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Transcript of Killer Whales
Biotic & Abiotic features
live in all oceans
second widely spread animal
mostly found in the Arctic
migrate cause of the pack ice
group name is Pod
are an endangered species
is the largest kind of dolphin
world's largest predator
animal group is mammal
lives about 50-80 years
Here is a little sound clip of how killer whales communicate to each other
live in cold waters and warm waters
on top of the food chain
keep the ocean less populated
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Physical Feature and
male killer whales are the larger than females ones
body is shaped like a cylinder
face and tail is rounded
are black and white
it's flipper looks like the human hand
Community and Population
Thanks for watching
are also called Orcas
live more in captivity
orcas weigh up to six tons
have 40 to 50 teeth
eat about 500 pounds of food each day
are different types of pods
have special bonds in their pods
mother stays near the calf
will breach sometimes cause of itch
THANKS FOR WATCHING
fastest marine animal
killer whales can swim at speeds of up to 45 kph (28 mph), but probably only for a few seconds at a time.
agile and maneuverable in water
dive 100 meters, sometimes even more
breath by their blowhole