Wood White Butterfly
Compass jellyfish are marine organisms that live in cold or temperate waters, relatively near the coast in continental shelf regions.
They are food for a number of marine animals such as large fish and turtles. They can protect the small fish from being eaten by predators with their stinging cells.
Currently, common octopuses are not considered endangered or threatened. They are found in every ocean of the world and along every coast of the United States.
Common Sea Star
They are most common on the coasts of North America and Europe but they have been spotted at the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans.
Moon Jellyfish have adapted to the changes in the temperature of the ocean. They have been able to develop toxins in their bodies to protect them from predators.
European Green Lizard