A Book of Cetacean Compositions
A Story Of Cetacean Compositions
For my silly family who always supports me.
Along the big ocean
I glide with my mate,
The water feels pleasant,
70 degrees fahrenheit.
Shellfish, Squid, Plankton, Tasty!
I can’t wait to hunt them,
I'm so hasty!
We find some friends,
To create a new pod,
For us, it’s an occasion.
Back to our homes,
Away we swiftly glide,
Around the ocean we roam,
All filled with great pride
The Final Adventure of the Day
The Hourglass Dolphin is very unique because it is very hard to find and it has only been spotted a couple of times. It lives in a lot of cold polar regions. It eats squid, fish, and small crabs. They can grow to be about 245 pounds and almost 6 feet long.
There are almost 40 species of Dolphins. 38 of the species live in freshwater or saltwater, and 5 of the species are River Dolphins, which means they live in rivers. Here is some information on some of the species.
The Bottlenose Dolphin is one of the most commonly found dolphin. It is found in most of the world except in the parts of the world that are freezing. They eat small crabs (referred to as crustaceans), small squid, and fish. They weigh about 330-1,350 pounds and can grow up to about 10 feet. They are very friendly and active mammals.
Chinese White Dolphins are another species. They are very pretty and they have a very unique skin pattern. They can weigh up to 500 pounds and can grow up to 3 meters. They live in saltwater and freshwater. Their diet is mostly fish because they are very picky eaters.
Even though they are known as the Killer Whale, they are actually a dolphin species. They are one of the biggest dolphin species. They can weigh up to almost 12,00 pounds and they can even grow to be 21 feet long! They mainly eat fish, squid, octopie, penguins, and almost every dolphin species except the River Dolphin.