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Killer Whales

Killer Whales or "Orcas"
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Kenia Segura

on 31 May 2014

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Transcript of Killer Whales

Class
Killer Whales are classified as mammals. They give birth to live young and nourish them with milk. Another name for Killer Whales is "Orcas".
Adaptations
Killer Whales
Killer Whales are the largest of the Dolphin Family and are one of the most powerful predators
Killer Whales
By: Leanna Denson & Kenia Segura
Killer whales can swim up to 45 kph.
They swim in pods to hunt more effectively.
Killer Whales have a blow hole at the top of their heads for breathing.
Killer Whales use echolocation to locate other object around them.
Killer Whales are maneuverable and very agile in water.
Biome
Food Web
Autortoph :
Secondary Consumer
Orcinus Orca
Polar Region
Symbiotic Relationships

Predation: Killer Whales eat a variety of fish, including other mammals and Seabirds.
Killer Whales live in all the oceans of the world. They are the most widely distributed animal. They are mostly found in Arctic regions and areas of cold water and are active predators.
http://www.seaworld.org/animal-info/info-books/killer-whale/index.htm
Resources
http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/killer-whale/?source=A-to-Z
"orcas"
Classification: Killer Whale
Kingdom:
Animalia
Phylum:
Chordata
Class:
Mammalia
Order:
Cetacea
Family:
Delphinidae
Genus:
Orcinus
Species:
Orca
Orcinus Orca
Heterotroph/
Heterotroph/
Primary consumer
Heterotroph/
Tertiery Consumer
Food Chain
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