They have to protect themselves from sea otters and birds
they use it to disguise themselves
they die and die
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The mother protects the baby, by holding and keeping warm.
If they were in danger then yes, an otter would protect itself.
sea otters camouflage by wrapping themselves with the kelp
Sea otters tangle themselves up in the kelp, while they sleep, so they do not float away
To anchor themselves so they don't drift out to sea while sleeping
Otters are fast swimmers, but can also jump onto land to avoid predators.
try not to litter or pollute the waters
Sea otters are able to camouflage themselves with the kelp in the water. They are also known to float around on beds of kelp.
the spikes on a sea urchin protect it.
It Swims Away Or Hides In Kelp
sometimes unless they have kids to protect or food.
Sea otters have to groom themselves regularly, in order to keep their coats waterproof, which also helps to insulate them against the cold.
Sea otters often sleep on top of the water. Their fur has air pockets which keep them afloat and they tangle themselves in kelp or sea weed as to not drift to far from shore.
In the US, there are both federal laws and state laws that protect the otter. These laws make it illegal to hunt, harrass, or capture sea otters.
yes, sea otters have young sea otters called pups
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.
a sea otters habitat is the sea
All otters are mammals, including sea otters.
Since 2010, there are around 3000. This including, California sea otters, Alaskan sea otters and Russian sea otters.
They try to camouflage themselves.