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The first time you see a blue pelican, you think: wow, it looks a bit like a dolphin.

You probably wouldn’t know it, however, until it’s gone.

But in reality, blue whales and dolphins live in the same ocean.

These majestic creatures spend their lives swimming in the shallow waters of the Southern Ocean, where they have to compete with other marine animals to survive.

The blue pelicans are one of the biggest predators on the planet and have been for thousands of years.

Their numbers have doubled every 25 years since the mid-19th century.

While they are nocturnal, the blue pelins are also able to move during the day and spend most of their time on land.

Their migration is also dependent on their food source.

A pelican will spend its whole life eating small crustaceans, fish and other prey that are easy to catch.

The pelicans also eat a wide variety of marine creatures, including whales, dolphins and seals.

Blue whales and sea lions, on the other hand, live in more remote areas and have a much more limited diet.

They eat fish, crabs, squid and small crustacea.

They are also much less common in the ocean than blue peloons.

Blue pelicans can reach up to 18 metres in length and weigh up to 400 kilograms.

They can also be quite big.

But unlike the blue whales, sea lions and other marine mammals, blue pelinos don’t have a skin.

They have large teeth that they use to hunt and catch their prey.

The only other mammals that can eat blue whales are the orcas, which can eat whales.

Blue whale populations have declined in recent decades, largely due to the illegal hunting of blue whales in the Antarctic.

But blue whales have been able to re-establish themselves in the Southern Hemisphere.

In fact, blue whale numbers are up significantly in the waters off South Africa.

This is because of the arrival of blue whale watching boats.

This has helped to create a thriving ecosystem off South Australia, as well as in the south-east of Australia.

Blue Pelicans are also important food sources for humpback whales, which are the largest animals on the world’s largest ocean.

Humpbacks eat pelicans, dolphins, turtles and other creatures that are easier to catch and eat.

They also live in water far more shallow than the pelicans.

A humpback whale can weigh up 10 tonnes, and a blue whale can reach 1,200 kilograms.

Humbug whales are a different animal altogether, and are not able to hunt pelicans or other marine life.

They prefer to feed on fish and crustacean shells, but they do have an interest in dolphins.

These animals also eat marine mammals and crustacea, but their diets are much smaller.

Hombug whales feed on sea turtles and crabs, while humpbacks and sea otters eat sea turtles.

Blue dolphins live for around a year in the open ocean.

This gives them a good chance to catch fish.

Blue sea lions can live for up to 30 years in the wild.

This means they can survive long enough to breed.

This also means they are able to live longer.

Blue sharks are another huge threat to the blue whale.

They live in deep waters, which makes them vulnerable to predation.

They don’t eat crustaceas and do not eat any fish.

However, they do eat dolphins and sea birds.

Blue seal populations have also been affected by the illegal trade in seal meat.

The illegal trade is estimated to be worth about $2 billion each year.

The sale of seal meat in Australia is illegal, but there is a catch-up program that aims to stop the trade.

But for now, the seals are not doing well.

A study published in June found that the seals in the southern and eastern parts of the Australian and New Zealand coasts have not recovered from the trade in seals, and that many have declined dramatically.

Blue penguins have also had a difficult time recovering from the illegal wildlife trade.

This species is often hunted and eaten by humans in the deep oceans of Antarctica, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific.

The International Union for Conservation of Nature has declared the Antarctic to be a “major hotspot” for extinction.

These species are threatened with extinction in their own right, but the trade of seal ivory, shark fin soup, seal skin, whale oil and seals meat has led to a massive trade in their hides.

The ivory trade is responsible for an estimated $30 billion in revenue annually in the world.

The trade in whale meat and seal hides is also a major source of income for organised crime groups in Australia.

But while the illegal whale trade in the Northern Territory has led people to question the integrity of the state government, the illegal animal trade in South Australia has not.

There, the government is actively protecting the interests of the marine environment.

The South Australian government has established a marine protection zone, as has the Australian Marine Conservation Society (AMCS). But