Smooth-Coated Otter: Habitat, Adaptations & Facts

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When do baby smooth-coated otters open their eyes?

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1. How do smooth-coated otters help fishermen?

2. Which of the following is NOT part of the smooth-coated otter's diet?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Discover what you know about smooth-coated otters with this quiz/worksheet. Consider study topics like when baby smooth-coated otters first open their eyes and the way smooth-coated otters could help a fisherman.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These key points will be addressed:

  • Diet of smooth-coated otters
  • Places these creatures call home
  • Their reason for going into forests that are flooded

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about smooth-coated otters
  • Making connections - use your understanding of a characteristic of the otter's behavior to explain how fishermen benefit from it
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what smooth-coated otters eat and where they live

Additional Learning

Learn more about these animals with the accompanying lesson called Smooth-Coated Otter: Habitat, Adaptations & Facts. Bullet points are listed below:

  • Semi-aquatic nature of these animals
  • Specific details about their habitats
  • Adaptations to their environments
  • The way they reproduce and other facts about their attributes
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