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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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baby otter is a "PUP"
A female sea otter is referred to as a bitch. The male sea otter is known as a dog and the offspring of sea otters are called pups.
They sometimes live in a big grup or just with a couple more otters with them.The only time they would be alone is when some one hunts them because even at zoos they are not a…lone.
Answer A group of otters is called a family, romp or raft.
Typically they're considered a bale, sometimes a nest.
They are called "rafts."
a sea otter swims around and eats fish and coral
Sea otters enjoy company and often travel in packs or pairs, and live in large groups. They will wander off by themselves, but they are known to form groups both small and l…arge.
They mate , then create more sea otters (; - Breannaaa Summer =) Sea Otters are very social creatures and are often in pods when they eat, raft up in kelp to sleep, haul out… on rocks, play, mate, fight and protect each other.
They are called pups.
When found in water, yes. However, other collective describing otters include bevy, family, lodge, and romp. "Raft" can also be used as an informal noun meaning a lot of s…omething or a great quantity of something, as in "I have a raft of reasons to disagree."