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Marine Mammals Photo Trivia Quiz

written by: Aeria
 
We often confuse some sea mammals with fish. Marine mammals have all the characteristics of mammals, despite their different appearances and survival techniques, which makes them quite unique. Take this trivia quiz and see how interesting life in the sea can be.

Question 1:

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This black and white mammal is a relative of the dolphin. It grows up to 30 feet (about 9 m) long and communicates with its likes by squealing and moaning.
Seal
Sea turtle
Orca whale
Penguin


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Question 2:

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This sea mammal often "floats" on the surface of the water. It is fat and very clumsy when out of water. The sounds it produces resemble barking.
Whale
Dolphin
Sea lion
Seal


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Question 3:

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This mammal is said to be a "clever fish". It is a common companion to sailors, sliding along the ships in schools of its likes.
Common dolphin
Dugong
Sea otter
Mackerel


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Question 4:

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This sea mammal lacks external ear flaps and crawls clumsily on land, using belly flops. It can dive to 1,700 feet to find food.
Porpoise
Elephant seal
Orca whale
Otter


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Question 5:

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This animal has a wedge-shaped tail that is deeply notched in the middle. It also has front flippers. It feeds on seagrass.
Harbor seal
Sea Lion
Dugong
Gray whale


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Question 6:

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This mammal is the largest animal in the world. It can grow up to 100 feet in length and weigh up to 150 tons, which is estimated to be the weight of 30 elephants.
Humpback whale
Elephant whale
Blue whale
Sea lion


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Question 7:

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This animal is a member of the weasel family. It has the the thickest fur among animals.
Salmon
Sea otter
Mackerel
Common dolphin


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Question 8:

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This cinnamon-brown animal has fusiform body and big tusks. You can often see it sunbathing on shore.
Walrus
Seal
Sea lion
Sea cow


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Question 9:

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This whale can dive down to one mile below the surface of the water. It was hunted for the oil that fills its huge head.
Sperm whale
Gray whale
Blue whale
Hubb's beaked whale


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Question 10:

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Strangely enough this animal is also considered to be a marine mammal, because it is an excellent swimmer and it hunts mainly on sea ice.
Sun Bear
Sea otter
Spectacled Bear
Polar bear


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