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Sea Turtles, Eels, Octopuses, Seals, Dolphins, Sharks, and Whales
  
Sea Turtleby sly06 on Flickr

  • Sea turtle is returning to the ocean.  The turtle has just layed eggs.  
  • Baby sea turtles will grow inside of the eggs and hatch.  
  • Then the babies will go into the ocean.
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Sea Turtleby NOAA's National Ocean Service on Flickr

  • The sea turtle swims deep below the surface.  
  • A full grown sea turtle usually is about 3 feet long and weighs about 100 pounds.
  • Sea turtles eat seaweed, crab, and fish.
  • A full grown sea turtle 
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CIMG0660 Two Moray Eels Thailandby Tim Sheerman-Chase on Flickr

  • Eels are a type of fish.  
  • Eels are long.  
  • Eels eat fish, crab, lobsters, and octopuses.  
  • There are 450 species of eels.  
  • They have many sharp teeth.  
  • Eels look somewhat like snakes.  
  • Some eels have a poisonous bite.  
  • Most eels live in shallow seas and are nocturnal.  
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Garden Eels (IMG_6685R)by Schristia on Flickr

  • Eels are blind.  
  • Eels are cold blooded.  
  • They breathe through gills.  
  • Eels have their eggs in salt water.  
  • Their skin is smooth and slimy with mucus.  
  • Eels go through a period of growth called the larval stage.
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Polbo / Octopusby Noel Feans on Flickr

Octopuses 
  • Have more than 1000 suction cups.
  • Have tentacles.
  • Can grow up to 30 feet long. 
  • Eat crabs and shrimp.
  • Squirt ink to make the water dark. That way, a predator can't see the octopus escape 
  • Can regrow their arms if they lose one.
  • When octopuses are born they are as small as a thumbnail.  They are invertebrates.
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Weddell seal, Shackleton Ice Shelf, Antarctica, 1911-1914 / Morton Henry Moyesby State Library of New South Wales collection on Flickr

Seals have large round eyes and can focus both above and below water.
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Seals in The Harbour at St.Ives,Cornwall (3)by john47kent on Flickr

  • Seals can be found in all waters of the world.
  • Seals are a type of mammal. 
  • Seals have an excellent sense of smell.
  • Seals can be different colors such as blue, brown, and grey. 
  • All seals are carnivores, their diet consists of fish, and shellfish.
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2 of 2 A newborn pup is still covered in blood from the birth, and communicates with its mother here.by mikebaird on Flickr

  • Seals give birth to one pup. 
  • Most mother seals don't feed while nursing.
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Dolphin Crestby jurvetson on Flickr

  • Dolphins can swim up to 260 m. below the surface of the ocean. 
  • Dolphins can jump up to 20 feet above water. 
  • Some kinds of dolphins can hold their breath for 30 minutes.
  • Dolphins live in groups formed by 10 to 12 individuals.
  • Dolphins have 100 teeth. 
  • There are 36 different kinds of ocean dolphins and 5 species of river dolphins.
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Mama Babyby jurvetson on Flickr

The baby dolphin can stay with his mother for two to three years. Dolphins are warm-blooded.
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Bora Bora Sharks!by jonrawlinson on Flickr

  • Sharks are a type of fish.  
  • Sharks eat fish that are smaller than them.
  • Sharks have very good hearing.
  • Sharks swim in warm oceans.
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reef sharkby mtarlock on Flickr

Some sharks can grow to be as long as a school bus.  
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Killer Whalesby Fremlin on Flickr

  • Whales are mammals and they have bones.
  • Whales eat shrimp.  They live in warm water.
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Sea World - Shamu Stadiumby Stig Nygaard on Flickr

The killer whale can do tricks.  Whales are some of the biggest animals on earth.
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