Wednesday, 17 June 2020

Harbor dolphin

Life span - Their average life-span is 8–13 years. Habitat- The harbor porpoise lives in northern temperate and subarctic coastal and offshore waters. Eating habits- Harbor porpoise mainly eat schooling fish, like herring and mackerel. Occasionally, they will eat squid and octopus. Reproduction- Females become sexually mature at around 3 or 4 years. They are then able to give birth every year. Enemies- Harbor porpoise enemies are large sharks, orcas, and dolphins are potential predators of harbor porpoises. Special features- Harbor porpoises have a small, robust body with a short, blunt beak. Females are slightly larger than males.

Fact about Porpoise

Fact About Porpoise Porpoises are in the same family to dolphins, but the two of the animals are different. The porpoises have a mole that is their head. It connects to their navigation and helps them find their way in the ocean. Porpoises and dolphins have 7 different ways in their body. Porpoise doesn’t have long breaks like dolphins.Porpoises also have triangular dorsal fins Dolphins have curved, or hook shape fins. The exception is fin less porpoises They don't have fins at all. And dolphins have curved, and hook fins.The exception is finless porpoises.porpoises doesn’t have fins. And dolphins teeth are cone-shaped and porpoises teeth are spade-shaped. Porpoises are also shorter than dolphins. They grow to 5 to 6.6 feet ( 1.5. 2 meters ) and weigh 110 to 265. Harbor porpoises are found throughout the temperate coastal waters of the Northern Hemisphere. As their name suggests, they prefer the shallows, less than 500 feet deep, and are commonly seen in harbors and bays. They are also known to frequent inland waters, including rivers, estuaries, and tidal channels.

Thursday, 21 May 2020

Different types of Whales

Humpback whales are baleen whales. 

Rather then teeth, they have 270 to 400 fringed overlapping plates hanging down from each side of the upper 

Jaw, called Baleen plates.

Humpbacks mostly eat schooling fish like krills, anchovies, cod, sardines, mackerel, capelin and others. They prey to eat. 

Humpback whales live in North Africa, Africa, South Africa, Australia, Asia Europe, and Antarctica Ocean.

When it comes to the environment and the oceans ecosystem, whales  help regulate the flow of food by helping to maintain a stable ensuring that certain animal species do not overpopulate.

The Humpback whale’s most distinctive physical feature are their long pectoral fins. Which average one third of the whales total body length, to more than 5 feet, the longest appendages of any living animal on land or in the sea.

Orca. Transient killer whales prey on marine mammals and one of the humpback whales main predators. They attack calves and younger animals more frequently, and most Humpback whales have scars as a result of prior orca attacks including drag marks on their tails. 

The Humpback whale lives from 45 - 50 years.

Sunday, 17 May 2020



WALT: add adjectives to nouns

The hungry,white,ugly seagull dived.
Herrings for lunch.

The angry, purple snapper dived.
Limpets for lunch.

The hungry, mad dolphin dived.
Squid for lunch.

The slimy, black seal dived.
Shrimps for lunch.

The ginormous, blue whale dived.
Krill for lunch.

The Red, crunchy crab dived.


Thursday, 14 May 2020

Pentecost day

Petecost Day1)Crowds of Jews were in Jerusalem -  To celebrate an      ancient Jewish festival.
2) The feast was called Pentecost because it also meant fifty - and it is fifty days after passover.
3) The people came from all parts of - the Roman Empire.
4) The people thought the apostles - had drunk too much wine.
5) The apostles were filled with - with strength to carry on Jesus' work.
6)  The gifts of the Holy spirit filled them - the gifts of the Holy spirit.

The Holy Spirit comes - Pentecost - Bible For Kids - YouTube