My Biome: The Indian Ocean
Reasons To Visit The Indian Ocean:
The Indian Ocean is on the Outskirts of Cape Town, SA
Longitude: 18°25.3932′ E
During the winter: Temperatures range from 72 to 73 °F.
** Great white Shark
** Blue Whale
** Green Turtle
** Sea Grass
** In the early 19th century the Indian Ocean was mostly dominated by the United Kingdom but Australia and India soon dominated as the British Empire declined in the region.
** The temperature of the Indian Ocean makes it difficult for phytoplankton to grow in most areas, which is required as a food source to support life in the ocean. This is one of the main reasons for the limited marine animal life in the Indian Ocean when compared to the world's other oceans.