They do travel in groups, but they are called pods instead of packs.
Sea Otters do not seem to travel at all. They are social, but apparently in small family groups.
Yes, whales and dolhpins travel in large groups called 'pods'
They call them PODS and they travel in pods most of the time.
Same reason humans travel in groups, wolves travel in packs and most animals travel in some type of herd, pride, flock or what-have-you. We crave interaction, friendly contact, and above all, safety.
Many of them do yes. They work together in packs or pods to hunt.
Yes. Their groups are more commonly reffered to as pods.
they travel in pods ranging from roughly 5-10 whales
Yes, narwhals travel in groups.Specifically, the groups are called pods. Membership fluctuates in pods. For example, numbers may range from ten (or less) to 100. The higher numbers tend to be found during the narwhal's summer and winter migrations.
No. Many travel in groups called "pods." These often include family members.
They live and travel in big groups called pods.
yes, they are dolphins and all dolphins travel in pods.....................
Killer whales travel in pods because they are very social animals. They often travel with family and extended family in groups of two up to 15 or more.
Narwhals travel in pods of between 4 and 20.
I think they swim in pods
Orcas live in pods of five to thirty individuals. Within the pod, orcas travel, hunt, sleep, and communicate. Orcas eat an array of marine life including fish, squid, sharks, seals, turtles, octopi, penguins, and gulls.
Pods refers to the groups in which narwhals travel. The membership may range from 10-100 narwhals. It's a group that travels together for companionship, learning, and protection. For example, narwhal young travel in pods with their mothers. The pod provides on-the-spot opportunities for learning communication, feeding patterns, and navigation.
Elephants travel in herds.
Dolphins live in groups called pods.
Dolphins travel in pods. When in a deepwater ship, you often see them racing the bow wave and playing in the wake.
Lions travel in prides, cetaceans travel in pods.
Dolphins live in Pods, which I think is what you were getting at, so Yes.
Dolphins are social animals that live in groups called "pods". Sometimes the pods join and form "super-pods"
Fish travel in schools, whales travel in pods or gams.
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