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Does this play have a purpose?
Keeping our sea otters busy is a full time job, and an important one too. Giving the otters fun toys and teaching them new behaviors, like walking onto a scale or holding a target with their paws, helps keep them healthy and happy.
Who is that masked man, and why is he dressed like that?
Answer: Our otter care staff wear disguises to prevent young otters from bonding with their caregivers, facilitating their eventual release to the wild.
What animal has a million hairs per square inch, uses its stomach as a plate, and likes to break things? Right you are!
Checked out our Otter Spotter station lately? Our guides say they’re seeing more otters than ever right now! Enjoy an all-otters weekend during Otter Days, Sept. 21-22!