Marvels of Creation: Sensational Sea Creatures

Marvels of Creation: Sensational Sea Creatures

Brings the world of the sea alive in a unique and colorful way with photographs, a page of facts and commentaries.


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      It says in the Bible that God created the sea creatures on Day Five.

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      Barracuda are very good hunters, hunting and swimming in small schools.

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      Angelfish are very popular in aquariums because of their shape and beautiful colors.

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      One of the most loved of the marine animals is the bottlenose dolphin because it is intelligent and social.

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      Called “butterfly” for their small size, bright colors, and darting movements, these fish are thin-bodied with a round shape.

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      There are about 300 species of clownfish or damselfish.

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      The history of the coelacanth fish is quite amazing.

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      Cowfish live at or near the bottom of warm, tropical waters all around the world.

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      Electric rays are slow-moving and live partially buried in the sand or mud on the bottom of the sea.

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      The elephant seal was named for its large snout that resembles an elephant’s trunk.

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      The great white shark has a large mouth, full of long, saw-edged teeth.

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      Groupers live in tropical and temperate seas and some inhabit fresh water.

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      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.

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      Jellyfish are free-swimming creatures which are found in all the seas throughout the world.

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      The killer whale is also known as the orca.

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      The lion fish is a member of the scorpion fish family.

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      The marine iguana is found only in the Galapagos Islands.

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      There are six species of nautilus found in the southwest Pacific.

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      One of the most interesting creatures God created is the octopus.

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      These beautifully colored fish live around the tropical reefs of the world.

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      The body of the porcupine fish is like an ordinary fish until it is alarmed.

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      There are six species of salmon that live in the North Pacific and one that lives in the North Atlantic.

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      There are 35 species of the strange-looking sea horse.

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      The sea otter is found along the coast of California, western Alaska, and also near islands north of Japan.

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      There are 50 species of sea snakes.

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      There are seven species of sea turtle, the largest and rarest being the leatherback.

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      There are 350 species of squid ranging in size from 1 inch (2.5 cm) to 60 feet (18 m) and over.

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      There are over 2,000 species of starfish found in all the seas. Most of these are found in shallow water, but a few do live in the deep seas.

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      The sturgeon is a large bluish-black fish that is very famous for providing caviar.

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      The triggerfish live mainly in the tropical coastal waters. Its name is derived from its unusual dorsal locking spine on its back.

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      Walrus appear to be timid and quite clumsy, but looks can be deceiving.

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      There are 250 species of snappers, with the largest number of them living in the warm Australian seas.

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      Learn about the anatomy of a fish.

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      The great variety of sea life clearly shows the creative genius of God.

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      Become familiar with words from this book that you do not understand.

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