Summarizing the Text RL.4.2 Practice Question Grade 4 English Language and Arts - SkillBuilder + ILEARN Rehearsal

Grade 4 English Language and Arts - SkillBuilder + ILEARN Rehearsal Summarizing the Text

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Unlike other whales that live in small, close-knit groups called pods, blue whales live and travel alone or with one other whale. While traveling through the ocean, they surface to breathe air into their lungs through blowholes. They emerge from the ocean, spewing water out of their blowhole, roll, and reenter the water with a grand splash of their large tail. They make loud, deep, and rumbling low-frequency sounds that travel great distances, which allow them to communicate with other whales as far as 100 miles away. Their cries can be felt as much as heard. Their resonating call makes them the loudest animal on Earth. If you ever have the opportunity to see or hear a blue whale, it will be an experience you will not soon forget.

What information should NOT be included in a summary about a blue whale’s call?