Type
Word Search
Description

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

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 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

Coral Reef Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

butterfly fish
sea horse
star fish
clown fish
waves
urchin
sponge
spiny lobster
shrimp
shark
scuba
salt dome
reef
polyp
parrotfish
octopus
moray eel
marine debris
manta ray
loggerhead turtle
jellyfish
current
crab
conch
brain coral
boat
barracuda
Algae

The Great Barrier Reef Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Bleaching
Algae
Island
Colorful
Beautiful
Waves
Plants
Huge
Australia
Reef
Coral
Fish

Ocean Life Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

puffin
pelican
penguin
jelly fish
squid
lobster
crab
octopus
manatee
whale
dolphin
cod
angelfish
stingray
eel
sharks
tuna
seagrass
red algae
kelp
phytoplankton
fish
algae
seaweed
coral

The beach Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Has lots of legs Octopus
Lots of water and waves Ocean
You can see it in the night sky Starfish
Slow and steady wins the race Turtle
Colourful plants in the ocean Coral
Watch out for a sting Stingray
Jaws Shark
Watch out for the gree gulp Algae
What's at the bottom Sand
Cold and hot Water
Beautiful collectibles Shells
They might be flat but their pretty smart Flathead
There's a puff Pufferfish
Large humpback Whale
Bottle nose Dolphin
Horse of the sea Seahorse
Water goes out and in Tide
Choppy Waves
Turning white Bleaching
Home in the ocean Reef

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

AUSTRALIA Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The only country that spans an entire continent. Australia
The plant that koalas like to eat, eucalyptus
Like humans, koalas have fingerprints
A group of ____________ is called a mob, court or troop. kangaroos
A baby kangaroo is called a joey
The ____________ more compact legs are built for agility in forested areas, whereas the kangaroos legs are built for speed. wallabys
These animals are sometimes called spiny anteaters, and with their unique muscle under their skin, they can move individual spines. echidna
They live in burrows and can run very fast, up to 25 miles per hour. wombat
Egg-laying mammals. Monotremes
Pouched mammals, young are born at an immature stage and grow inside the mother's pouch. Marsupials
Common mammals. Young are born at an advanced stage of development. Placentals
An animal that when it gets upset or excited, it will stamp its feet and show teeth, and their ears will turn red and they let out screams. Tasmanian Devil
The first people to live in Australia. Aborigines
"ankle biter" small child
Aboriginal wind instrument Didgeridoo
Second largest bird in the world Emu
Bird featured in a famous Australian song Kookaburra
A bird that has tail feathers that look like a musical instrument. Lyrebird
Australian term for barbecue Barbie
Most female ___________________ have a pouch for carrying babies. Marsupials
Koalas, Tasmanian devils and wombats have pouches that open toward the ______. Rear
A huge red rock which rises out of the Australian desert. It is the largest rock in the world and it is sacred to the native people living in the area. It has two names. One is Ayers Rock and the other name is _________ Uluru
The largest coral reef system in the world. Great Barrier Reef

Under the sea Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

plants
nemo
deep
dive
ocean
animal
birth
eggs
shell
water
sand dollar
lobster
octopus
starfish
seaweed
waves
crab
shrimp
squid
stingray
jellyfish
sea turtle
manatee
seal
puffer fish
shark
seahorse
eel
dolphin
whale
clown fish
fish
coral

School Camp Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

fish
bags
bathers
boats
bus
camp
casual
coral
dishes
dolphin
entertainment
holiday
music
ningaloo
ocean
pictures
pillow
reef
sand
shark
sleeping bag
Snorkeling
spaghetti
teachers
tents
towel
turtle
watching
water
whale