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Humpback whales

They are warm blooded and breath air. Humpback whales can easily be identified by their stocky bodies with obvious humps and black dorsal coloring. The fluked tail, which it lifts above the surface in some dive sequences, has wavy trailing edges. Humpbacks are powerful swimmers, and they use their massive tail fin, called a fluke, to propel themselves through the water and sometimes completely out of it. These whales...

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Uus - Meremaa

GEOGRAAFIA TURISMIMAJANDUS UUS - MEREMAA Agnes Ott 10 a klass 1 TTG SISUKORD 1. Lühidalt Uus ­ Meremaast...

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Canada

Reptiles, amphibians and a large selection of snakes also call Canada home. Squirrels, chipmunks, racoons and skunks often found in and around cities. Some of the most common animals to spot in Canada are birds, including Canada Geese, Bald Eagles and the Great Blue Heron. Canada's varied climates allow for a large selection of spiders, bugs and insect while the countless rivers, lakes and 3 oceans are home to dolphins, whales , salmon, sharks and many other species of fish and sealife. There are five major Biomes in Canada: Arctic Biomes, Tundras, Taigas, Praeries and Deciduous Forests. The Tundra is located near the Arctic region. It is permafrost and desert-like. The area is very cold and windy. The growing season is 50-60 days. Some of the plants that can survive there are lichens and mosses. Typical animals for the Tundra are musk oxen, elks, moose, lemmings,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Gröönimaast - kokkuvõte

Grønland, grööni k. Kalaallit Nunaat) Pindala: 2 166 086 km² (81% kaetud jääga, 410 449 km² jäävaba) Rahvaarv: 56 648 elanikku (01.01.2007.a.) Rahvastiku 0,03 inimest/km2, 0,14inimest/km2 jäävabal alal tihedus Ametlik keel: taani keel ja eskimo innuttuti murre (grööni keel) laiaulat...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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The bodyshop

Tartu Kivilinna Gümnaasium Liis Viljak 10b Bodyshop Company The Body Shop International plc is a global manufacturer and retailer of naturally inspired, ethically produced beauty and cosmetics products. Founded in the UK in 1976 by Dame Anita Roddick, we now have over 2,100 stores in 55 countries, with a range of over 1,200 products, all animal cruelty free, and many...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Galapagos islands

The present islands are all younger than 4 million years and were formed separately from other land masses as a result of volcanic eruptions. The Galapagos were discovered in 1535 by Fray Toms de Berlanga, the Bishop of Panama. He was sailing from Panama to Peru when he accidentally discovered the islands. Islands became a favorite hideout for Pirates and the favorite location for whale hunters. After whales were locally cleared the whalers went there for tortoises, an estimated 200 000 or more adults had been removed. The island of Floreana was populated with a group of convicts' in October 1832. Charls Darwin visited the island in 1835, he spent there 5 weeks. Nowadays five of the islands are populated with about 40 000 inhabitants. The name Island of Galapagos means island of tortoises. Every animal or plant had to cross about 1000 km of open...

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English Grammar Book 1

a brood of chickens a band of musicians Word File a school of fish Here are some more collective nouns: a bunch of keys a class of pupils a collection of books a deck of cards a fleet of ships a flock of sheep a gaggle of geese a gang of robbers a team of players a herd of cattle a litter of cubs a pod of whales a pack of wolves a pride of lions a flight of steps a set of stamps a swarm of bees a troupe of actors 35 Exercise Farmer John had several different kinds of animals on his farm. Write the correct collective noun for each group of his animals. Farmer John had: a of geese a of sheep...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Humpback whale

The flukes, which can be 5.5 m wide, is serrated and pointed at the tips. Adult males measure 12.2-14.6 m, adult females measure 13.7-15.2 m. They weigh 25 to 40 tons. Feeding Feed on krill, small shrimp-like crustaceans, and various kinds of small fish. Each whale eats up to 1 and 12 tons of food a day. Mating and breeding Humpback whales reach sexual maturity at 6- 10 years of age or when males reach the length of 11.6 m and females reach 12 m. Each female typically bears a calf every 2-3 years and the gestation period is 12 months. The calf is between 3-4.5 m long at birth, and weighs up to 907 kg. Distribution and migration Is found in all the world's oceans. Most populations of humpback whales follow a regular migration route. They are summering in temperat...

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Roald Amundsen

Meri kutsub 2. Loodeväila ekspeditsioon 3. Uus kiusatus- Põhjapoolus 4. Peale suuri unistusi 5. Elu ja surma eest 1. Amundsen sündis 1872. aastal ­ 11 aastat pärast Nansenit ­ Sarpsborgi linna lähistel Kagu-Norras. Peale isa surma asus Roaldit elu...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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Inuit Culture

Strong dogs with thick fur like huskies, bred by Inuit, were used. On the waters of the Arctic Ocean, small boats called "kayaks" were used for hunting while larger boats called "umiaq" transported people, dogs, and supplies. Finding Food Because Inuit live in places where most plants cannot grow, the traditional diet consisted of almost entirely meat. Inuit fished and hunted to get their food. Whales , walruses, seals, fish were staples of their diet. Clothing for Staying Warm Traditional Inuit clothing was made from animal skins and fur. Boots were also made from animal skins. Large, thick coats with big hoods called "parkas" were worn as an outer layer. Today the parka style of coat is worn in other places in the world and it is made of many other materials. Traditions Although Inuit life has changed significantly over the past century...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Western Australia

Kangaroos, Quokkas and Kookaburras There are two main species - western grey kangaroos (the most common) and the famous red kangaroo or "Blue Flyer". Kookaburras are the largest members of the kingfisher family. The Quokka (Setonix brachyurus), the only member of the genus Setonix, is a small macropod about the size of a domestic cat. Dolphins, Whales and Sea Life Ningaloo Marine Park : It's one of the few places in the world where you can swim with the world's biggest fish - the whale shark. perth Peth was founded on 12 June 1829 by Captain James Stirling. Population of 1, 650,000. Perth became known worldwide as the " City of Lights " . Perth is set on the Swan River, named after the native black swans in 1697 byWillem de Vlamingh, captain of a Dutch expedition...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Blue Whale

Blue Whale important · The largest mammal · The largest anilam that ever lived on Earth · About 30 meters long · Weight about 120 tons · Life span is about 3540 years multiplication · Little whale are born in warm waters · Baby whale drink about 200 liters milk in day · Female blue whale may be maturing 4th5th life years · Male blue whale may be maturing 8th10th life years g...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Religioon õhtumaises kultuuris

Winter Consort. It's a hallmark of Winter's group to set their stage in unusual and atmospheric venues-canyons, beaches, old stone barns-to reflect the moody, reverent spirit of their music, which often blends their own live performances with the recorded songs of nature. Tonight's concert ... has included a lyrical duet with a school of singing humpback whales and a haunting serenade build around the keening of eagles. Now, as the evening draws to a close, Winter and his group are providing the instrumental accompaniment to the tape-recorded singing of a pack of free-roaming wolves. The rhythmic, otherworldly wolf serenade echoes eerily in the monumental quiet of the cathedral's soaring spaces. The wolves raise their voices in raw howls of sheer animal power, then let them soften to haunting, melancholy...

Religiooniõpetus - Tartu Ülikool
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Jääkarud (ing k)

Polar bear Ursus maritimus or the "sea bear." Polar bears live near the circumpolar at north in areas where they can hunt seals at open leads. Scientists estimate that there are between 22000 to 27000 polar bears. Its closest relative is the brown bear. Adult male polar bears are 2,5 to 3 meters tall. They weigh 250 to 770 kilograms...

Inglis keelne bioloogia - Põhikool
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Newfoundland

Newfoundland and Labrador is home to Iceberg Alley, one of the best places in the world to view icebergs. Just off the coast, the meeting of the cool Labrador Current and the warm Gulf Stream creates an abundance of marine life that attracts thousands of whales , and provides rich nesting grounds for millions of seabirds. To put things in perspective, Newfoundland and Labrador is a little smaller than California, slightly bigger than Japan, and twice the size of the entire United Kingdom. Geography The island of Newfoundland covers 111,390 square kilometres. With the addition of the vast territory of Labrador, the province covers a total area of 405,212 square kilometres, and ha...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Põhikool
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Seas around Ireland

Seas around Ireland Ly Ridala 2011 Vocabulary v Shipping goods - kaubavedu v Separates -eraldab v Channel -kanal v Equator ­ekvaator v Radioactively contaminated ­radioaktiivsust sisaldav v Economic importance ­majanduslik tähtsus v Wind power- tuuleenergia v Main way ­ peamine tee v Divides- jagab ...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Üldökoloogia kordamisküsimuste vastused

Ökoloogiateaduse uurimisobjektid Ecology (from Greek: , "house"; -, "study of") is the scientificstudy of the relation of living organisms to each other and their surroundings.[1] Ecology includes the study of plant and animalpopulations, plant and animal communities and ecosystems. Ecologists study a range of living phenomena from the role of bacteria in nutrient recycli...

Ökoloogia - Tallinna Ülikool
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Australian nature, cities and animals.

Australia Kaspar Rätsep G1A Australian nature · Australian nature is extremely diverse and interesting. It's the driest inhabited continent, only its south-east and south-west corners have a temperate climate. · The climate of Australia is significantly influenced by ocean currents, which is correlated with periodic drought, and produces cyclones in northern Australia...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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New Zealand vs Estonia - Places to visit!

Top ten places to visit in New Zealand Bay of Islands Bay of Islands is the finest maritime park in New Zealand. There are about 150 islands. The park has an abundance of marine life, including marlin, whales , penguins and dolphins. Mt Cook National Park Mt Cook and surrounding area is an alpine park within the South Westland World Heritage area. Mt Cook, Mt Tasman and Mt Sefton. This glacier is New Zealand's longest and it has one of longest ski runs in the world. Top ten places to visit in New Zealand Westland National Park Famous for its two glaciers, Franz Josef and Fox glaciers....

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

thingsthey know that areendangered (pandas,tigers, AnswerKeY Suggested whales , etc) chooseunwrsely beton thewronghorse: o AskSsto skimthe text quicklyto get the gist tikea bullin a chinashop:personwithno tactwho upsets I Readthe exampleAsk Ssto explainwhy first is the...

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