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Annamarie 2014

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  • 1. Annamarie Science Report Mr. Castrell’on May 2014
  • 2. INTRODUCTION  Its going to be about orcas and how they live like what's there diet, Habitat, Family life and Map of Range also on diet the orcas could find what ever they eat in the deep blue sea.
  • 3. INTERESTING FACTS  The thing that I think that is interesting about the orcas is that a female orca could only have one baby each winter also did you know orcas have a mound of the fat in there body.
  • 4.  Orcas eat great whites, seals, squids and octopus and krill also pingion and walrus.
  • 5. HABITAT  Orcas also live near the shore to catch there prey. All coastal waters of [54 and 75 *F] and they no longer live in South America and North America. Also they live near their prey close to the surface.
  • 6. MAP OF RANGE  Orcas almost live all over the world.
  • 7. FAMILY LIFE  Orcas hunt in groups could pods and a pod is a group of males or females well female orcas take her children and grandchildren to hunt.
  • 8. LIFE CYCLE  Orcas develop inside the mother. Female orcas mature at the age 15. They live up to 30 to 70 years old. calf juvenile adult
  • 9. ANATOMY
  • 10. MIGRATION  They migrate between Canada to South America and back.