Indian Ocean

By:Chase Cameron

Geographical Distribution

The geographical distribution of Indian ocean is southwest of India,northwest of austrailia,and east of south africa

Abiotic Factors in the Indian Ocean


3.salt water pressure

4.coral reefs'




Native Plants and Adaptions

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coral reefs can be deep in the water in indian ocean

Gorgonion coral reef

can be eaten by sharks

Native adaptions and animals

Cooperation and Competiton

  • The clownfish eats the plant
  • the great white shark eats the clownfish
  • sea snakes eats the turtle

Points of interest

  • Spas
  • Great honeymoon vacations
  • Beaches

Weather Report

The average precipitation in the month of june in 2015 was 200mm in the indian ocean.I would suggest bringing shorts,sunscreen,an umbrella(just in case it rains),and a fan because it gets really hot.On a hot summer day the average temperature is about 85-99 degrees

Threats and endangered species to the Indian Ocean

There are many bad weather cases that comes to the indian ocean.First,there are many tropical storms that comes through.Next,there are occasional typhoons that comes by.Then,the endangered species are bowhead whales and beluga whales.And there is no fear of climate change.


The indian ocean is important in many ways.First,Because it has beautiful endangered species.Next,the coral reefs are great.Then,the vacation resorts have good plants and adaptation that are beneficial for humans.Last, the animals are beutiful
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