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Table of contents Introduction Slide 1 What is a bottlenose dolphin?Slide 2 Where does a bottlenose dolphin live? Slide 3 and 4 Where is the bottlenose dolphins biome? Slide 3 What is the bottlenose dolphins habitat/home? Slide 4 What’ s eating you? Slide 5 and slide 6 How what do bottlenose dolphins eat? Slide 5 Witch animal/mammal eats bottlenose dolphins ? Slide 6 How are bottlenose dolphins adapted to there environment? Slide 7 Interesting Facts! Slide 8 Conclusion Slide 9 Bibliography Slide 10
Introduction “How would you like to learn about a bottlenose dolphin?” They are fun acrobatic animals. If you like dolphins, I bet you will love bottlenose dolphins! Bottlenose dolphins love to swim with humans. They are really friendly animals. These creatures love humans and are curious about them. Bottlenose dolphins perform in aquarium shows.
What is a bottlenose dolphin? If you ever wondered about a bottlenose dolphin, you’re in the right place! A bottlenose dolphin has a nose shaped like a bottle. Bottlenose dolphins are marine mammals. These animals are fun to swim with because you can ride them, and make them do tricks! Mothers can have only one calf at a time. A calf is a bottlenose dolphin’s baby. Bottlenose dolphin calves are dependent until they learn how to swim. A bottlenose dolphin can swim super fast!
Where do bottlenose dolphins live? Biome where are bottlenose dolphins found in How would you like to know where the bottlenose dolphin lives? The Pacific Ocean is where they originally live. Most bottlenose dolphins swim all over the Pacific Ocean. They are usually found in Northern Japan, California, and Chile. Bottlenose dolphins can also be found in the Mediterranean Sea, and in the Indian Ocean. Bottlenose dolphins enjoy wandering around the ocean.
Where do bottlenose dolphins live? Habitat and Home Can you believe that bottlenose dolphins don't really have a home? It's interesting, because bottlenose dolphins can live any where in the ocean. They don't live in any specific home. Bottlenose dolphins can be found in shallow waters close to the surface. These mammals prefer to live in the cooler waters. But, bottlenose dolphins can live in warm waters. They try to sh0w off when they perform in special ocean/aquarium shows.
What’s eating you? What do bottlenose dolphins eat? Did you know that bottlenose dolphins eat many different kinds of foods? Bottlenose dolphins eat all squid, fish, eels, and crustaceans. They don’t eat any plants. Mammals, like bottlenose dolphins eat all sea food. It’s awesome when bottlenose dolphins swim deep down, using their amazingly, sharp teeth to fight for prey. Bottlenose dolphins try to catch their prey really easily.
What’s eating you? What eats bottlenose dolphins? I wonder, what animals eat bottlenose dolphins. Let’s find out. The types of sharks that eat Bottlenose dolphins are dusky sharks, bull sharks, and tiger sharks. An orca whale also eats bottlenose dolphins. They try to swim super fast and get far away from their predators. That is one way to defend themselves. Some bottlenose dolphins live for a l0ng am0unt of time while others live for short amounts of time.
How are bottlenose dolphins adapted to their environment? Can you believe bottlenose dolphins get used to their environment so fast? Their fins are on their bodies. That’s what they use to swim with. They breathe through blowholes. Their blowholes are at the top of their heads. Bottlenose dolphins also need constant cool temperature. They have to adapt to many different things within their environment.
Interesting Facts Bottlenose dolphins have much more information. Here are s0me interesting facts. They can swim 20 miles an h0ur. They’re called bottlenose dolphins because their noses are shaped like bottles. Get it bottlenose dolphin? Bottlenose dolphin babies are called calves. They can wander off alone after they learn the important rules of the sea.
Conclusion Did you learn so much that you can’t remember some things? I listed some facts to go over them. In conclusion, bottlenose dolphins calves are dependent until they learn how to swim. One more time, mothers can only have 1 baby at a time. Only 1! Remember, that bottlenose dolphins are called marine mammals. Hope you liked my bottlenose dolphin PowerPoint!
Bibliography Here are some helpful websites I used to make this spectacular presentation! Books: Dolphins, By: Ron Hirschi and Dolphins and Sharks, By: Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Osborne. Magazine: Magazine: http://elibrary.bigchalk.com/libweb/k6/do/search Article: “Bottlenose Dolphins” Websites: http://seaworld.com http://yahookids.com http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/Animals/CreatureFeat ure/Bottlenose-dolphinhttp://seaworld.comhttp://yahookids.com http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/Animals/CreatureFeat ure/Bottlenose-dolphin