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the sea lions

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Transcript of the sea lions

FOOD BY ALEX
Dangers of a sea lion that sea lions can get tangled in a fishing net and painfuly die
Size of Sea-Lions
By Jessica
the sea lions
THE SEA LIONS
Alex
Species by Fionn
There are 5 different species of sea lions.
1 Steller sea lions.
2 Califoria sea lions.
3 New Zealand sea lions.
4 South American sea lions.
5 Australian sea lions.
Fionn
Jessica
Alfie
By Fionn, Jessica, Alex and Alfie
Predators
By Alfie Mason
The predators are sharks, killer whales and humans.
The largest type of sea-lion is
called "Stellers" which can weigh 1,000kg and be up to 10ft long.

On average, a male California sea-lion weighs 300kg and is 8ft long.
A female can weigh 100kg and is 6ft long.
Dangers
By Alfie
Mason
sea lions eat many things. they like lots of different fish
Habitat by Fionn
sea lions like rockey sandy beaches in South Alaska Mexico and Califoria

California sea lions are known for their intelligence.Playfulness, and noisy barking.
The top of a male's head often gets lighter in the color with age.

Descriptions
FUN FACTS BY JESSICA
Amale sea lion is called a bull.
A female sea lion is called a cow.
A baby sea lion is called a pup .
Sea lions can swim up to 22 miles per hour.
Life Cycle By Alfie
The first stage of a sea lion is the mating.
The second stage is breeding.
The third stage is pups.
The fouth stage is Juvenile.
The fith stage is Adulthood.
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