The marine biome is the largest of all the biomes in the world.
The marine biome is divided into three ecosystems- Oceans, coral reefs and estuaries.
90% of the world’s volcanic activity occurs in the marine biome.
The marine biome is home to over 200,000 species of organisms, while thousands are still waiting to be discovered.
Many scientists believe life originated in the marine biome around 3.8 to 4 billion years ago.
Majority of the earth’s oxygen comes from the oceans.
The longest mountain range in the world is 90% underwater.
Over the centuries, many ships have sunk in the oceans and seas, taking with them various treasures such as paintings, gold, silver.
Marine ecosystem has a complex food web.
Climate change, pollution and plastics are major threats to the marine biome.