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They started their journey far out upstream against in the ocean. the river current Somehow the salmon manage to find the river they are to lay their eggs. looking for. Night and day they swim on. They eat nothing at all after getting into their river. Finally, they reach the waters where they came from. We don’t know how salmon can find their way on this long trip up the river. But we know what they do when they reach the end. At the bottom of the stream, the mother salmon digs a long hole with her Male sockeye salmon.

Some jellyfish feed on tiny animals and plants that their bodies catch as they drift through the water. Some jellyfish can be very dangerous to humans. Even a small sting from the jellyfish called sea wasps can cause death within a few minutes. It’s best just to look at jellyfish from a distance and not get too close. LEARN MORE! READ THESE ARTICLES… CORAL (VOLUME 11) • GREAT BARRIER REEF (VOLUME 7) OCEANS (VOLUME 1) Jellyfish sometimes sting swimmers who accidentally brush up against them in the water.

The largest coral reef in the world is the Great Barrier Reef near Australia. It is more than 1,250 miles long. SE A T GH RCH LI Which of the following statements are true about sponges? a) Sponges can be found mainly in the ocean. b) Sponges eat by straining the water around them. c) The sponges in your house probably came from the ocean. SPONGES a l ? y. K U O Y DID onges are spong S Not all sp lasslike skeletons. eg Some hav © Stephen Frink/Corbis © Royalty-Free/Corbis ponges are strange animals.

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