True or False: The Sea Otter is the smallest marine mammal in North America.
Correct answer: True! Male Sea Otters measure 1.2 metres in length and weigh an average of 45 kilograms – and females are a bit smaller. Learn more about the Sea Otter at hww.ca
Correct answer: C. Right Whales chow down on zooplankton or tiny animals that look like shrimp. And they eat a lot of it – up to 1,100 kilograms in one day! They get that much grub in by opening up their mouths wide and swimming through the water, catching their prey as they go. With that much food, it’s no wonder that they’re really large animals – weighing in at 63,500 kilograms and as long as 16 metres.
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