Sea Otter – Keeping Clean
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The sea otter is an endangered marine mammal that spends a significant portion of its life in coastal waters in varying habitats usually in the Northern Hemisphere. Sea otters are diurnal, but rest during midday. They are fastidious groomers. Sea otters will often raft together in single sex groups, they will also wrap themselves in sea kelp to stop themselves from drifting away when resting.
Unlike other marine mammals, it lacks blubber, using fur instead to keep warm, the sea otter also has large kidneys which make it able to drink sea water, though it gets most of its water from its food. It has the densest fur of any in the animal kingdom and the hunting for this fur is one of the primary reasons it is now so threatened.