Marine Life

Marine life refers to the diverse collection of plants and animals that inhabit the world’s oceans and other saltwater bodies, from tiny microorganisms to large mammals like whales. They play important roles in maintaining the balance of the Earth’s ecosystems, and can be found in a variety of ecosystems such as coral reefs, kelp forests, and deep-sea communities. Marine species are also important for human use, such as food and medicine. It’s crucial to understand and protect marine life for the benefit of both marine species and human beings.