a sea otter's whiskers are used for finding food and they sense vibrations.
A sea otter's whiskers are used for finding food and they sense vibrations in the water.
to feel movement of prey in the water
sea otters usually hide among sea kelp or on or in amongst rocks.
yes, sea otters have young sea otters called pups
a sea otters habitat is the sea
They use it to catch fish
Sea otters eat invertebrates such as sea urchis, clams, crabs, etc. And they sometimes use rocks to break open their prey.
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.
People kill sea otters because they are the hairiest animal on earth! this is why people kill sea otters so don't kill them because of their fur or how much money you can get out of them.
Sea otters were not invented.
sea otters have fur and otters don't
Can sea otters eat humans? no
where do sea otters rest
Sea otters do not eat kelp but they do live in the kelp forests. They use the deep cover as protection from predators. Sea otters eat the red sea urchin that will destroy a kelp forest if left unchecked.
yes they do live in the sea that's why they are called sea otters.
In order to find their prey at a river, lake, or ocean bottom more easily when the visual field is compromised. It also makes them cuter.
With use of genetic and fossil evidence, sea otters have been around for at least 5 million years.
Sea otters are secondary consumers. This because sea urchins are primary and sea otters eat sea urchins.
sea otters live on the coast or near islands
There are three types of the marine otters the Alaskan, the Russian and the California sea otters. There are about 3000 California sea otters and around 150000 Alaskan and Russian sea otters.
Yes, sea otters do communicate they communicate with other otters by rubbing noses
Sea otters do not have gills because they are mammals.
Sea otters get to be 4 to 5ft long
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