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What kind of food do sea otters eat?


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2009-03-10 17:49:36
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starfish, clams, and mussels

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Can sea otters eat humans? no

Sea otters can eat the following -mussels -calms -fish and other small animals that can fit in their mouth.

because its their food, they usually eat shellfish and fish

In the sea, they love to eat clams from the sea bed.

Not really. They eat sea urchins. They have a special kind of pouch for the sea urchin's spikes.

Yes, killer whales eat sea otters, although they're less popular than the different kind of seals.

Yes, orcas eat sea otters.

Probably because it is food they like that they can catch.

The otters favourite food is sea urchins.

Alligators DON'T eat sea otters, Killer whales (orcas) do!

they eat deer, Elk, bear, sea lions, seals, sea otters, salmon, Halibut, and Shellfish to accompany food.

Sea Urchins eat kelp forests, but sea otters help the forest because they eat the sea urchins.

Sea otters have to eat at least 25% oftheir body weight each day.

No! Sea otters eat mollusks (small octopodes, clams, mussels etc.).

Transient whales, will occasionally take sea otters.

Sea otters are eaten by orcas (killer whales.)

Sea otters eat a wide range of food, slow moving fish and marine invertebrates such as abalones, clams, crabs, mussels, octopuses, prawns, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, scallops, snails, squid, and starfish.

sea otters eat sea urchins

Sea otters are secondary consumers. This because sea urchins are primary and sea otters eat sea urchins.

Mother sea otters nurse their young. They aggresively defend their young from intruders. Baby sea otters are called pups. The pups are weaned at 14 weeks. By three or four months, Giant River otters eat solid food.

cougars dont live in the same ecosystem as sea otters

Sea otters eat invertebrates such as sea urchis, clams, crabs, etc. And they sometimes use rocks to break open their prey.

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