The ocean ecosystem covers a large portion of the world's surface and is home to a great many plants and animals. It impacts the climate all over the earth and creates around 70 percent of the oxygen we breathe.

Ocean ecosystems are generally contained, in spite of the fact that they, similar to freshwater ecosystems, also include certain birds that chase for fish and insects near the ocean's surface. There are various sorts of ocean ecosystems:

Shallow water – Some little fish and coral just live in the shallow waters near land.

Deep water – Big and even colossal creatures can live somewhere down in the waters of the oceans. The absolute weirdest creatures on the planet live directly at the bottom of the ocean.

Warm water – Warmer waters, for example, those of the Pacific Ocean, contain the absolute most great and complicated ecosystems on the planet.

Cold water – Less various, cold waters still sustain moderately complex ecosystems. Plankton more often frame the base of the food chain, following by little fish that are either eaten by greater fish or by different creatures, for example, seals or penguins.

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Ocean ecosystems are among probably the most intriguing on the planet, particularly in warm waters such as those of the Pacific Ocean. This isn't least in light of the fact that around 75% of the Earth is covered by the sea, which indicates that there is loads of room for a wide range of different creatures to live and flourish. There are really three distinct sorts of oceanic ecosystems: shallow waters, deep waters and the deep ocean surface. In two of these the exceptionally base of the food chain is plankton, similarly for what it's worth in freshwater ecosystems.

These plankton and different plants that develop in the ocean near the surface are in charge of 40% of all photosynthesis that happens on Earth. From this there are herbivorous creatures that eat the plankton, for example, shrimp, that are then themselves as a rule eaten by greater creatures, especially fish. Intriguing, in the profound ocean, plankton can't exist since photosynthesis can't happen since light can't enter that far into the ocean's depths. Down in the most profound depths of the ocean, in this way, creatures have adjusted abnormally and are among the absolute most interest and the most unnerving and fascinating living creatures on Earth.