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3rd Grade Science Research Report on Orcas. …

3rd Grade Science Research Report on Orcas.
June 2013

Mr. Castrellon's 3rd Grade, Vista del Valle D.L.A., LAUSD

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  • 1. By Alan C.Mr. Castrellón3rd Grade Room 207Science ReportJune 2013
  • 2. HABITAT Orcas live in the oceans. They mostly live in the icywaters around the North or South poles.
  • 3. DIET Orcas are hunters. But they do not attack people.Orcas eat mainly fish, seals, squids and penguins.They also eat dolphins, whales and porpoises.
  • 4. ANATOMY The orca is black and white. It hasa dorsal fin on its back and a blowhole,melon, pair of eyes and a mouth. It alsohas a pair of flippers.and flukes.
  • 5. GENERAL INFORMATION &INTRESTIE INFO Orcas are black with white marking . It has a dorsalfin, flukes, melon, flipper (pectoral fin), blowhole,mouth and a pair of eyes. Males are called bulls andfemales are called cows and the baby is called a calf. Killer whales are also called orcas. It has a white patch near each pair of eyes. A adult could measure from 19 to 27 feet and 6 to 8meters. Orcas feed on fish, squids, dolphins, porpoises, sealsand whales.
  • 6. ART & PORETY Meet the orcaBlack and whiteNot a penguinBut an orca.Lives in the oceansEchoes though theWater.Orcas are so big, biggerThan a greatWhite shark.Orcas are so niceTo look at whyDon’t you see oneIn real life.By Alan
  • 7. ORCA IN LITERATURE These books are about orca in literature.
  • 8. BIBLIOGRAPHY Book ListStorehouse, Bernard. Killer WhalesSimon, Seymour. Whales Internet ArticlesOrca. Wikipedia

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