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Answered 2014-08-21 17:01:22

Sea otters need food and fresh water to survive. They also need shelter for their pups and protection form predators in the wild.


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the need fish to survive

Yes they do survive in cold weather.

only sea otters and it depends on the type of otter

yes, sea otters have young sea otters called pups

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.

Sea otters were not invented.

sea otters have fur and otters don't

Sea otters are important to the ecosystem because they help with the health and stability of the marine ecosystem. They eat sea urchins which can destroy kelp forests that other animals depend on to survive.

Can sea otters eat humans? no

where do sea otters rest

yes they do live in the sea that's why they are called sea otters.

Otters have fur because they need it to survive the cold waters of the Northern Pacific ocean and the Southern Pacific ocean.

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 live in the pelagic environment. They are able to survive in the high levels of salt, regulate their body temperature and are able to adapt to the low-oxygen environment.

Sea otters do not have gills because they are mammals.

Sea otters get to be 4 to 5ft long

sea otters excrete in water and on land

Yes, sea otters are able to dig.

sea otters do have hollow fur to help them float... so yes sea otters have hollow hair.

Oil harms sea otters......if it gets into its fur. The sea otters prey are cats, white sharks, and orcas.

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