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Have you seen our auditorium presentation, “Luna: A Sea Otter’s Story”? Well, the real-life Luna, who was featured in the PBS Nature program, “Saving Otter 501,” recently had her second pup in the wild, according to our otter spotters. That’s good news for Luna, and for sea otter conservation.
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Did you miss “Saving Otter 501”, the remarkable story of a stranded three-day-old otter pup rescued by the Aquarium? It’s being rebroadcast on KQED Dec. 4-6.
Against all odds, will this tiny otter be able to return to her home in the wild? Find out!
Did you see #Otter501 on PBS last week? If so, then you know how much work it takes to save sea otters. Fortunately, you can help! Late CA tax filers can still check the box to donate to the sea otter fund. The project has raised 98% of its goal—just a few thousand more dollars to go!
Life is comfortable for #Otter501 now, but what does the future hold? Find out when PBS airs the amazing story of this rescued pup Wednesday night, Oct. 16!
Is this the ultimate example of tough love? Otter rescuer Karl Mayer wears a disguise to prevent pup 501 from getting attached to him. This helps ensure the pup will survive on its own in the wild. Watch the amazing story of #Otter501 on PBS this Wednesday!