Do sea otters migrate?

Answer The sea otter (Enhydra lutris) does not migrate, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. They prefer to stay in one general area all of their lives. But if food is scarce in one area, ... Read More »

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Do river otters migrate?

Although river otters do not migrate, they may travel up to 26 miles each day throughout their territory to frequent resting sites, dens and latrine areas. River otters are most frequently seen dur... Read More »

How much do sea otters eat a day?

The amount that sea otters (scientific name: Enhydra lutris) eat is dependent upon their weight. Adult sea otters are able to eat 25 to 30 percent of their body weight in a single day. Female adu... Read More »

How big are otters?

The North American river otter (Lutra Canadensis) can reach 4 feet in length and weigh between 20 and 28 pounds. The sea otter (Enhydra lutris), which lives off the coast in the Pacific Ocean from ... Read More »

How do sea otters reproduce?

Sea otters are thick-furred, endangered sea animals, in the weasel family, that tend to spend most of their life in the water. When sea otters reproduce, they create pups that are born and nurtured... Read More »