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Easter Hawks
Easter Hawks
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Easter Hawks

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The Hawks group have been learning to find information from the text, then write our own information in reports.

The Hawks group have been learning to find information from the text, then write our own information in reports.

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  • 1. Whales are mammals. Orca whales feed their babies milk. baby whales are called calves. Awhina
  • 2. Orca whales’ fins and tails are powerful. They are called flukes. Text Nezinli Orca whales eat seals and penguins and baby sharks too
  • 3. The Orca whale has a lot of teeth and they eat penguins, seals and dolphins. Some whales have no teeth and are called balleen whales. The whales with a lot of teeth are called Mele toothed whales.
  • 4. Whales live near cold areas like the North Pole and the South Pole. They live here because there is lots of food. The South Pole is called the Antartic. Samson

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