How long do giant otters live?

Answer In the wild, a giant otter's life spans about 12 years. In captivity, it may live to be up to 21 years old. Giant otters, inhabitants of the rain forest and rivers of South America, are the rarest ... Read More »

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How long do otters live for?

Otters live about 10 to 20 years, depending on the species, according to the San Diego Zoo. The oldest sea otter in captivity was a female that lived to be 28. There are 13 species of otters.Source... Read More »

How Long Does a Giant Lavender Hyssop Live and Grow?

The giant lavender hyssop (Agastache scrophulariifolia) is a wildflower native to the U.S. More commonly called the purple giant hyssop, this plant is desirable for its tall, slender stalks of flow... Read More »

Do river otters live in colorado?

The Colorado Division of Wildlife website states that by the beginning of the 1900s, river otters no longer existed in Colorado. However, in the 1970s, a Division of Wildlife program restored otter... Read More »

In which biome do Congo clawless otters live?

Congo clawless otters are found in the freshwater rivers and streams in the dense rainforest or swampland of western Central Africa. While much is not known about the otter, many scholars believe t... Read More »