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Shortfin Mako Shark Isurus oxyrinchus
Shortfin mako sharks are speed demons. They can swim up to 45 miles per hour.
Oceanic Whitetip Shark Carcharhinus longimanus
Oceanic whitetip sharks are top predators that love the wide-open ocean. They are recognized by their white-tipped fins.
Lemon Shark Negaprion brevirostris
When life gives you a lemon shark … celebrate! Lemon sharks get their name from their yellow-ish hue that allows them to blend into the ocean’s sandy bottom.
Hawksbill Sea Turtle Eretmochelys imbricate
Hawksbill sea turtles are known for their spectacularly-colored shells. Learn more about ocean wildlife with these factsheets.
Olive Ridley Sea Turtle Lepidochelys olivacea
Like their cousins, the Kemp’s ridley, Olive ridley sea turtles are relatively small sea turtles. They can grow up to 2.5 feet and weigh about 100 pounds.
Seahorse Genus Hippocampus
Seahorses are actually fish and they swim upright. Seahorses are generally small and range from about the size of a thumbnail to more than a foot long.
Giant Pacific Octopus Enteroctopus dofleini
Giant Pacific octopuses are cephalopods (meaning “head-foot”) and are related to squid and cuttlefish.
Humpback whale Megaptera novaeangliae
Humpback whales communicate through their iconic “songs.” Their songs are longer and more intricate than any others in the animal kingdom.
Green Sea Turtle Chelonia mydas
Green sea turtles need to be close to the sun to stay warm, you can find them swimming in shallow waters near the surface or laying on land.
Ringed Seal Pusa hispida
Ringed seals are the smallest seal species. Their name was given due to the light-colored circular patterns that appear on their backs.
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