Animali

Humpback Whale

Mammal
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Bald Eagle

Birds
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Steller Sea Lion

Mammal
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
Haulout on rocky shorelines

DIET:
Carnivores - they feed on fish including herring, pollock, flounder, Pacific cod, salmon, rockfish, sculpins, and invertebrates such as octopus and squid

PREDATORS:
Killer Whales

River Otter

Mammal
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
River otters live in coastal waters and on rocky shores.

DIET:
River otters are opportunitistic feeders and prey on a variety of aquatic and terrestrial animals, including perch, sculpin, flatfish, crayfish, mussels, frogs, as well as diving birds.

PREDATORS:
River otters often escape predation -- birds of prey, coyotes and other large animals -- through their agility in the water and on land.

Puget Sound King Crab

Invertebrates
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
Puget Sound king crabs live in rock outcrops in strong currents.

DIET:
King crabs eat eeastars, other echinoderms and sea anemones.

Giant Pacific Octopus

Invertebrates
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
Giant Pacific octopus live in areas between the low-tide line to depths of 502 metres.

DIET:
Giant Pacific octopus eat rockfish, herring, crab, snails, and clams.

PREDATORS:
Seals, sea lions, and whales are predators to Giant Pacific octopus.

Chinook Salmon

Fish
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
Freshwater streams and estuaries provide important habitat for chinook salmon

DIET:
Chinook salmon feed on terrestrial and aquatic insects, amphipods, and other crustaceans while young, and primarily on other fish when older

PREDATORS:
Resident Killer Whales

Harbour Seal

Mammal
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:

HABITAT:
Harbour seals live in coastal waters and on rocky shores.

DIET:
Harbour seals are opportunistic feeders. They eat flounder, sculpin, hake, cod, herring, octopus, and squid.

PREDATORS:
Transient Killer Whales

Resident Killer Whale

Mammal
Category: Order: Family: Conservation Status:
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