Oceans cover about 70 percent of the Earth’s surface, but how much do you really know about them? Test your knowledge below
1 | Incorrect
2 | Incorrect
3 | Incorrect
4 | Correct
You got it! Although the oceans are all connected, they are broken up into four: the Pacific, the Indian, the Atlantic and the Arctic.
Pacific | Correct
That’s right! The Pacific Ocean makes up almost half of all the oceans; it is almost as big as the other three oceans combined.
Indian | Incorrect
Atlantic | Incorrect
Arctic | Incorrect
73 | Incorrect
86 | Incorrect
90 | Incorrect
96 | Correct
Correct! Hard to believe, right? That doesn’t leave much for us! Try some of these ideas to help conserve water.
Birds | Incorrect
Crabs | Incorrect
Turtles | Incorrect
All of the above | Correct
Of course! Find out how to tell if a beach is healthy…and one clue: a healthy beach is home to loads of cool plants and animals!
Whale Sharks | Correct
Yep! But don’t get too excited; you probably won’t run into one. Whale sharks are very hard to find! Learn more about these gentle giants.
Great White Shark | Incorrect
Seahorse | Incorrect
Barracuda | Incorrect
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