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2009-03-29 20:18:26
2009-03-29 20:18:26

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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