Otters display many different unique behaviors. Try to locate each highlighted behavior by tapping on the correct otter!
Otters dive in order to retrieve food items such as crabs, clams, and urchins from the sea floor. When a new mother leaves her baby to hunt, she wraps the pup in seaweed.
Otters eat up to 25 percent of their body weights every day. They also use stones in order to crack open their food. Many carry their favorite rock in a special armpit pouch.
Otters have the densest fur of any animal. This excellent insulation needs to be kept clean at all times in order to function properly.
Our otters’ favorite resting place is the large pile of ice that the animal care team provides them. Sometimes, as enrichment, extra food items are mixed in with the ice for the otters to discover.