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Yes sea otters live off the coast of California USA

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Sea Otters live in Washington and Oregon, Alaska, Canada, Russia, and Japan. They live in pretty much any body of water lakes, rivers, streams, etc. They sleep by floating on the surface of the water and they hunt down below the surface. Sea Otters live in salt water and fresh. ANSWER 2 Sea otters inhabit coasts and islands. They are usually found within 1 mile of the coast line. Sea otters are found along the Pacific coast of South America from Peru to Tierra del Fuego. In North America (more specifically in the Northern Pacific) They are found along the coast in Alaska, British Colombia Canada, and Washington state in the US. In California, sea otters are found in the area from Half Moon Bay to Point Conception. On the western side of the North Pacific sea otters inhabit the area from Hokkaido, Japan to the Commander Islands. The sea otter used to be abundant from the islands in and around Japan north to the Russian coast and Alaska and down through Baja California, Mexico. Over hunting has reduced the southern California population, so only a few are found in Mexico.

an otter lives in rivers Most otters of any species live within 1 mile of water including streams, rivers, lakes, ponds and the ocean.

In general, otters of any species live between 10 and 15 years. Some otters in a zoo habitat have lived more than 20 years.

cougars live almost any where. they can live from coast to coast on North America. They mainly live in the mountains. usually in most regions.

Yes and No. They do live in open colonies but any individual otter can go where it wishes.

not exactly. some sharks will take bites and kill the otters but spit them out because they do not taste good.

Yes, the plural noun 'otters' is a common noun; a general word for semi-aquatic mammals related to weasels; a word for any otters of any kind.

well otters are very horny creatures and will make love to each other when ever they can. so otters can have any where from 52 to 690 little otters a year. and they do it in the butt also. yes otters are gay also

I'm not from any state I live in the UK!

They don't live in any state. Mermaids aren't real.

They live of the coast of California and have not been seen any where else in the world.

yes, otters ar just like any other animals

You are going to have to apply where you live. A judge will not review a case from another state.

The giant otters predators are the jaguar and cougars.Young otters may be vulnerable to such predators as foxes, wolves, and raptors.Sea otters may be consumed by killer whales, among others.Any animals higher in the food chain are otters' enemies, even man.

no there are not any Indian reservations near the coast of Texas......but there some in New Mexico and Washington State.

they can live in any state except alaska.

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of course you can. you can buy a car from any state and live in any state too. you just have to do an out of state title transfer. and if your state requires an inspection, youll have to do that too.

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