Sharks and dolphins 1

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Sharks and dolphins 1

  1. 1. FIRST PART / 6 th OF PRIMARY EDUCATION
  2. 3. - SHARK - DOLPHIN - SEA - FISH - COLD BLOODED - SKIN - SHARP - TAIL - SIDE TO SIDE - FIN
  3. 4. - MAMMAL - WARM BLOODED - SOFT - STRONG - UP - DOWN - BACK
  4. 5. THEY BOTH LIVE IN THE SEA SHARKS ARE FISH DOLPHINS ARE MAMMALS THEY HAVE GOT A STRONG TAIL SHARKS MOVE FROM SIDE TO SIDE DOLPHINS MOVE IT UP AND DOWN THEY ARE COLD BLOODED THEY ARE WARM BLOODED SKIN SHARKS: SHARP DOLPHINS: SOFT FINS ON BACK MANY SHARKS HAVE TWO ALMOST ALL DOLPHINS HAVE ONE
  5. 6. - TYPE - BIG / BIGGEST - SMALL / SMALLEST - SEA - RIVER . METRE (ER) - CENTIMETRE (ER)
  6. 8. - OXYGEN - TO BREATHE - NOSE - GILLS
  7. 9. - AIR - HOLE - BLOW HOLE - TO BLOW
  8. 10. - FISH - CRAB - PRAWN - SEAL - DOLPHIN - SHARK - TOOTH / TEETH - TO FALL OUT - TO GROW - PLACE
  9. 11. - FISH - SQUID - WHOLE - BOTTLENOSE - TO CHEW
  10. 12. TYPES THEY CAN SWIM IN THE SEA AND SOME CAN SWIM IN RIVERS SHARKS: 340 DOLPHINS: 57 THEY BOTH BREATHE OXYGEN SHARKS BREATHE WATER DOLPHINS BREATHE AIR GILLS BLOWHOLE WHAT THEY EAT? DOLPHINS: FISH AND SQUID SHARKS: FISH, CRABS, PRAWNS, SEALS, DOLPHINS AND SMALLER SHARKS
  11. 13. - TO HUNT - HUNTER - TO HEAR - TO SEE - TO SMELL - TINY BIT - BLOOD - TO FEEL - VIBRATIONS
  12. 14. - SOUND - NOISE - ECHO
  13. 15. - TOGETHER - SOCIABLE - SOLITARY - TO LIVE - GROUP - OWN - FAMILY GROUP - ADULT - TO PROTECT - YOUNG - WEAK - COMMUNICATE - EACH - OTHER
  14. 16. THEY BOTH ARE EXCELLENT HUNTERS SHARKS CAN HEAR, SEE AND SMELL VERY WELL DOLPHINS CAN HEAR AND SEE VERY WELL SHARKS CAN FEEL VIBRATIONS DOLPHINS CAN LISTEN TO THE ECHO OF THEIR SOUNDS SHARKS ARE SOLITARY ANIMALS DOLPHINS ARE SOCIABLE ANIMALS THEY LIVE AND HUNT ON THEIR OWN THEY LIVE IN FAMILY GROUPS ADULTS PROTECT THE YOUNG AND WEAK DOLPHINS THEY CAN COMMUNICATE
  15. 17. - TO ATTACK - TO KILL - DANGER - HUMAN - TO POLLUTE - CHEMICALS - RUBBISH
  16. 18. - FRIEND - ENEMY - DANGEROUS - BIOLOGIST - MARINE PARK - INTELLIGENT - TO FEED
  17. 19. ACTIVITIES

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