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  • 1. Whales
    By S.B.
  • 2. Table Of CONTENTS
    Chapter 1: Introduction
    Chapter 2: What is a whale?
    Chapter 3: Where does a whale live?
    Chapter 4: What does a whale eat?
    Chapter 5: Predators of a whale
    Chapter 6: Diagram of the outside of a whale
    Chapter 7: Kinds of whales
    Chapter 8: Interesting facts about whale
  • 3. Introduction
    In this presentation you will learn about whales. For example: What are whales and what does whale eat. I hope you like my presentation.
  • 4. What is a whale?
    A whale is a mammal. The whale is the largest mammal in the world.
  • 5. Where does a whale live?
    A whale lives in the north Atlantic oceans and north Pacific oceans. They migrate to warmer oceans in the winter seasons.
  • 6. What does a whale eat?
    A whale eats krill and shrimp and seabirds
  • 7. Predators of a whale
    Whales predator is a human. Because hunting also because of boats hitting whales
  • 8. Diagram of a out side of a whale
  • 9. Kinds of whales
    Kinds of whales are: blue whale, humpback whale, beluga whale, orca whale, fin whale, sperm whale, gray whale
  • 10. Interesting facts about whales
    There are over 80 species of whales
    There are two groups of whales
    Whales rest one-half of their brain at a time when they sleep
    Whales have excellent hearing
    Whales give birth to one calf at a time