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  1. Animal Report by Nick Carlozzi

  2. Introduction • Did you know sea loins don’t need to drink water-they get all the water they need from the food they eat. Sea loins don’t eat very much. They eat fish, squid, crabs, and clams. If you want to learn more, keep reading!

  3. Habitat • Here are some more facts about the sea lion. Location south as Baja California and islands of the coast of California. Temperature 77 F (25 C). The sea lion is a interesting animal even though it is endangered, it lives very well. It is warm blooded. The nails are inside the flippers. I hoped you liked it.

  4. Body Parts Here are some good facts about the Sea Lion. The color of a sea lions skin is black, brown, and gray. It has little teeth and a pointed snout. It is really big. The body parts are wing-like flippers, ears, dark eyes, and closable nostrils. A sea lion weighs 440 to 2,000 pounds. 6 to 11ft. 200 to 1,000 pounds. 110 to 600 pounds. Those were some facts about the sea lion.

  5. Food and Nutrition • Here are some interesting facts about Food and Nutrition. Sea Lions eat fish such as capelin, squid, pompano, herring, crabs, clams, penguins, krill, octopus, rockfish, pollock, cod, salmon, crustanceans, mussels, anchovy, whitning, opaleye, mackerel and lobster. It catches the prey by sneaking up on it and catches it really, really fast. It eats 15 and 25kg. They eat every day. Those were some Food and Nutrition facts.

  6. Life Cycle • The life cycle of a sea lion. A sea lion is a incomplete metamorphosis. All it does is get bigger and bigger. It is a live birth. When it is born it starts out as a pup. It is born on a beach. The pup looks like the mom but smaller. A sea lion can live up to 30 years. After 5 weeks the sea lion can go into the water. If you want to learn more keep reading!!!

  7. Enemies and Survival • Here are some more facts about the sea lion. The enemies of the sea lion killer whales, fisher man, and sharks. Shapes of their bodies of the two main families adaptations to there different methods of swimming. How they survive they escape in deep water, they swim away, and they hide in special places. Those where some more facts about the sea lion.

  8. Interesting facts • The most interesting facts about the sea lion. Sea lions eat more then you think. Sea lions eat over 10 tips of fish. Sea lions don’t eat as much a day. Every time sea lions eat. They get water. Sea lions flippers are very important because that is how it survives. It uses it flippers to swim away from its predators. The sea lion is a interesting animal even though it is endangered animal. The sea lion weighs 200 to 1,000 pounds. Those are some interesting facts about the sea lion.

  9. Closing Paragraph • The important thing about the sea lion is its teeth because the sea lions teeth is the strongest body part of the sea lion. That is how it kills its prey. The most important thing is the sea lion the sea lion is a incomplete metamorphosis, and the sea lion is a mammal, and the sea lion is a live birth. Another is the sea lion eats capelin, squid, pompano, herring, octopus, rockfish, Pollock, cod, salmon, crabs, clams, penguins, crustaceans, mussels, anchovy, whitening, mackerel, lobster, and krill. How to find them in south of Baja California and islands off the coast of California. Their main enemies are the killer whales fisher man and sometimes even humans. Thank you for reading.