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Species Ambassador Olive the Sea Otter Dies After White Shark Bite

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) confirmed that the sea otter known as “Olive” died from a shark bite. Olive was estimated around seven years old. Scientists last spotted Olive alive on Feb. 15, 2015, and then a private citizen reported discovering her dead on the beach March 22. After her rescue and rehabilitation [...]

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Sea Otter Gives Birth to Twins at Point Lobos

Once the news broke that a female sea otter gave birth to twins last week, we headed down the coast to Point Lobos to see if we could spot the trio. By the time we had arrived, Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sea Otter Research & Conservation (SORAC) team had already rescued one of the pups, as [...]

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