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Northern Elephant Seal pup being rehabilitated at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center

Northern Elephant Seal pup being rehabilitated at the Pacific Marine Mammal Center

Yippy Yay!!! Happy Day!!! Tomorrow is Friday!!! Yesterday near the Moss Landing Marina I caught this cute little Sea Otter enjoying a rare, warm sunny day. Monterey Bay and Elkhorn Slough are two areas with some of the highest concentrations of the California Southern Sea Otter (one of three subspecies) in the world. Once there were hundreds of thousands living all along the Pacific coast, but they were almost brought to extinction during the 1800's because of being hunted for their…

Yippy Yay!!! Happy Day!!! Tomorrow is Friday!!! Yesterday near the Moss Landing Marina I caught this cute little Sea Otter enjoying a rare, warm sunny day. Monterey Bay and Elkhorn Slough are two areas with some of the highest concentrations of the California Southern Sea Otter (one of three subspecies) in the world. Once there were hundreds of thousands living all along the Pacific coast, but they were almost brought to extinction during the 1800's because of being hunted for their…

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Aquarium of the Pacific | Online Learning Center | Southern Sea Otter

Aquarium of the Pacific | Online Learning Center | Southern Sea Otter

Return to the Aquarium of the Pacific as a volunteer!

Return to the Aquarium of the Pacific as a volunteer!

A-Z Animals - The sea otter is a small marine mammal native to the north and eastern coasts of the Pacific Ocean. Despite the fact that sea otters are the largest members of the weasel family, sea otters are among the smallest mammals in the marine world.

A-Z Animals - The sea otter is a small marine mammal native to the north and eastern coasts of the Pacific Ocean. Despite the fact that sea otters are the largest members of the weasel family, sea otters are among the smallest mammals in the marine world.

Without sea otters off the Pacific coast of North America the giant kelp beds are destroyed by sea urchins.

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Without sea otters off the Pacific coast of North America the giant kelp beds are destroyed by sea urchins.

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