Dolphin Life Funny & Weird Marine Mammals - Learn with Amazing Photos and Fun Facts About Dolphins and Marine Mammals by P.T. HersomLearning about dolphins-where they live, how they live!
I liked the data especially about what sounds each made. And how they had fun, where they lived.etc. Great photos too! I would recommend this ebook for young grade schoolers who enjoy learning about these funny and very active creatures that God had created for our pleasure. Because I felt that the author gave some info but wrote it to readers in a fun fashion so I am giving it five stars.
I received this ebook for free and now in return have given it an honest review. Great work P.T. ! By Angela
They have to come up to the surface to breathe. But unlike most mammals , water mammals can stay under the water for a long time. Sea lions have thick fur instead. Most water mammals are carnivores. They eat fish, shellfish and other aquatic animals. Some water mammals, such as walruses and some seals, are fierce. They are best left alone.
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Dolphins sleep only with one half of the brain at a time, and just one eye closed. There are three main reasons why dolphins sleep in this way. Second, they are able to look out for danger while they rest. Third, this type of sleep allows a dolphin to keep up with certain physiological processes, such as the muscle movement, that helps the warm-blooded mammal maintain the body heat it needs to survive in the frigid ocean. Seagrass is the only flowering plant that is found in the sea.
Back to Blog December 29, Join us for hands-on activities, special talks and opportunities to learn more about the care and feeding of the Aquarium's fish, birds, tide pool animals and marine mammals during Winter Fishtival! Each day we'll highlight a different sea animal and activity. Today the featured animals are the marine mammals. Here are some fun and interesting facts about river otters, sea otters, harbor seals and Northern fur seals. River otters Lutra canadensis are related to badgers, weasels, and skunks.