Ocean food chain song. What’s the fastest shark? Sharks for kids

[Underwater noises and calming music] [Narrator speaking] Ah, looking out at the sea. I feel the oceans harmony. Sunlight glimmering on the water, and the sunlight is also important to the creatures who dwell in this ocean paradise. The phytoplankton microscopic to our eye, Harness the energy of the beautiful sunlight. The phytoplankton are dined upon by the zooplankton. The zooplankton are, in turn, eaten by the smaller fish, The smaller fish are eaten by the larger fish, like the tuna… [Shark comes in and music changes to disco] Tuna?! [Narrator] Yes the Tuna, [Music changes back] and also the smiling dolphin. [Shark] Tuna! Tuna! [Narrator] Yes, Tuna. [Shark] Tuna! Tuna! Yes, we've already said- [Shark interrupts] Tuna!! Tuna!! [Narrator] Who are you, anyway?! [Song starts] I'm a mako shark, Chomp chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain! A mako shark! Chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain.

There's a whole lot of stuff that I eat, But not a lot of stuff that eats me, I'm a mako shark! I'm a mako shark! I went out this morning looking for something to eat. I was swimming around the ocean looking for some seafood treats. Well a whole school of tune came swimming along So I opened my mouth and I sang this song: I'm a mako shark, chomp chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain. I'm a mako shark, chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain. There's a whole lot of stuff that I eat, but not a lot of stuff that eats me. I'm a mako shark! I'm the cheetah of the ocean I got the speed to track them down. At 45 miles per hour They've got no chance when I'm around. Like a 12 foot torpedo speeding through the seas, a thousand pounds of muscle, rows and rows of sharp teeth.

I'm a mako shark! Chomp chomp, and I'm at the top of the food chain. A mako shark! Chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain. There's a whole lot of stuff that I eat, but not a lot of stuff that eats me. I'm a mako shark! I'm a mako shark! I see one tuna, two tuna, three tuna, four, five tuna, six tuna, seven tuna more. Eight tuna, nine tuna, ten tuna, twelve. What happened to eleven? I ate it myself! [Guitar solo starts] Rawr! Lay it on me, guitar! Rawr! [Guitar solo ends] I eat the tuna fish, and the tuna fish eat a bunch of smaller fish. The smaller fish eat the tiny fish, each a link in the chain of food. Follow it back you're going to find, way back at the start of the line, phytoplankton and the other plant guys are getting it started with just sunlight! [Narrator speaks and music calms again] Ah, sunlight. In a peaceful sea, all of nature in perfect… uh-oh [back to song] I'm a mako shark! Chomp, chomp and I'm up at the top of the food chain.

I'm a mako shark! Chomp, and I'm up at the top of the food chain. There's a whole lot of stuff that I eat, But not a lot of stuff that eats me. I'm a mako shark! Yeah I'm a mako shark! I'm a mako shark! A mako shark! [Song ends] [Narrator] Ah, tuna. [Shark] Chomp.