Top 10 Interesting Ocean Animal Adaptations

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish

The lion's mane jellyfish, also known as the giant jellyfish, arctic red jellyfish, or the hair jelly,

Blue Whale

The blue whale's long and slender body can be of various shades of greyish-blue dorsally and somewhat lighter underneath.

Sperm Whale

 the beautiful sperm whale happens to be the largest of the toothed whales and the largest toothed predator of all.

Whale Shark

Meet the largest fish in the sea, the beautiful whale shark. These majestic giants roam the oceans across the planet,

Basking Shark

The largest one on record measured in at over 40 feet — about the length of a school bus. And even more impressively,

Giant Squid

 the giant squid was filmed in its deep-sea home in 2012 by a group of scientists from Japan's National Science Museum.

Giant Pacific Octopus

Though typically reddish brown, the octopus can change its color when threatened or in need of camouflage.


  the deep dark water columns of the open ocean and rarely come to the surface, they are not often seen alive and healthy.

Ocean Sunfish

 "swimming head," the giant fish without a tail has been measured at 10.82 feet and an astonishing 5,070 pounds.

Japanese Spider Crab

the Japanese spider crab is an arthropod, from the same phylum that includes crustaceans, spiders, and insects.

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