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Killer Whale

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Hannah Gervais

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Transcript of Killer Whale

Killer Whale
By: Hannah Gervais
aka: Orcinus Orca

Stakeholders
NOAA Fisheries(national oceanic atmospheric administration)
Seattle Aquarium
Puget Sound Partnership
Oil Companies
Whale Watching Companies
And much more
Current Laws
Forbids vessels from parking or intercepting Killer Whales in there path
requires vessels to stay at least 200 yards away from the Killer Whale
Positive Human Impact
They could make a law where they couldn't drill for oil by the water
They could also make a law against fishing in certain places
Negative Human Impact
more boat traffic
whale watchers causing too much noise
possibility of major oil spill in the Georgia Basin

Appearance
The Killer Whale is black with white spots.


Food Web
They hunt other Whales, Dolphins, Turtles, Chinook salmon, Squid, Sharks, and other fish
mostly live in Arctic, Antarctic, and places with rich cold water
mostly live in areas with less than 200m deep
lives with Chinook salmon, Turtles, Sharks,Squids, and much more
habitat
www.wikipedia.org
sources
Book: Oceans By: Fran Howard
website: Marinebio.org
Article: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Annual Report
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