What are a group of sea otter called?
A group of sea otters is called a "raft." This is most likely a reference to the appearance of a group of sea otters: When they do congregate, sea otters often rest closely together, their log-like bodies moored one to the other either by holding paws or by anchoring themselves in the same bed of kelp.
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Answer . A group of otters is called a family, romp or raft.
baby otter is a "PUP"
Bark Seamson. I thought it was called a pup.
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A female sea otter is referred to as a bitch. The male sea otter isknown as a dog and the offspring of sea otters are called pups.
They are called pups.
They are called "rafts."
A large group of sea otters is called a raft.
A male sea otter is called a dog.
A female otter is called a bi*ch, a male otter is called a dog and otter young are called pups.
When found in water, yes. However, other collective describingotters include bevy, family, lodge, and romp. "Raft" can also beused as an informal noun meaning a lot of somethi…ng or a greatquantity of something, as in "I have a raft of reasons todisagree."