Planet Corona's sea life is filled with a variety of exotic colorful animals. Corona's ocean cover 80 per cent of the earth's surface. The vast size of the ocean allows for different sea animals to live and reproduce. Animals range from one-celled organisms to jellyfish, sea snails, fish, squids and sharks. Planet Corona's marine life has evolved over thousands of years. An incredible variety of living things reside in the ocean. Corona's sea animals eat plants microscopic organisms and one another. 
 
 
 

 
 

The Aqualica is one of the many kinds of tropical fish that live in the freshwater and saltwater habitats of the tropics. The Aqualica can be found in  the ocean and the ocean. Corona's tropical fish range in size from 2 to 22 inches in size. There are about 820 different types of tropical fish that live in Corona's oceans. Agualica and most tropical fish eat small shrimp, fish, sea plants and  different food that is thrown into the ocean from land. The Aqualica like many other fish bear live young in freshwater. Other tropical fish bear their their young in eggs in both freshwater and saltwater. 
 
 
 
 

 
 

Ojocabo is a rare and unsual looking species. Scientist believe that it took thousands of years to develop to its current form. Ojocabo are usually found in warm, deep and shallow water. They live in and around plant life. Ojocabo eat microscopic marine life. The Ojocabo vary in size from two inches to two feet. Its rotating eyes helps protect it from predators. In addition, Ojocabos four humps discharge a blinding fluid that enable it to escape from predators.  
 
 

 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

On planet Corona there is a wide variety of fishes. There are about 25,000 types of fish. Scientist beleive the earliest known fish existed about 600 thousand years ago. Early forms were small, measuring around a few inches in length. At one time the fish was the dominant creature of the marine life. Great diversity exists in the shape and size of fishes, ranging from the spagetti like Filo-wormy to the Humpbub. Fishes vary greatly in coloring as well, displaying a wide range of hues and patterns. Many fish have numerous gills and fins. This attribute that has evolved over thousands of years helps the fish be more agile. It makes them faster and deadly hunters. It also helps them get away from predators. The Humpbup, Tropipesci, Datosos and the Glowblow live in different oceans. These and other fishes  occupy almost every conceivable aquatic habitat. Water temperature range from -13 ° C - 120° F.  Water depth vary from 1ft. - 25,000 ft  A great number of fishes can be found in tropical waters, usually around Corona's blue reefs. Scientist belief that fish will continue to evolve to adapt to their environment. Fish play a very important role in Corona's ecosystem and have long provided valuaable resources to everyone.  
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 

The Warhead is a complex form of life. Beneath its shell like skin are beads or tentacles that form a colony. These tentacles are deadly easily paralizing and killing its prey. It will eat any small fish that is small enough to be easy prey. The Warhead can be found in groups of thirty. Its shell extends four inches above the surface and acts like a sail. In stormy weather, it can deflate its shell and sink beneath the water's surface. The Warhead body size can be 4-21 inches; tentacles usually group to 50 in.; and can reach as long as 170 in. 
 
 

 
 
  

The Jagmouth is found in the Videlia and Soleyi Ocean and its associated rivers. The Jagmouth date back about 680,000 years. They live in both fresh and salt water. The Jagmouth lays thousands of eggs which then take two years to fully develop. They can weigh up to 700 pounds and live 70 years. The Jagmouth feeds on shrimp, and worms. Larger Jagmouth feed on small fish. In many countries the Jagmouth is considered a delicasy. This has made commercial fishing dangerous to the Jagmouths population. Scientist and marine activist are currently working to stop the killing of thousands of Jagmouth.  
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