Otters are air-breathing mammals and spend much of their time in the water. In a sense, I guess they do live in water, but in the same sense, they live on land as well.
Well, they are otter's and they live in the sea or water.
yes, they can survive in fresh water as well as saline water
external body features help organisms survive by providing protection from other animals, and for a sort of armor material, as well as a possible mating insignia
well you see... clams survive by filter feeding.
Otters and polar bears are two mammals that swim extremely well underwater.
Yes, beetles do drink water and need it to survive. Most insects depend on water as well as food sources in order to survive.
Well, no animal can survive without water, but camels can go awhile without water. That's why they are mainly used in the desert.
well technically they can't survive without water but CSIRO is developing a liquid that will survive in a drought
well otters are very horny creatures and will make love to each other when ever they can. so otters can have any where from 52 to 690 little otters a year. and they do it in the butt also. yes otters are gay also
Homosexuality has been observed in many species and undoubtedly exists in otters as well, although most otters, like most people, are heterosexual.
Otters do extremely well in captivity. Zoos look after otters by giving them food and keeping them safe from their natural predators. In captivity, otters can live between 20 and 25 years.