that cements itself to rock
bivalve mollusk having 2 matching shells joined by hinges
blenny the cleaner mimic fish
blubber layer of fat that keeps certain animals warm
coral polyp animal with an outer covering that forms reefs
crustacean invertebrate with a crust-like shell, a segmented body, & jointed legs, such as shrimp, lobsters, & crabs; a kind of shellfish
eared seals seals with small outer ears
ecology science that studies the complex relationships between living things & their surroundings
elephant seal largest pinniped
emperor penguin tallest of all penguins
intertidal zone one of various regions between the low-tide & high-tide lines where plants & animals are clustered together
molecule smallest part of a substance that still has all the qualities of that substance
mollusk soft-bodied invertebrate often having a protective shell (exoskeleton)
moray eel fish that looks like a snake
mother-of-pearl beautiful lining of clam & mussels shells
North Pole that walrus live near
oceanographer a scientist who studies the sea
oyster bivalve that forms pearl
parrotfish fish with teeth which are fused to form a beak
pinniped wing-footed animal
plankton tiny plants & animals that float in the upper regions of the ocean
pollution an uncleanness or impurity caused by waste materials or harmful chemicals
regenerate to regrow
rookery a colony, usually of birds
sea anenome colorful animal that looks like a flower
sea horse the fish that swims upright
sea otter sea animal that uses the tools
sea star sea animal that can regenerate cut off parts
stonefish most poisonous fish
tide systematic rise & fall of ocean water every 6 hours
univalve mollusk having a single shell
walrus pinniped which uses tusks as a fifth leg
wandering albatross largest of all flying birds
whelk a snail that eats mussels
wrasse fish that eats parasites off bigger fish
Created by: Mrs_CC