Beluga Whales By Zoe Wood. Color Beluga whales are gray when they’re babies and white when they’re adults. Beluga whales are gray when they’re babies.

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<ul><li>Slide 1</li></ul> <p>Beluga Whales By Zoe Wood Slide 2 Color Beluga whales are gray when theyre babies and white when theyre adults. Beluga whales are gray when theyre babies and white when theyre adults. Slide 3 Length The Beluga whale is one of the smallest species of whales. Adult Belugas are 13 to 20 feet long. The Beluga whale is one of the smallest species of whales. Adult Belugas are 13 to 20 feet long. Slide 4 Weight Beluga whales can weigh from 3,000 to 3,300 pounds. Beluga whales can weigh from 3,000 to 3,300 pounds. Slide 5 Habitat Beluga whales are found in the Arctic and subarctic waters. Beluga whales are found in the Arctic and subarctic waters. Slide 6 Diet The belugas diet is small squid, crabs, clams, shrimp, sandworms, and fish. Young salmon is their favorite. They eat 50 60 pounds of food a day. The belugas diet is small squid, crabs, clams, shrimp, sandworms, and fish. Young salmon is their favorite. They eat 50 60 pounds of food a day. Slide 7 How Long Do They Live Beluga whales can live from 35 50 years. Beluga whales can live from 35 50 years. Slide 8 Predators Their predators are orcas and polar bears. Their predators are orcas and polar bears. Slide 9 Toothed or Baleen Belugas have 10 teeth on either side of its upper or lower jaw. Belugas have 10 teeth on either side of its upper or lower jaw. Slide 10 Body Parts The belugas body is thick and muscular. It has a round head and a narrow neck. The belugas body is thick and muscular. It has a round head and a narrow neck. Slide 11 Special Aptitudes They have a melon shaped forehead which can change its shape. They have a melon shaped forehead which can change its shape. They have no dorsal fin but a narrow ridge down their backs. They have no dorsal fin but a narrow ridge down their backs. They are called the They are called the sea canary because sea canary because of their noises. of their noises. Slide 12 Migration They travel in groups from 2 or 3 up to several hundred. Some are migratory within a limited range while others remain in a particular area. They travel in groups from 2 or 3 up to several hundred. Some are migratory within a limited range while others remain in a particular area. </p>

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