The Pacific Ocean
The blue whale, the Octopus Wolfi and species of seahorse live in the Pacific Ocean. Blue whales can swim from 330 to 1640 feet deep, while seahorses live near shallow waters from 300 feet or above in coral reefs. Some seahorses live in unexplored deeper waters.
The African Bush Elephant and the Cheetah live in regions of Africa. Cheetahs live in wide-range deserts with lots if sand, but elephants live in deserts with grass.