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Hungry Sea Otters Fight Climate Change | The Beacon: Oceana's Blog

Sea Otters once numbered in the hundreds of thousands, before the Russians nearly hunted them into extinction for their fur. Even though the sea otter's population rebounded well during the 20th century, the IUCN still lists sea otters as an Endangered Species, threatened by oil pollution, predation by killer whales, and mortality related to fisheries.

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Sea otter - These furry mammals swim around on their backs and balance snacks on their bellies while they chew away. They are native to the North Pacific Ocean. Credit: Dreamstime