Why Don't Whales Have Feet

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Why Don’t Whales Have Legs? SBI4U1-03 Vink Maria Hoang Hypothesis: The whale with "blubber" or the plastic in the styrofoam will lose heat or cool slower than the glove and the plastic baggie because the "blubber" allows for the whale to stay warmer and retain the heat more than the other two kinds of whales. Materials: Container that holds water (e.g., deep plastic ray or large plastic beaker) 1 latex or plastic glove 2 small sip-lock type plastic baggies 1 250mL graduated beaker 1 Styrofoam cup (large enough to hold full plastic baggie) Hot water (or way to safely heat water) Cold water Thermometer Controls: Time Temperature Amount of water Temperature of Ocean: 20.2°C Temperature of Whale: 57.7 °C Amount of H2O in the Whale: 150 mL Procedure 1. The deep plastic tray was filled with cold water and the temperature of the water was measured using the thermometer to ensure that it is 20.2 ̊ C
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 123 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '09 term at Holy Family University.

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