The mom teaches otters how to swim. Nature I guess is a better
Otters are mammals but they can swim and live in water.
they swim on their backs in water
Sea otters use their rear flippers to move and use their tail to navigate their movement. They don't swim fast and they usually swim on their back on the water's surface.
swim and look after there young
so they can swim quickly
No. They are very quick those lil otters.
the otters use their paws to swim fast away from predators
Yes. Remarkably well, actually.
they like to swim in a river.
Yes they swim mostly on there backs and spend most there time in the water. :D
otters line near river, streams and oceans. so yes they swim.
many animals can swim. some include otters, sharks and certain insects.
Whales, seals, otters, beavers...
Yes, their natural habitat involves water.
Sea otters actually do swim alone in case breakfast, lunch, or dinner passes by and they won't have to fight over the meal, but sea otters do sleep in groups wrapped in seaweed, so they won't float away.
Otters can swim at fast speeds, crack open oyster shells (and other crustaceans), and can even be taught to do tricks!
otters swim in the water to find food and hide from other animals such as sharks,and other bigger sea creatures
they can swim for a long time because they need to find food and/or protect their family. =)
So their nuts dont get wet.
Swim, eat, mate, play, and sleep.
Because it helps them swim better :)
It helps them swim better.
Otters have webbed feet so they can swim better than not having webbed feet.
Otters and polar bears are two mammals that swim extremely well underwater.
They swim and dive and hunt for fish and crustaceans.