North Pacific Ocean animal life


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Some of the animals who live in the North Pacific Ocean include:

Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans)Read more.
Red-eared Slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) Identification: Greenish or brown carapace marked with yellow and black [...] Read more.
Arnoux’s Beaked Whale (Berardius arnuxii)Read more.
  Baird’s beaked whales, sometimes called “giant bottlenose whales,” are the largest members of the [...] Read more.
What is the largest seal?Read more.
Northern elephant seals are the largest phocid, or “true” seal, in the Northern Hemisphere. Fully [...] Read more.
Greenland shark lays claim to world’s oldest animalRead more.
By Scott A. Rowan If a report published last week in “Science” magazine is correct, [...] Read more.
What is the largest seal?Read more.
The largest seal in the world tips the scales at more than 8,800 pounds (4,000 [...] Read more.
Do sea stars have eyes on their limbs?Read more.
By Angelica Romero Blancas While sea stars do have an eye at the end of [...] Read more.
What is plankton?Read more.
  The group of small animal and plant organisms float or drift in massive numbers in fresh [...] Read more.
What is the largest animal ever?Read more.
Weighing more than 330,000 pounds (150,000 kg) and measuring more than 100 feet (30 m), [...] Read more.
Where do vaquitas live?Read more.
By Amber Friend Vaquitas can be found in the shallow, murky ocean waters of the [...] Read more.
What is “spyhopping”?Read more.
Spyhopping is when whales and dolphins raise their heads vertically out of the water. Likened [...] Read more.