Arctic terns fly over 40,000 kilometers each year. They travel from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Then they go back again.
Salmon live in the ocean, but they lay their eggs in rivers. They travel up to 900 miles to get to rivers to lay their eggs.
Humpback whales make long journeys every year. In the summer, they head north. The water in the Arctic is icy cold. In the winter, they head south to tropical waters.
|Animal Travel Distances|
| Salmon|| 1448km|
| Humpback Whale|| 8400km|
Based on the passage and the table, which animal travels the farthest?
Both a and b