Mrs Du Ross-Smith We need to do more to save the ahales. Thank you for you messages for us all to consider. Great Job!
Ms Fryer Hornsby The opening images matched with a fact about the animal and a reason it is hunted was very effected, as was ending the a question directed at the audience. Well done!
seth b.t hey kyle and mitch mad 2 good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
ianmclean You certainly found an interesting array of whale images and lots of persuasive facts.
s3penrithps Thank you to these "Flickr" Creative Commons photographers: Michael Dawes, Basial, Eve Fraser-Corp, gwoodford, Tom Clifton, gwoodford (again), cmiper, Campaign Whale, sasastro, Alphast and millerm217.
s3penrithps Blue whales are the largest creatures in the ocean. They cannot breathe underwater. Their huge size draws the attention of humans.
s3penrithps Sperm whales are the largest of the toothed whales. Their oil makes them the most hunted.
s3penrithps Humpback whales are the acrobats of the ocean. They are baleen whales hunted for their bones.
s3penrithps They eat only krill.
s3penrithps All whales need to be protected, no matter what their personalities.
s3penrithps Save the whales.
s3penrithps Every day, whales are accidentally trapped in fishing nets.
s3penrithps Pollution is poisoning their homes.
s3penrithps Whales are quite harmless to people. Why do we hunt and kill them? Who are the animals, us or them?
s3penrithps Researched by Skye, Emma T., Mitch, Kyle and Natalee, 5/6D, 2011. References included: "Encarta for kids" CD-ROM, "The book of whales, dolphins and porpoises by Lionel Bender, "Life in a pod: whales" by Richard & Louise Spilsbury, "Whales and wobbegongs" by Brian Mackness.
s3penrithps The (tail) end.