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australia
captain james cook
contenental islands
coral
great barrier reef
island
marinelife
mollusk
ocean
organisms
population
population of whales
reef
super contenent pangea

The Great Barrier Reef Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

australia
beautiful
brain coral
coral reef
dolphin
fish
greatbarrierreef
heart reef
huge
humpback whales
plants
space
travel
wave

All about Captain James Cook Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Island visited by James Cook in 1769 Tahiti
Land dubbed "The Friendly Islands" by James Cook Tonga
Island visited by James Cook in 1778 Kauai
Natives encountered by James Cook Maori
Name of James Cook's ship Endeavour
1770 landfall for James Cook BotanyBay
Country James Cook was born England
Deadly disease James Cook saved his crew from Scurvy
Age James Cook died Fifty
James Cook's wife's last name Batts
Month James Cook died February
James Cook's first landfall Australia
Place James Cook was killed KealakekuaBay
Month James Cook was born October
What navy did James Cook join? Royal
Reef James Cook's ship nearly sank on GreatBarrierReef
Number of voyages James Cook went on three
Fabled southern continent James Cook disproved TerraAustralis
What James Cook made the first accurate map of Pacific
King of Hawaii James Cook kidnapped Terreeoboo

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Word Search

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Description

salt
organ
cave
slaves
water
attack
oxygen
sciencefiction
coral
reef
ocean
pacific
south
rowboat
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escape
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shells
fiction
verne
jules
mask
sand
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secrets
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fighting
stealing
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guitar
turtle
monster
explosion
seaweed
seal
ned
sharks
squid
submarine
ship
aronnax
professor
treasure
nemo
captain

Marine Biology Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Algae
Antropod
Cetaceans
Coral
Crocodile
Dolphin
Dugong
Fish
Invertebrates
Manatee
Mollusk
Ocean
Pinnipeds
Plants
Porpoise
Reptiles
Sea Lion
Sea Turtle
Seal
Seaweed
Shark
Sirenians
Snail
Snake
Sponge
Star fish
Stingray
Walrus
Water
Whale

UNIT 4 Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

A large landmass that is smaller than a continent Subcontintent
The highest mountain on Earth Mount Everest
India's most important river Ganges River
A landform at the mouth of a river created by seiment deposits Delta
Created a fertile plain known as the Indus River Valley Indus River
Seasonal winds that bring either moist or dry air up from the Indian Ocean, causing heavy rains Monsoon
The world's highest mountain range Himalayas
The world's highest plateau, it is called the Roof of the World Plateau of Tibet
In Mongolia and known as worlds coldest desert Gobi
China's main population centers and farmlands North China Plain
Also known as the Yellow River that flows across northern China Huang He
Fertile, yellowish soil Loess
Asia's longest river and a major transportion route Chang Jiang
Japan's highest mountain Fuji
Includes both North Korea and South Korea Korean Peninsula
Large underwater earthquakes sometimes cause destructive waves Tsunami
A place where lots of fish and other seafood can be caught Fishery
A peninsula that extends from the Asian mainland an called the region Mainland Southeast Asia Indochina Peninsula
Anothe peninsula that extends from the Asian mainland that is called the Mainland Southeast Asia Malay Peninsula
A large group of islands Archipelago
Earth's second largest island New Guinea
Its Earth's third largest island Borneo
Most important river Mekong River
A coral reef parallel to the coast of Queensland, in NE Australia Great Barrier Reef
a reef composed mainly of coral and other organic matter of which parts have solidified into limestone Coral Reef
One of the original or earliest known inhabitants of a country or region Aborigines
A member of the native Polynesian population of New Zealand Maori
The back country or remote settlements Outback
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising the small Pacific islands N of the equator and E of the Philippines, whose main groups are the Mariana Islands, the Caroline Islands, and the Marshall Islands Micronesia
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising the island groups in the S Pacific NE of Australia Melanesia
One of the three principal divisions of Oceania, comprising those island groups in the Pacific lying E of Melanesia and Micronesia and extending from the Hawaiian Islands S to New Zealand Polynesia
A ring-shaped coral reef or a string of closely spaced small coral islands, enclosing or nearly enclosing a shallow lagoon Atoll
Any tract of land; region or district Territory
An ice sheet projecting into coastal waters so that the end floats Ice Shelf
A large floating mass of ice, detached from a glacier and carried out to sea Iceberg
A peninsula in Antarctica, S of South America Antarctic Peninsula
A high-latitude desert where the existing moisture is frozen in ice sheets and is thus unavailable for plant growth Polar Desert
A layer in the earth's atmosphere that protects living things from the harmful effects of the sun's ultraviolet rays Ozone Layer

ALL ABOUT AUSTRALIA Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

ABORIGINAL
ASIA
AUSTRALIA
BOTANY BAY
BRITIAN
BRITISH SHIPS
CENTURY
CLIMATE
COLD WAR
COLONIAL
COLONIZATION
COMMONWEALTH
CORAL SEA
CURRENCY
DUTCH
EMBARGO
EUCALYPTUS TREES
EUROPEANS
FLEET
GREAT BARRIER REEF
IMPACT
JAMES COOK
LANGUAGE
LITERACY
NATIONS
NATURAL RESOURCES
NAVIGATOR
NEW HOLLAND
OUTBACK
PLATYPUS
RELIGION
SEVENTEENTH
SOUTH WALES
SOUTHEAST
STANDARD OF LIVING
VICTORIAN DESERT
WOMBAT

Marine Ecosystem Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Known as nature soup, decomposed marsh grass Detritus
Plants that are adapted to grow, it is either floating on the surface or submerged in mud Hydrophyte
very simple plants that live in water; the size ranks from microscopic plankton to meters-long kelp Algae
poison produced by a living organism Toxin
Where freshwater and salt water meet (coastal area) Estuary
Under layer; something to hold on to or attach to Substrate
an animal that eats another animal for food Predator
Interaction of all living things in an area community
an alteration of adjustment by a species improves the relationship in the environment Adaptation
special blades on the bottom of the kelp above the hold fast that produce spores sporophylls
the top of the kelp forest where blades rest on the surface of the water canopy
a animal that eats plants herbivore
Forms an symbiotic relationship with corals zooxanthellae
a long coral reef near the shore (parallel to it) barrier reef
an island consisting of a circular coral reef surrounding a bay atoll
rise and fall of Earth's water on its coastline Tides
total amount of dissolved salts in a water sample Salinity
algae and animals that float in water which are carried by waves and the currents Plankton
a large stream of (waves) moving water the flows through the oceans Current
rotate between submergence and non submergence because of the tidal waves intertidal
organisms belonging to the animal kingdom. zooplankton

CORAL REEF Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

FRINGING
ATOLL
COLOURFUL
POLYPS
ORGANISMS
SPONGES
GREAT BARRIER
CALCIUM CARBONATE
REEF
CORAL

Australia's Great Barrier Reef Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Dory
Nemo
ecosystem
sea
ocean
sand
sunlight
turtle
natural
vibrant
beautiful
colour
seahorse
squid
shark
octopus
fish
shopping
snorkeling
swimming
columngraph
visitor
questionaire
primarydata
geography
tourism
coral
Queensland
Greatbarrierreef
Australia

Marine Life Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

barracuda
bottle nose dolphin
clam
clown fish
coral
crustaceon
electric eel
great white shark
hammerhead shark
killer whale
lobster
manta ray
narwhal
nurse shark
pink river dolphin
plankton
sea anemone
sea horse
sea otter
sea snake
sea turtle
sea urchin
seal
seaweed
shark
snakehead
sponge
sting ray
whale shark