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Aquatic

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Animals whose natural habitat is in the water are called tiʔiʔiɬ kʷi ʔišil or "those who swim.   

Orca - qal̕qaləx̌ič Salmon - sʔuladxʷ Grey Whale - čəxʷəluʔ Otter - sq̓aƛ̕ Beaver - st̕əqxʷ
King Salmon - yubəč Silver Salmon skʷəxʷic Dog Chum Salmon - ƛ̕xʷayʔ Sockeye Salmon scəqiʔ Humpback Salmon
həduʔ
Flounder - p̓uay̓ Octopus - sqibk̓ʷ Turtle - ʔaləšək Frog - waq̓waq̓ Sea Urchin - sk̓ʷic̓i
Star Fish - q̓ʷəlačiʔ Sea Cucumber təǰabac Harbor Seal - sup̓qs Rock Cod - t̕aɬigʷs Bay - Ocean
x̌ʷəlč
Jelly Fish
kəlapx̌ʷəlč
Clam - sʔax̌ʷuʔ Mussel - tulqʷ Oyster - ƛ̕ux̌ʷƛ̕ux̌ʷ Crab - bəsqʷ
periwinkle
periwinkle
č̓ič̓əlpyaqid or puʔps
unidentified
small clam

t̕ilus
little neck
steamer clams

sx̌aʔaʔ
Large Native Oyster
xʷč̓iɬqs
Barnacle - c̓ubc̓ub
butter clam
stxʷub
cockle clam
sx̌əp̓ab
geoduck
gʷidəq
horse clam
haʔəc
chiton (large)
ʔuk̓ʷs
     
     
chiton (small)
x̌ald
any seashell
sč̓awəyʔ
     

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6406 Marine Drive, Tulalip, WA 98271
Tel: (360) 716-4495
FAX: (360) 716-0615
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