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Ocean animals Word Search

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Blue marlin
Tuna
Coral
Sand dollar
Oyster
Sting are
Squid
Lobster
Tropical fish
Star fish
Seals
Otters
Shark
Clam
Shrimp
Octopus
Jellyfish
Whale
Dophin
Sea turtle

Ocean Life Word Search

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puffin
pelican
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jelly fish
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crab
octopus
manatee
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dolphin
cod
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eel
sharks
tuna
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red algae
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phytoplankton
fish
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seaweed
coral

Sea Animals Word Search

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anglerfish
barracuda
blue marlin
bull shark
clownfish
coral
crab
cuttlefish
dolphin
emperor shrimp
flounder
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great white shark
halibut
hump back whale
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killer whale
manta ray
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narwhal
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pink salmon
sea anemone
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MY OCEAN WONDERS WORD SEARCH!

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clam
coralreef
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fish
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octopus
oyster
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water
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Aquarium Word Search

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Alligator
Ballonfish
Barnacle
Barracuda
Bass
Bluefish
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Bullfrog
Carp
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Finwhale
Fish
Flounder
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Frog
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Goosefish
Hammerhead
Hermitcrab
Herring
Hornshark

Marine Mammal Crossword Puzzle

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Manatees and dugongs belong to this order SIRENIA
Marine mammals, birds, and reptiles are all included in this phylum CHORDATA
Sea Lions can be distinguished from seals by the presence of what? EXTERNALEARS
The sticky material found in the gut of sperm whales derived from squid beaks and other undigested proteins AMBERGRIS
The black and white pattern on the Orca Whale is called this COUNTERSHADING
Sea otters live here KELPFOREST
This whale is the largest toothed whale SPERMWHALE
Dolphins use a series of clicks created by pushing air through the melon and internal passages. What is this type of communication called? ECHOLOCATION
Sea otters belong to this order CARNIVORA
What are a majority of manatee deaths due to in the US? BOATINGACCIDENTS
These are the largest organisms to ever have lived BALEENWHALES
The sea lions, true seals, and walrus all belong to this order PINNIPEDIA
A mating ritual for humpback whales is an intricate what? SONG
This is the order that whales belong to CETACEA
Whales share a common ancestor with these UNGULATES

Ocean Creatures Word Search

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dank
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seahorse
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starfish
coogee
seaweed
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eel
shark
lobster
Dolphin

Invertebrate or Vertebrate Word Search

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cat
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worms
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insect

sea creature Word Search

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Albatross

Whaly
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Oceans Skyenimals
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Gar
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Fish
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Dolphin
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Clam
Chimaera
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Blackdevil
Bigeyes
Auk
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Angelfish

Under the Sea Word Search

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ocean
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