Asexual reproduction: Budding
Sexual reproduction: Hermaphrodite
Sexual reproduction: Internal fertilization
Sexual reproduction: External fertilization
She is given more food by her pod
She sleeps about 18 hours a day
She swims much slower
She does not participate much in hunting
Black and blue
Black and white
Black and yellow
Black and brown
Whales move their tails back and forth to move forward in the water similar to other fish.
In addition to moving tails up and down whales can also use flippers and buoyancy to move forward as they sink
Whales move their tails up and down to move forward in the water unlike other fish.
Jumps up and down
Whales had to develop conscious breathing in order to survive so well under water.
Whales developed a secondary set of lungs to stores a large quantity of air and feeds it slowly to primary lungs.
Whales do not have a special breathing strategy; they breathe automatically in the same way as humans do.
Whales have gills