Sea animals are animals that live in the salt water of the sea or ocean.
Have fun while you are learning the names of sea animals. Whale, Shark, Octopus, Dolphin, …
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- 1 Sea Animals Vocabulary in English
- 1.1 Crab
- 1.2 Fish
- 1.3 Seal
- 1.4 Octopus
- 1.5 Shark
- 1.6 Seahorse
- 1.7 Walrus
- 1.8 Starfish
- 1.9 Whale
- 1.10 Penguin
- 1.11 Jellyfish
- 1.12 Squid
- 1.13 Lobster
- 1.14 Pelican
- 1.15 Shrimp
- 1.16 Oyster
- 1.17 Clams
- 1.18 Seagull
- 1.19 Dolphin
- 1.20 Shells
- 1.21 Sea urchin
- 1.22 Cormorant
- 1.23 Otter
- 1.24 Pelican
- 1.25 Sea anemone
- 1.26 Sea turtle
- 1.27 Sea lion
- 1.28 Coral
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Sea Animals Vocabulary in English
You can’t teach a crab how to walk straight.
Do you think fish can hear?
Seals eat fish.
I’ve never eaten a live octopus.
Sharks are good swimmers.
The seahorse was so beautiful that Peter was lost for words.
The walrus is now seldom seen, although in prehistoric times it was common.
That’s what a starfish looks like.
Have you ever seen a whale?
A penguin is a bird that cannot fly.
These creatures evolved from simpler organisms like jellyfish.
A squid has ten legs.
Pelicans have large beaks.
One of my favorite things to eat is shrimp.
Do you like oysters?
The clam burrows in the sand to a considerable depth.
Tom seems to enjoy just sitting on the dock and watching the seagulls.
Dolphins are really smart.
I found a beautiful shell on the shore.
Have you ever seen sea urchins?
The largest inland breeding site for cormorants in Wales is here.
Sea otters love to eat clams while swimming on their backs.
I saw a big pelican there.
A hermit crab carrying a sea anemone around on its shell.
Almost all Sea turtles have a long lifespan.
Biologists noted an increase in the number of sea lions off Brazil.
Coral reefs attract a variety of beautiful marine life.
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