Save the Sea Otter
Did you know that there are less than 2,000 sea otters left in the world? If you read this article you can learn why sea otters matter, threats to the otter, and how you can help.
Sea Otters matter because sea otters prey on sea urchins. They find
food in kelp forests. Sea Otters play a big role in the kelp forests. Sea Otters die then that would cause some trouble. Every animal in the sea
Depends on the sea otter why? Well sea urchins eat kelp sea otters
Dive down and eat the sea urchin. If there are no more sea otters
The sea urchins would eat up the kelp and it would ruin the forests.
The cute, cuddly creatures are in danger of extinction. People spill oil into their home (The Ocean) which gets on their fur. If oil gets on their fur they can't swim. When they go out to get food they might drown.
Maybe YOU can help. If you see trash on a beach please pick it up. If you want to help more than please go to WWF, the World Wildlife Fund, and donate.
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