Parts C and D
Color-Distinctive pattern-Black on its back and white on belly.
Killer Whales can swim at speeds of up to 45 kph (28 mph).
Whales have a thick layer of blubber that helps to insulate a whale from heat loss.
Color-Pale in color with large black blotches and smaller black spots. These spots become fewer in number with age.
Tetrodotoxin in their internal organs making them poisonous.
They can increase in size (almost double vertically) reduces the range of potential predators to those with much bigger mouths.
Color-Brownish yellow with brown patches or maculae that become electric blue when the organism becomes agitated or alarmed.
When agitated its brown patches turn into bright blue rings.
Small enough to fit into small crevices or holes.