By Davide Cali, Benjamin Chaud
First, a few monstrous ants thieve breakfast.
Then there are the evil ninjas, tremendous ape, mysterious mole humans, titanic blob, and numerous different daunting (and unbelievable) detours alongside how you can university. Are those excuses rather why this scholar is past due? Or is there one other clarification that's much more outrageous than the remainder? From Davide Cali and Benjamin Chaud, the severely acclaimed author/illustrator crew at the back of I Didn't Do My Homework simply because . . . comes a fast moving, actionpacked, laugh-out-loud tale approximately discovering how one can institution regardless of the odds—and the incredible oddness!
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Probably the sei (pronounced say) whale. A scientist once clocked it swimming along at an amazing 35 miles (56 km) an hour! Because it twists and turns like a small fish when swimming fast, some call it the sardine whale. Which is the smallest baleen whale? The pygmy right whale. 3 m) long. Dark on top and white underneath, pygmy rights have short baleen and are found only in the Southern Hemisphere. 44 Will there always be whales in the seas? That depends on all of us. The old threat to whales was from whalers.
And since almost half of the right whale’s weight is blubber, which is lighter than water, the whales float when dead. Easy to catch and land, right whales were hunted until they became few in number. Now there are fewer than 4,000 right whales left in the world’s seas. How did whalers catch right whales? With harpoons. A whaler might shoot a harpoon into a baby right whale. The hunter knew the calf’s mother would hear her baby’s cries and come to help. Then the whaler would harpoon the much bigger cow.
When chasing its prey, an orca can surge up to 40 miles (64 km) an hour. How can you spot an orca? By its shiny black body with white undersides and the big white spot behind each eye. Orcas are easiest to see when they spy-hop, or jump straight up out of the water. They probably spy-hop to see farther. 8 m) dorsal fin. The pointed fin sticks up out of the water as the orca swims by. The male’s fin is upright and slightly forward. The female’s fin is curved, more like that of a shark. What is an orca’s favorite food?