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  • 1. Lets Discover Together
    By Jessica Shortridge
  • 2. Dolphins
  • 3.
    • Dolphins are marine mammals closely related to whales and porpoises.
    • 4. Almost 40 species
    • 5. They are found worldwide, mostly in the shallower seas
    • 6. They are carnivores, mostly eating fish and squid
    • 7. Dolphins are social creatures living in pods of about a dozen.
    • 8. Dolphins love to play. They are known to ride waves, play with each other , and even other creatures.
  • Sea Turtles
  • 9.
    • Sea Turtles almost always are underwater, however they have a “anaerobic system of respiration.” This means that they breathe air but they can be under water for long periods of time.
    • 10. Depending on the Turtle the average life span is around 80
    • 11. Turtle go onto the beach to lay their eggs. They generally lay 50-200 eggs. The female will lay her eggs and then return to the sea leaving the eggs.
    • 12. Since all species of Turtles are listed as endangered there is great work being put into to protect these animals.
  • Killer Whale
  • 13.
    • Killer Whales can be found from the Arctic to the Tropical oceans
    • 14. They prefer high latitudes
    • 15. They eat anything from fish to sea lions.
    • 16. Killer Whales are also very social creatures with a family system.
    • 17. They are on the U. S. Endangered Species list
    • 18. Calves are born with a yellowish or orange tint that they grow out of.
    • 19. Killer Whales can be trained and often are.
  • 20.
    • The Beluga Whale is also known as the white whale
    • 21. They are found in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic Areas
    • 22. Males are larger than the female whales
    • 23. In adulthood the Beluga Whale is rarely mistaken for any other creature because of its all white body.
    • 24. They calves have a grayish tint.
    • 25. Beluga’s are very sociable
    • 26. Calves are dependent on their mother for about two years
    • 27. They are listed as “near threatened” because there is not a certain number of the Whales. There is also fear that if conservation efforts stop they will be Endangered.