Sunday, May 4, 2014

The Deep-sea Animals

Organisms adapted to the conditions in which the animals live.  The morphology, behavior, and life history of a plant or animal species not only incorporate its adaptation, but reflect the historical  idiosyncrasies and limitations of its ancestors.

Ultimately these limitations of environment depend on the amount and availability of energy, and on the way in which this energy apportioned among such competing functions as reproduction, growth, feeding, and defense. All have special ways of surviving in their habitat and coexisting with neighbors.

Marine creatures have specific habitats. Getting to know where a certain subject likes to live, when it likes to feed, when and where it mates and all of the other routines of life under the sea.

To read more about Underwater creatures, visit: The Underwater Wonders 
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