What are they?
• A mermaid is a legendary aquatic creature with
the upper body of a female human.
• The word mermaid is derived from the OLD
ENGLISH i.e., mere (sea), and maid (a girl or
young woman with the tail of a fish).
Types of Mermaids
• Traditional Mermaids: Can live only in sea.
• Skin sheading mermaids: Can walk on land for
short periods of time.
• Shape Shifting Mermaids: Can change to the
human form at their wish.
• Merfolk Mermaids: Can live on both land and
• Power of destruction.
• Lure sailors to death.
• Lead ships to crash on rocks.
• Use weapons like Whale bone, Sharp
shells, Octopus ink darts, Shark teeth.
Caught on tape
appears and caught
by camera on a
rock at seaside area
Kiryat Yam of
Organs of Mermaids
• Amazingly, the body
parts of mermaids are
very similar to that of
Human Beings with
an exception that they
has tail instead of legs.
• Besides, the tail part is
exactly similar to that
Mermaids and Dolphins
• Mermaids live along with the families of
• They hunt the other fishes along with
• Fascinatingly, They both are Mammals.
Humans vs. Dolphins
• Individual dolphins communicate using a
variety of clicks, whistle-like sounds and
other vocalizations same as Humans.
• Surprisingly, dolphins live in groups that
they consider their family.
• When humans give birth to a child, it takes 9
months. When dolphins give birth to a
child, it takes 12 months. Just like a human
does, a dolphin breeds to its own child.
• The brain of a dolphin and the brain of a
human are very much alike. It is said to be
that dolphins are the only mammal to have
almost the same brain as us humans do.
• A dolphins emotions can affect their lifestyle
just like it can with us.
• Obviously, dolphins and humans are both
U.S. Navy Sonar Testing
• Whales and other marine mammals are
much more dependent on sound for
• The U.S. Navy recorded some Blooping
Sounds in the deeper seas that never had
• It raised several questions in the minds of