NARWHALS
Mª Teresa Gómez Magariño 5º C
One of my
favourite
endanged
animals is the
narwhal.
It is a whale
but with an
ivory horn.
I Th
They are
known as
unicorns of
the sea.
They live in
the Arctic
and swim in
deep waters.
During a dive a narwhal can descend
two meters per second for eight or
ten minutes, reaching a depth of 100o
meters.
Narwhals have three predators: polar
bears, orcas and men.
Hunters have pursued narwhals
for centuries because they
wanted their ivory horn.
Because of that narwhals are
now endange...
Hunters have pursued narwhals
for centuries because they
wanted their ivory horn.
Because of that narwhals are
now endange...
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Narwhals (si blog)

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  • 1. NARWHALS Mª Teresa Gómez Magariño 5º C
  • 2. One of my favourite endanged animals is the narwhal. It is a whale but with an ivory horn. I Th
  • 3. They are known as unicorns of the sea. They live in the Arctic and swim in deep waters.
  • 4. During a dive a narwhal can descend two meters per second for eight or ten minutes, reaching a depth of 100o meters.
  • 5. Narwhals have three predators: polar bears, orcas and men.
  • 6. Hunters have pursued narwhals for centuries because they wanted their ivory horn. Because of that narwhals are now endangered.
  • 7. Hunters have pursued narwhals for centuries because they wanted their ivory horn. Because of that narwhals are now endangered.