A is for abilities <ul><li>Whales have the ability to use echolocation while hunting and communicating with other whales. </li></ul>
B is for Bottle Nose Dolphin <ul><li>The Bottle Nose Dolphin is the toothed whale that is most seen in aquatic parts. </li></ul>http://static.desktopnexus.com/wallpapers/12759-bigthumbnail.jpg
C is for Calf <ul><li>Baby whales and dolphins are usually called calves. </li></ul>http://zooborns.typepad.com/photos/uncategorized/2008/10/14/baby_beluga2.jpg
E is for Eyes <ul><li>All whales and dolphins have a clear jelly like substance in their eyes to protect them from becoming eye lenses from becoming irritated. </li></ul>http://www.treehugger.com/20090304-life-sized-blue-whale-eye.jpg
F is for Fin Whale <ul><li>A Fin Whale is the second largest whale that feeds on small crabs and small pelagic fish. </li></ul>http://www.treehugger.com/20090304-life-sized-blue-whale-eye.jpg
J is for Jaws <ul><li>Dolphins and toothed whales use their powerful jaws to eat large fish and tough crabs or shell fish. </li></ul>
K is for Krill <ul><li>Krill is eaten by a whale’s broom-like bristles instead of teeth and is sucked not chewed. </li></ul>http://www.wbur.org/special/antarctica/photogallery/krill/images/3.jpg
L is for Lungs <ul><li>Whales and Dolphins are mammals, which means they have lungs to breathe through instead of gills. </li></ul>
O is for Ocean Canyons <ul><li>Most whales live in ocean canyons to keep away from dangerous predators such as sharks and whale hunters. </li></ul>http://www.whoi.edu/cms/images/oceanus/map_550_61871.gif
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