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Dolphins

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Jenna Neumaier

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of Dolphins

Similar to cows
2 stomachs
Same names
Dolphin Teeth
100 teeth
Cone-shaped
Born with all 100
Don't chew food
Blowholes
Use blowhole to:
Breathe
Make clicks and whistles
Keep from drowning
Dolphins
Dolphins
Dolphins are some of the most intelligent animals on the planet.
Member of Toothed Whale Family
Along with:
Killer whales
Pilot whales
Hunting
Carnivores
Eat fish, squid, and crustaceans
Hunt in groups
Surround fish and swim through
Use echolocation
Pods
Range from 2 to several hundred
Communicate with clicks and whistles
Teach one another
Display culture
Breathing
Hold breath for 20sec-30min
1/2 brain sleeps at a time
Don't have gills (mammals)
Agility
Can jump 30 feet
Can swim 25 mph
Swim fast for long distance
Swim with tail or fluke
Different Varieties
36 different species
4 Species live in rivers
Range from 4-25ft long
Range from 90-19,000lbs
Most common is bottlenose
Lifespan
Average lifespan is 17 years
Bottlenose can live 40 years
Orcas can live 70 to 80 years
Global warming hurts dolphins
Fishing nets kill many dolphins
Fun Facts
Don't smell good
Gives birth tail first
All dorsal fins are unique
Can dive up to 1,000 ft
Can be aggressive
Have very fast healing process
Works Cited
http://www.dolphinandcow.com/pics/01-dolphin-and-cow.jpg
http://d3819ii77zvwic.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/dolphins2.jpg
http://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/Images/large-species-photo/large-Orca-Whale-photo.jpg
http://robwiebe.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Dolphin-teeth.jpg
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/02464/dolphin-mackrel-su_2464190k.jpg
http://mdj.awana.org/wp-content/themes/mdj/style/images/dolphins.jpg
http://www.naturalvisions.co.uk/NV2UploadImages/Photographs/Standard/XMAM_0503_0001XX_L.JPG
http://blog.nj.com/ledgerupdates_impact/2008/12/large_dolphin%20vanhemmen.JPG
http://cache.graphicslib.viator.com/graphicslib/media/ec/dolphin-s-jumping-photo_1574124-770tall.jpg
http://brainpop.speedera.net/www.brainpop.com/topics/dolphins/screenshot2.png
http://media.tcpalm.com/media/img/photos/2008/06/20/dolphin2_t607.jpg
http://cdn.coastalcare.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/bottlenose-dolphin1.jpg
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