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Lauras dolphin slide done Lauras dolphin slide done Presentation Transcript

  • dolphins By laura kilworth
  • Eating habits
  • Eating habits Dolphins are active they eat a range of squids,fishes and crustaceans
  • Eating habits Dolphins are active they eat a range of squids,fishes and crustaceans
  • lifeStyle
  • lifeStyle Bottlenose dolphins live in tropical waters world wide.
  • lifeStyle Bottlenose dolphins They are found live in tropical in waters world wide. temperatures 10 to 32 degrees
  • lifeStyle Bottlenose dolphins They are found live in tropical in waters world wide. temperatures 10 to 32 degrees
  • Life cycle Current scientific show that bottlenose bottlenose Dolphins live up dolphins in to 20 years. aquariams and marine mammal parks such as sea world they live longer than the wild
  • Signature Whistle
  • Signature Whistle
  • Signature Whistle A mother dolphin may whistle to her calf for her calf to start to identify its mother.
  • Signature Whistle A mother A bottlenose dolphin may Dolphin identifies whistle to her itself with a calf for her calf signature whistle. to start to identify its mother.
  • here are some photos
  • Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Dolphins Dolphins Dolphins
  • Bibliography http://www.earthtrust.org/wlcurric/dolphins.html http://www.defenders.org/wildlife_and_habitat/wildlife/ dolphin.php The wikipedia (google search)
  • I hoped you liked it. I did
  • I hoped you liked it. Thanks For Watching I did My Slide
  • I hoped you liked it. Thanks For Watching I did My Slide Kilworth. By Laura