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Sea Otter Foundation & Trust 7h
What does your weekend look like? Hmm...
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Hugh Ryono 9h
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Hugh Ryono Aug 13
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SeaOtters.com Aug 12
Sooo cute! mom grooming pup as it nurses.
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Doughty Daredevils 17h
A colour close up of Orla’s death defying ski jump!
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Doughty Daredevils 17h
Ollie looking snazzy in his new ski gear!
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Catherine Babault Aug 10
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Hughes Marine Ecology Lab 6h
Great coverage of recovery by . . Spoiler: There is still a lot more to learn!
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Defenders of Wildlife Aug 12
Friends of the , a -based organization, will be joining our organization & helping us expand our federal advocacy for otters under the , Marine Mammal Protection Act & statewide environmental laws!
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Lauren M. Haack, PhD Aug 11
In case you need a or a little brightness in your day, the just adopted new pups
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Hugh Ryono Aug 9
After months of social distancing its nice to know that you still recognize that person in the mirror.
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IBookery 10h
Furry engineers: sea otters in California's estuaries surprise scientists ⁩ ⁦
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Hugh Ryono Aug 11
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Hugh Ryono Aug 8
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EduMaritime Aug 11
Top story: : 'OKAY , let's talk about being JERKS. I know, I know. They look so cute and innocent and cuddly. But did you know that males have been observed to regularly hold a females'… , see more
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Melissa Cristina Márquez Aug 11
Replying to @mcmsharksxx
In a recent study, Teri Nicholson, a senior research biologist at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, trawled through 30+ yrs of stranding records (725 animals) and found that the are keeping the sea otters hemmed in.
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Bob Dylan Aug 12
, can’t we save both and ? Can’t we apply behavioral modifications to the sharks? What if we put a bunch of decoys of the sea otters out in the ocean and then when a great white does their exploratory bite the decoy can administer a shock or something?
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Melissa Cristina Márquez Aug 11
Replying to @hakaimagazine
Apparently 63% of strandings are due to emaciation. But at the edge of their range is another story, with bites causing the largest proportion of strandings. More here with :
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Hugh Ryono Aug 7
That moment of contemplation just before you start a new adventure.
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Be Sea Otter Savvy Aug 12
Be an early bird and reserve your sea otter now! With a variety of T-shirts and hoodies help us bridge the gap of awareness. All proceeds support 's research and conservation efforts.
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