Oh the blubber of the sea! Would you want one of these thrown at your face? It looks like something that would make an adorably squishy sound if it hit you. Manatees are actually found in shallow costal areas and rivers where they live and become the lawnmowers of the sea! Manatees are herbivores and eat almost ten percent their weight each day!
Grey percheseseses! Like peaches! Grey perch peaches! They enjoy eating lymph nods! Just kidding, they do enjoy eating worms, nymphs, small fish, larvae, and even their own small perch!
Neon tetras can live up to ten years in the wild and five in an aquarium if kept correctly! Way to go little fishies.
Bass! Bass actually learn from their mistakes. If a bass were to stab its friend and the friend was like “ouch, that hurt, my dude.” The other bass would be like “Oh okay, I won’t stab you again.”
Stingrays! Aka Flap flap sea pancakes! The largest species of Stingray can measure up to 6.5 feet in length and can weigh up to 790 pounds! Flap on my sea pancake!
Yes you may know this fish from The Little Mermaid, but in all reality they look nothing like our little lovable Flounder! Flounders actually change color depending on their emotional state. If a Flounder feels threatened, it’ll usually appear pale colored.
I love these! I think they’re adorable and I really want one. There’s over 200 species of Angler fish and they live in the Atlantic and Antarctic oceans. They live waaaaaaaaay far down.