Photo: Georgia Aquarium Take this quiz courtesy of Georgia Aquarium to test your knowledge of six land and water creatures. START THE QUIZ Question 1 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium What do whale sharks eat? Fun fact: A whale shark can only swallow small prey because its throat is very narrow, often compared to the size of a quarter. Watch live whale sharks at Georgia Aquarium. Other, smaller sharks Large fish and aquatic mammals Zooplankton (krill, larvae, jellies, copepods, etc.) and small fishes NEXT QUESTION Question 2 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium How many rows of teeth do whale sharks have? Fun fact: Teeth of the whale shark are tiny and pointed backward; thought to have no function in feeding. Check out the whale sharks at Georgia Aquarium. 4 About 300 About 500 NEXT QUESTION Question 3 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium What do clownfish live in? Fun Fact: The clownfish is “immune” to the stinging cells of the anemone and lives among the tentacles, which produces a sting that would stun and kill other non-adapted fish. View clownfish on Georgia Aquarium's webcam. Holes they dig in the sand Sea anemones Nests made of kelp NEXT QUESTION Question 4 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium Asian small-clawed otters are a cousin to what animal? Fun fact: Otters are members of the mustelid family, related to badgers, minks and weasels. Get a peek of the otters on this webcam at Georgia Aquarium. Cat Squirrel Weasel NEXT QUESTION Question 5 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium How fast do dolphins typically swim? Fun fact: The maximum observed swim speed of a common bottlenose dolphin was about 18 mph (29 km/hr) for a very short distance. About 1-2 mph About 3-7 mph About 8-10 mph NEXT QUESTION Question 6 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium What do dolphins eat? Fun fact: Dolphins do not chew. Larger prey may be torn into smaller pieces, but most food is swallowed whole. Plants Small fishes and crustaceans Cheeseburgers NEXT QUESTION Question 7 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium How do electric eels defend themselves and catch prey? Fun fact: The vital internal organs of this eel are compressed into the anterior (front) 1/8 of its body near its head. The rest of its body is the electricity-producing tail. Therefore, the longer the tail, the larger the electric discharge that can be generated. By puffing out spikes that cover their whole body By using great strength to body-slam attackers By emitting an electric discharge that stuns attackers and prey NEXT QUESTION Question 8 of 8 Score: 0 Photo: Georgia Aquarium African penguins are found naturally where? Fun fact: African penguins breed on 24 islands offshore between Namibia and Port Elizabeth, South Africa. On the mainland, there are colonies of African penguins in South Africa's Betty's Bay and Simonstown, as well as in Namibia. Antarctica New Zealand and Northern Africa South Africa and Namibia GET YOUR SCORE You scored out of 8 Photo: Georgia Aquarium TRY AGAIN Try your knowledge on these other quizzes. Find out your ocean spirit animal How much do you know about whale sharks? Can You Identify These Aquatic Creatures?