How much do you ACTUALLY know about marine animals?

This Earth Month, Earth Rangers has teamed up with Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS) to help protect marine animals on Canada’s west coast. For every dollar you raise for your Bring Back the Wild campaign, a donation* will be made to CPAWS to help protect our marine animal friends. And to test your marine animal smarts, we’ve created the ultimate quiz to find out if you’re on your way to becoming a true marine animal expert!


*Up to $25,000

Have you ever seen whales or dolphins swimming in pods? Maybe you’ve seen a group of seals near a pier, or a seabird in flight!
Tell us about your marine animal adventures in the comments!

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  1. WildBernhardt says:

    I really enjoyed that quiz!

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  2. EarthMinion says:

    so pretty

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  3. Sirmorgonlot says:

    I got 30 at the first quiz and 90 after

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  4. Sirmorgonlot says:

    Let’s go Whales

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  5. abigailrsm says:

    lets go

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  6. Bwinnie1 says:

    I liked taking this quiz.

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  7. Owlgirl05 says:

    I have never been on a marine adventure but I want to one day! I’m happy I got most of the questions right. I like saving the earth as being an earth ranger :)

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