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Jellyfish are free-swimming creatures which are found in all the seas throughout the world.
The body of the halibut is long with powerful fins. They lie on the seabed on their left side with their eyes on the right side of the body.
Groupers live in tropical and temperate seas and some inhabit fresh water.
The great white shark has a large mouth, full of long, saw-edged teeth.
The elephant seal was named for its large snout that resembles an elephant’s trunk.
Electric rays are slow-moving and live partially buried in the sand or mud on the bottom of the sea.
Cowfish live at or near the bottom of warm, tropical waters all around the world.
The history of the coelacanth fish is quite amazing.
There are about 300 species of clownfish or damselfish.
Called “butterfly” for their small size, bright colors, and darting movements, these fish are thin-bodied with a round shape.
One of the most loved of the marine animals is the bottlenose dolphin because it is intelligent and social.
Angelfish are very popular in aquariums because of their shape and beautiful colors.
Barracuda are very good hunters, hunting and swimming in small schools.
It says in the Bible that God created the sea creatures on Day Five.
Known as the “king of the jungle,” the lion is a symbol of strength and is mentioned in the Bible at least 154 times.
The hippopotamus is the third heaviest animal in the world.
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