sea otters have fur and otters don't
No. Sea otters hunt separately but they live with other otters in rafts.
Humans used to hunt otters for fur.
Seals hunt fish, in the water, all the time
seals, and pelicans, and otters
River otters are hunted for their valuable fur.
Otters are nocturnal and spend their evenings searching for food
Large group of piranhas can hunt otters and eat them.
yes otters live in the ocean along with dolphins,fish,seals,ect.
Otters and polar bears both hunt in the sea.
Platypuses are only related to seals and otters in that they are all semi-aquatic mammals. Even there, the similarity is flimsy, because seals and otters are placental mammals, whereas platypuses are monotremes, or egg-laying mammals, one of only two types of such animals in the world.
Harbor Seals Sea Otters
Whales, seals, otters, beavers...
They are from the same super-family of Arctoidea, which in turn splits into the super-families of Pinnipedia (Seals, sea lions) and Musteloidea (otters, ferrets, weasels, etc)
Harp seals eat mostly crabs and fish. They hunt in the water finding crabs on the bottom. They do not hunt on land.
We kill otters in nets sometimes other than that large sharks have been known to kill otters but mainly mistaking them for seals etc.
no, they are just different marine animals
If you mean what do otters eat, then they eat fish, and shellfish. Also, Giant river otters will occasionally attack a caiman wandering into their territory.
They hunt fish. Because that is what they eat.
They suck and i dont know why.
sea otters, whales, birds, and seals
elk,seals,salmon, sea otters,and whales
otters seals and hippos crocodiles and alligators
yes and no. they hunt fish and lion seals hunt them
The Kwakiutl ate many aquatic type foods such as sea otters, fish, whales and seals. They also would hunt deer, birds and small game and gather roots and berries.
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