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Orcas by bennett powell and Aarav Chowbey

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Bennett powell

on 19 December 2013

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Transcript of Orcas by bennett powell and Aarav Chowbey

Life cycle
What they eat
fun facts
Baby Orca
As the babies grow up they get heavier.

Females live longer than males. Females can live to be 90 years old and males live about 50 years.
The largest orca ever was 32 feet long and weighed 22,000 pounds.
Most females give one birth every ten years. Some females may give birth every three to five years.
Baby orcas are about 8 feet long.
When an orca is first born, its mother helps it swim to the surface for its first breath. Within a short time after it is born it can it can swim on its own.
With orcas camouflaged so well, there prey fish, penguins,seals,or even (gulp) Great white sharks are unlikely to see the orca heading their way.

Orca Attacks seal with wave
Orca tricks
orcas in the wild
orcas attacks seal
orca strikes again
Orcas: Bennett Powell and Aarav Chowbey
In this picture a baby orca is next to its mom.
Orcas live in oceans worldwide.
Orcas can eat over 500 lbs day!
1. Orcas use echolocation to hunt.
2.Orcas have some of the best hearing,even though there ears are about the size of a crayon tip.
Orcas always travel in big pods (groups)
averaging from 2 to 6 males or females.
They normally travel in a family.
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