Animals in Olinsh

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Animals in Olinsh

  1. 1. Aleksandr Olins 5.B form Riga Ostvald secondary school
  2. 2. Contect  Sharks  Queen triggerfish  Great hammerfish  Dolphins  Blue whales  Pictures
  3. 3. Sharks  There are more than 465 known species of sharks living in our oceans today. Sharks are an apex predator at or near the top of their marine food chains, and they regulate the populations of species below them.
  4. 4. Queen triggerfish  The deep-bodied queen triggerfish has suitably regal colouring; it is a flamboyant, and variable.Triggerfish are named after the spines situated on their backs. The first large spine can be erected and then locked into place by the second smaller spine which fits into a groove in the first spine.
  5. 5. Great hammerhead  The massive and well-known great hammerhead has the most distinctive hammer of its genus. It is particularly wide and virtually straight along the front edge, with just a small notch in the centre.
  6. 6. Dolphins  Dolphins are cetaceanmammals closely related to whales and porpoises. There are almost forty species of dolphin in 17 genera. They vary in size from 1.2 m and 40 kg (Maui's dolphin), up to 9.5 m ( and 10 tonnes.
  7. 7. Blue whales • The blue whale is the largest animal to have ever lived! • The heart of the blue whale is the size of a small car and can weigh up to 900 kg! • During the summer months, the blue whale can eat more than 4 tonnes of krill every day. • Individual blue whales can be identified by the mottled pattern on their skin.
  8. 8. Pictures of sea world
  9. 9. Thank you for your attention!!!

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