Category: How to draw ocean animals

Interesting facts about ocean animals
Nothing is as daring and adventurous as the ocean. Before you set sail, here is a realistic sea and ideas for your journey!

Water covers more than two-thirds of the Earth’s surface. But! More than 95% of them have yet to be discovered. In your next drawing add some things you think we haven’t discovered! Who knows what we will find? Children may be surprised to talk only to their mothers and fathers or even teenage siblings about how much knowledge can change in just a few years.
The largest known creature in the ocean is the blue whale weighing 150 tons and up to 75 feet long. The other side of the spectrum is small zooplankton, which have many of the same types as shrimp or worms. Scientists are still exploring the role these tiny creatures play in ocean life.
To find out what this looks like, study whales and plankton a little more and then try your best to find comparisons in your life. You may need a big tape AND a microscope for this.
Although it has all the water, the ocean is actually made up of many diverse and unique marine ecosystems. For example, tropical fish have vibrant colors, sponges, jellyfish and many tend to live together near the warm environment of coral reefs. This environment is very different from creatures like fangtooths or giant worms adapted to the dark, cold and harsh conditions of the deep sea.
Create your own ecosystem to see how the environment comes from!
Or alternatively, you can discover what it looks like in a real space. Designate parts of a home or room as different ecosystems and decorate them accordingly. A kelp forest (streamer) in one corner and anglerfish (glowing in the dark) in another!
Legends of marine creatures like the Leviathan or the Loch Ness monster have receded in history when they sometimes appeared on maps. That’s right, map don Just a simple collection of facts and figures. You can even make your own medieval map. Use apps or programs like Google Earth to learn about a new area and map out a part – but it has been completed until it features your own sea monster and scary story. !
Rainy day? Draw and dream and film to make sure you don’t get dry. Search for Nemo, Shark Story, Little Mermaid, Ponyo, and more all have beautiful marine life. How many types can you name? You can even make your own bingo card to check while you watch.