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Killer Whale Prezi

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Nicole Remily

on 25 February 2013

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Appearance Hunting Activities Communication & Social live in groups called pods What is This? Appearance Reproduction Hunting Activites Communication & Social Teeth Eyes Jaw Pectoral Fins Dorsal Fin Fluke weighs up to 1200 lbs. be as long as 22 ft. all are black and white Whales Sharks Seals Squids Sea Otters Penguins Fish (Cod) Polar Bears use whistles and clicks use the sense of touch Reproduction Live At Home All Their Lives Sexually Mature between 15 and 21 50% Chance of Survival Conclusion All in All... Killer Whales Are At The Top Of The Food Chain Killer Whales Are Highly Intelligent Killer Whales Are Excellent Caregivers Killer Whales Are Built To Be Acceptable Hunters and Swimmers Don't Judge A Book By Its Cover Work Cited http://www.megrosoff.co.uk/2011/05/01/the-proust-questionaire/ Slide 2 Full Body Image: Slide 3 Killer Whale and Penguins: http://shutter.com/image/459 Seal: http://www.scienceblogs.com/zooillogix/2009/11/12/psychedelic-wadell-seals Penguin: Prezi-Google Images Shark: http://smartbeing.wordpress.com/2009/11/24/the-end-of-the-line-a-fishing-crisis/ Polar Bear Mother and Cub: Prezi-Google Images Humpback Whale: http://glordinary.wordpress.com/2012/02/24/the-humpback-whale/ Shark: http://naldzgraphic.net/inspriations/showcase-of-excellent-underwater-photography/ Squid: http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/baby%20squid Otters: http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photograpy/photo-of-the-day/british-otters-james/ Slide 4 Killer Whale Pod: http://www.alaska-in-pictures.com/pod-of-killer-whales/2664-pictures.htm Pair of Killer Whales: http://www.seaworld.org/animals-info/info-books/killer-whale/reproduction.htm Orca Brain vs. Human Brain: http://www.orca-live.net/card/card_11.html Kissing Orca Mother and Baby: http://www.thesharkguys.com/lists/top-7-killer-whale-attacks/ Slide 5 Shamu Mother and Baby: http://www.flickriver.com/photos/u2sockmonkey/654759519 Slide 6 Pretty Orca Pair: http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/orca-the-killer-whale/images/1632651/title/orcas-photos/ Shamu Jumping Pair: http://www.photohome.com/photos/animal-pictures/water/shamu-1.html Open Mouth Killer Whale: Prezi-Google Images Slide 1 Jumping Killer Whale: http://blogs.telography.co.uk/news/adrianmicheals/100027498/its-called-a-killer-whale-for-a-reason/ Info: http://orca.dolphins-world.com http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/info-books/killer-whale/index.htm Leon, Vikki. A Pod of Killer Whales: The Mysterious Life of the Intelligent Orca.N.p.: London Town, 2006. Print can swim at 30 mph Ears
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