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Killer Whales By: Jaylan Hewitt
Introduction Imagine that you were in a boat that sailed to the arctic ocean. Suddenly, something bumps you. You look down, you see a Killer Whale.
Killer Whale Territory All whales live in pods. Killer Whales have the most whales in their pod Killer Whales live in the pod. Killer Whales love the cold water, that’s why they live in the coast line of the U.S.A. There are lots of killer whales in the oceans.
Killer Whale Frenzy All whales eat tons of food. Killer Whales eat many things like polar bears, penguins and seals. Killer Whales even eat other whales! They can almost eat a human!
Killer Whale Calves All whales have babies, of course. Killer Whale calves are enormous. They can be as big as 8 feet 10 inches long and weigh 300 pounds! Baby killer whales are called calves. They live with there mom until they are old.
Killer, Killer Facts Killer Whales can be called the Orinus Orca. Killer Whales are powerful hunters because they eat lots of food. Did you know Killer Whales are endangered because they are hunted for oil and blubber?
That’s a wrap That ends our story about Killer Whales. Can you believe we endangered these beautiful mammals? I can’t believe we endangered these beautiful mammals.
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