By: Calvin Borremans
Sea Otters Habitat
why are they endangered
list of reasons they are endangered
- limited food due to commercial fishing
- tangled in fishing nets and drowning
- oil spills
- hunted for thick fur
Sea Otter Diet
They eat mainly
approximately eating 25% of their weight in food each day
have the densest fur of any animal ranging from 250,000 to a million hairs per square inch
The heaviest member of the weasel family
can dive up to 330 feet when foraging for food.
They use small rocks or other objects to pry shellfish from rocks and to hammer them open.