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“The Oceanic Project”

“The Oceanic Project”

www.oceania.org.au A presentation by Jessica Dimitrijevic. “The Oceanic Project”. Photo: Franklin, T. (2001). The Ocean Project. Established in 1988, The Oceanic Project , is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to raising awareness about cetacean (whales, dolphins and porpoise)

By ostinmannual
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Recovery of Hawaiian humpback whale sighting and movement data

Recovery of Hawaiian humpback whale sighting and movement data

Recovery of Hawaiian humpback whale sighting and movement data. Dr. Debra Palka and Dan Smith National Marine Fisheries Service Dr. Peter Tyack Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, MA 02543. Scientific Rationale.

By Solomon
(309 views)

Lesson 20: Vertebrates II Marine Biology

Lesson 20: Vertebrates II Marine Biology

Lesson 20: Vertebrates II Marine Biology. We’ve been learning about marine life in the sub-phylum vertebrata What are some common features of this sub-phylum? Today we’ll conclude our survey of life in the sea by taking a look at the class mammalia. Vertebrates: Animals with a backbone.

By niveditha
(172 views)

1. The average wait of a gray whale is from 30 to 40 tons? 2. A gray whales tail measures 10 to 12 foot across.

1. The average wait of a gray whale is from 30 to 40 tons? 2. A gray whales tail measures 10 to 12 foot across.

1. The average wait of a gray whale is from 30 to 40 tons? 2. A gray whales tail measures 10 to 12 foot across. 1. The average wait of a gray whale is from 30 to 40 tons ? 2. A gray whales tail measures 10 to 12 foot across.

By nardo
(209 views)

Animal Homes

Animal Homes

Animal Homes. By Kathy Leighton. Whale. I am a whale. Where do I live? . desert. ocean. forest. Try again, please!. Try again, please!. Whales live in the ocean!. I am a rabbit. Where do I live?. forest. ocean. desert. Try again, please!. Try again, please!.

By lisette
(97 views)

Cetaceans

Cetaceans

Cetaceans . What Mammals Belong in this ORDER?. Whales Dolphins Porpoises. Whales. All cetaceans are whales. Two Kinds of whales baleen and toothed whales. Pilot Whales and Killer Whales are toothed whales (Dolphins).

By madge
(248 views)

Lesson 2: What Makes A Whale A Whale?

Lesson 2: What Makes A Whale A Whale?

Lesson 2: What Makes A Whale A Whale?. Whales are Mammals!. Photo credit: M McGuire. Photo credit: M McGuire. Photo credit: Liz Haverty. Photo credit: R Francis-Floyd. Let’s review… What Makes a Mammal a Mammal?. 1. Warm-Blooded. Photo credit Bill Hickey/ USFWS.

By matana
(145 views)

Blue Whales

Blue Whales

Blue Whales. By Kylie Amberger. Classification and Description. Balaenoptera musculus Mammals Bluish gray color 100 feet and 30.5 meters. Biome. North Pacific and South Pacific Lives in the bottom of the water It needs 50,000 gallons of water to survive

By lilka
(401 views)

Weekly Word Lists

Weekly Word Lists

Weekly Word Lists. Spelling sigh right weigh eight detail height spray braid bait grain slight thigh tight raisin trait highway frighten dismay freight sleigh. Vocabulary yearned wharf docks scan migrating scent. Amazing Words experiences prepared foreign seek

By jill
(100 views)

Whales!

Whales!

Whales!. Whales eat fish planktons krill and squid and some killer whales are nice.

By dooley
(259 views)

Deep water Horizon Oil Spill

Deep water Horizon Oil Spill

Deep water Horizon Oil Spill. Started the 20th April Capped 15th July Permanently sealed 20th September. What caused it ?. Hydrocarbons shot up and ingnited causing explosion and fire in Deepwater Horizon oil rig . 1- Failure

By zeal
(157 views)

W hales

W hales

W hales. By: Brenton. Interesting Facts . Whales baleen tooth whales use their teeth to catch fish and squid . It traps krill and shrimp. M ale and female whales mate every two to three years. A whale calf is born 9 to 6 17 months . Important Fact.

By yuval
(132 views)

9:30 - Fossils of North Carolina, 	the CD-Rom Project Dr. Richard E. Chandler

9:30 - Fossils of North Carolina, the CD-Rom Project Dr. Richard E. Chandler

Aurora Fossil Festival 2014 Guest Speakers. 9:30 - Fossils of North Carolina, the CD-Rom Project Dr. Richard E. Chandler Professor Emeritus of Mathematics North Carolina State University. 11:00 – The Evolution of Whales David J. Bohaska Collections Management, Vertebrate Paleontology

By lynch
(121 views)

Unit 3

Unit 3

Unit 3. Adjectives, Adverbs, and Phrases. Review of Adjectives and Adverbs. Adjective -modifies a noun or a pronoun Adverb -may modify a verb , an adjective , or another adverb

By nuncio
(118 views)

Whales

Whales

Whales . By Lucy. Are whales mammals? . Yes they are . All mammals have red blood . . The blue whale. The blue whale is the largest animal to ever live!

By livi
(171 views)

LANGUAGE

LANGUAGE

LANGUAGE. Hifumi , Jasmien , and Stella. “How far can we prove that animals have their own language?” . LANGUAGE . Dictionary. Personal Experiences. 1. The method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way.

By liesel
(169 views)

different kinds of animals

different kinds of animals

different kinds of animals. different kinds of animals created by Antonio . Anteaters have very long tongues. a is for anteater. Bucks live in the forest. b is for buck. Cheetah’s are the fastest animals in the world. c is for cheetah. Dingoes live in Australia. d is for dingo.

By joann
(227 views)

Change over Time

Change over Time

Change over Time. Pages 104 - 111. All of these frogs live in the same area. What differences are there?. Differences among organisms. Each organism has a different adaptation to help it survive. Adaptation – a characteristic that helps an organism survive and reproduce in its environment

By sona
(89 views)

Warm Up!

Warm Up!

Warm Up!. What are the 2 parts that make up the scientific name of a species? Using the cladogram, which animals have claws/nails? Which animals have fur/mammary glands? To what is the chimp most closely related to?. Is a hippopotamus more closely related to a pig or a whale?.

By guri
(158 views)

Chesapeake Bay Research

Chesapeake Bay Research

Chesapeake Bay Research. BY: Dakota Sergeant. Why is it important to have a variety of animals in the bay?.

By nova
(61 views)

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