Our film is about a real sea otter pup who wouldn’t have survived without the Monterey Bay Aquarium Sea Otter Research and Conservation program. Donate here to save a life: http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/otter501/
This behbeh McOttersons is all…“I can hold the bottle myself THANK YOU VERY MOSHE!”
Pup fluff! Too cute.
Ever wonder what sea otters do during winter storms? Many of them seek out sheltered coves or wrap themselves in kelp. However, otter moms have been known to swim in a large circular pattern, speedily swimming upwind and slowly coasting downwind allowing the pup to nurse and catch a few zz’s on the smooth ride back.
A wild momma sea otter is with her pup almost constantly for 6 months providing food, protection, grooming services (very important!) and a good resting spot as needed. She only leaves the pup to dive for food and is able to find her floaty fluffball again by his distinctive high-pitched cry.
The New England Aquarium’s explorers make a stop to see our otters! Check out these great photos.