True or False
1)   T   F   Sea turtles are actually reptiles
2)   T   F   Reptiles are actually insects
3)   T   F   Plastic is part of a nutritious diet for sea birds
4)   T   F   There are forests in the ocean
5)   T   F   There are oceans in the forest
6)   T   F   Coral reefs are spiky ocean cactus plants
7)   T   F   A tomato is a fruit
8)   T   F   Killer Whales (orcas) aren’t really whales
1)   True     Sea Turtles are reptiles of the order Testudines and of the suborder Cryptodira
2)   False   Reptiles are a class of vertebrates made up mostly of snakes, turtles, lizards, and crocodilians.
3)   False   Plastic is a very dangerous material for sea birds, especially when they mistake it for food
4)   True     Kelp forests
5)   False   That doesn’t even make sense!
6)   False   Corals are actually marine animals!
7)   True    Tomatoes fit the scientific definition of fruit as they form from a flower and contain seeds.
8)   True    Orcas are largest breed of of dolphins in existence
9)   False  Sea stars lack a number of fishy anatomical features, including gills, scales or fins. Categorized in the phylum Echinodermata, they’re invertebrates, and are related to sand dollars, sea urchins, sea cucumbers and sea lilies.


3. Largest animal to ever live on earth: a blue WHALE

6. Hottest planet in our solar system VENUS

7. 70 percent of the earth's surface is covered by OCEAN

8. Animal with three hearts OCTOPUS

9. When water naturally freezes into SNOW it is considered a mineral, but manmade ice is not

12. Our seabird logo is an ALBATROSS

14. Tallest type of tree on the planet REDWOOD

15. What moves faster uphill than down? FIRE

16. A durable, man-made material that lasts forever PLASTIC

17. A storm DRAIN is where water/rain carries bits of trash and plastic from streets and gutters out to creeks and waterways


1. A roundish floaty object usually found at birthday parties, but one that can be deadly to wild animals like sea turtles and birds: BALLOONS (should have been balloon with no s, but we goofed)

2. The name of the albatross (giant seabird) that our company is named after: WISDOM

3. Albatross can glide for hours over the open ocean without once flapping their WINGS

4. The ocean is downhill from EVERYWHERE

5. Percent of earth's water that is available for our daily needs (the rest is ocean/salt water, or frozen in ice caps and glaciers): ONE

10. Only continent with no active volcanoes: AUSTRALIA

11. A sparkly craft material made out of finely cut pieces of plastic: GLITTER

13. The only element on the planet that is a completely nonrenewable resource (also used to fill 16 across): HELIUM