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  • Cute little Dolphins
    By: S.A
  • Table of Contents
    Chapter 1: Introduction
    Chapter 2: What is a Dolphin?
    Chapter 3: Baby Dolphins
    Chapter 4: What do Dolphins eat?
    Chapter 5: How do Dolphins use their senses
    Chapter 6: What does a Dolphin look like?
    Chapter 7: A Dolphin Poem
    Chapter 8: Dolphin Fun Facts
  • Introduction
    This presentation is
    about dolphins. What do you think of
    dolphins? Well if
    you enjoy dolphins
    just like I do you will enjoy this
    slideshow because it
    will teach you
    everything you need
    to know about
    dolphins and way more.
    so enjoy!
  • What is a dolphin?
    A dolphin is a
    mammal. It can
    swim 5-12
    Kilometers per
    hour. It is also
    a warm blooded mammal. Dolphins can
    stay up to 15 minutes under water.
  • Baby Dolphins
    This is a baby dolphin
    swimming with her
    mom and learning
    the basic steps of
    growing up and
    becoming an
    adult dolphin. She is
    observing everything
    her mother does to
    find food and survive
    from a prey.
  • What do dolphins eat?
    Dolphins eat many
    kinds of fish. Some
    dolphins eat squids.
    Some dolphins also
    like to to eat seals
    and sea lions. And some big dolphins even
    eat killer whales.
  • How dolphins use their senses?
    Dolphins use their senses to stay safe and to be ready to run away from a shark or from a whale 1 mile away. Also dolphins use their senses to find food and warn other dolphins from danger.
    P.S.
    These dolphins just survived
    from running away from a
    shark.
  • WHATdoes a dolphin look like?
  • A dolphin poem
    Their blue and bright in every sight
    They love the light that shines so
    bright
    They make me dream at night
    They make me think I’ am right to have them sleep next to me tonight.
  • Dolphin Fun Facts
    Dolphins are mammals
    Dolphins are social beings.
    Dolphins are warm blooded
    Dolphins are Cetacenas
    Dolphins communicate efficiently
    Dolphins can swim up to 260m. Below the surface of the ocean.
    Baby dolphins come out from their mothers tail