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   • abalone
   • abyssal zone
   • Actinopterygii (ray-finned fish)
   • Agnatha (jawless fish)
   • Asteroidea

   • baleen
   • barnacle
   • barrier reef
   • basking shark
   • bathyal zone
   • bathyscaphe
   • bathysphere
   • beach
   • beluga whale
   • benthos
   • bivalve
   • blowhole
   • blubber
   • blue whale
   • bottlenose dolphin
   • bowhead whale
   • brachiopod

   • Cephalochordata
   • cephalopod
   • cetacean
   • Chaetognatha
   • Chondrichthyes
   • clam
   • cnidarian
   • continental shelf
   • coral
   • crab
   • Cousteau, Jacques Yves (1910–1997)
   • crinoid
   • Crossopterygii
   • crustacean
   • Ctenophora (comb jellies)
   • cuttlefish

   • dinoflagellate
   • diving, deep-sea
   • diving bell
   • drowned coast

   • East Pacific Rise
   • echinoderm
   • Entoprocta
   • euphotic zone

   • fish
   • foraminifer

   • gastropod
   • Gulf Stream

   • Holostei
   • Holothuroidea
   • horseshoe crab
   • humpback whales and their songs
   • Humboldt current
   • hydrophone

   • icebreaker
   • iceberg
   • ice-sheet
   • island
   • island arc
   • isopod

   • jellyfish

   • Kuroshio current

   • lagoon
   • land bridge
   • littoral fauna
   • littoral zone
   • longshore drift

   • medusa
   • mollusc
   • mother-of-pearl

   • nautilus
   • nekton
   • nematode
   • Nemertea (ribbon worms)
   • Neopilina

   • ocean
   • ocean basin
   • ocean currents
   • ocean waves
   • oceanography
   • octopus
   • Ophuroidea (brittlestars)
   • Osteichthyes

   • Paedocypris
   • pearl
   • pelagic
   • Phoronida
   • Photocorynus spiniceps
   • phytoplankton
   • plankton
   • Polyplacophora (chitons)
   • Polypterus

   • radiolarian
   • raised beach
   • red tide
   • rorqual whale

   • Sargasso Sea
   • Schindleria brevipinguis
   • sea anemone
   • sea cucumber
   • sea fan
   • sea pen
   • sea urchin
   • seafloor
   • sei whale
   • Sipuncula
   • shark
   • sperm whale
   • sponge
   • squid

   • Teleostei
   • tsunami
   • tunicate
   • tusk shell

   • water cycle
   • whale shark

   • zooplankton

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