Southern Sea Otters Perform A Well Synchronize Routine In Water

Animals tend to do a lot of things unintentionally which ends up overloading with adorableness. When such things happen, it is a basic fact that we need to understand that they are innocent in moments like such and don’t have the knowledge to think like humans to realize what is honestly happening.

Otters are not only the most friendly creature but also always entertaining and full of life. They are also curious little fellows who love to explore new things as well as the party animals of the sea. Otters are marine mammals that are also known for intelligence. They live in offshore environments where they dive to the seafloor for food. Otters are really special marine mammals, and we should the point of why we should try to make things work to keep them safe.

Raft of Otters Swimming together in water
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A raft of Southern sea otters was seen joyfully unintentionally swimming in a synchronized pattern at the Elkhorn Slough Moss Landing, California. These adorable otters were swimming a routine from one side of the intel to the other. Onlookers who noticed the odd but amusing show displayed by the otters enjoyed every single moment of it.

Otter in water staring at camera
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Over 50 otters were seen floating on their backs, with their little heads above the water while using their tiny feet to paddle across the water. However, otters raise their paws out of the water to keep them from getting cold.

Over a dozen of otters swimming together in water
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Watch the videos below and enjoy the Olympics of ballet in water performed by Southern Sea Otters.

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