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Whales and dolphins

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  • 1. Whales and Dolphins By Arik Sherrill
  • 2. Does a dolphin have a belly button?
    • Yes , because that’s where the cord connects to the mother dolphin.
  • 3. Are dolphins mammals?
    • Yes , because they have lungs ,hair ,and they also give live birth.
  • 4. Are dolphins gentle?
    • The whole group called common dolphins are playful & friendly creatures. They let children pat them.
  • 5. How are whale babies born , head first or tail first?
    • They are born either way.
  • 6. How do whales communicate?
    • They use whistling sounds , click when they want to find an object , and move their heads when they want to scold their young.
  • 7. Do dolphins have milk for their babies to drink?
    • Yes , they nurse their babies for the first month , then they teach their babies where to find food.
  • 8. Resources I Used
    • Dolphin Talk by Wendy Pfeffer
    • http://library.thinkquest.org/J002260F/whalesbabies.htm
    • www.Answers.yahoo.com
    • www.cs.ucf.edu/~Midlink/whale.html
    • www.eurekalert.org
    • WHALES: friendly dolphins and mighty giants of the sea by Jane Watson

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