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  1. The Whale Game

  2. Chose a red letter Types of Whales Whale Body Parts Traveling Whales K A G B L H C I • More Whale Facts How Whales Eat D M J E N O F P

  3. A. This whale is the largest creature that ever lived. It can be up to 100 feet long. • The Blue Whale

  4. B. This is the name of the killer whale. • Orca

  5. C. This is in the whale family, but they are smaller. • Dolphin

  6. D. This is the kind of food that baleen whales eat. • Plankton

  7. E. These whales have no teeth. They have long fringed blades hanging from their upper jaws that strain out food from the water. • Baleen Whales

  8. F. This type of whale has teeth. • Toothed Whales

  9. G. This is a layer of fat on the whale between the skin and the muscles. • Blubber

  10. H. Whales breathe air into their lungs through one or two nostrils on top of their heads. These are called_____________________. • Blowholes

  11. I. The whales use these for balance and turning. • Flippers

  12. J. The whale's tale. It is used for going up and down in the ocean. • Fluke

  13. K. Whales travel in groups called __________. • Pods

  14. L. Some whales travel many miles from cold water to warm water and then back to cold water. This is called_______________. • Migration

  15. M. A baby whale is called a___________. • Calf

  16. N. When whales come out of the water, they blow out their breath making a ________. • Spout

  17. O. Whales make sound waves that travel and bounce off of objects. What is this called? • Echolocation

  18. P. Whales are not fish. They are warm-blooded and breathe air. A whale is a _______________. • Mammal