Otters are carnivorous mammals in the subfamily Lutrinae. The 13 extant otter
species are all ... Otters live up to 16 years; they are by nature playful, and frolic in
the water with their pups. Its...
Who What Where How River otters can be found all across the United States
except for in the desert and the Florida Keys. They live in both freshwater and ...
The two types of otters -- sea otters and North American river otters -- have very
different habitats and locations. River otters are found in noncoastal water areas
Males do not help raise young otters. Females retreat to their underground dens
to deliver litters of one to six young. When the young are only about two months ...
These aquatic otters do more than sleep while floating on their backs. They are
often seen with a clam or mussel and a rock that has been deftly snared from the
Otters live in both freshwater and seawater and are found everywhere in the
world with the exception of Antarctica and Australia. They live on land in "holts," ...
Jan 12, 2012 ... Winter may not change where river otters live, but it does change some of their
daily habits. For example, they are more diurnal (active during ...
In California, river otters live in the San Francisco Bay watershed. They live along
the banks of rivers and streams in the mountains, and they live in man-made ...
Otter - Lutra lutra. The otter is a large member of the weasel family (mustelids)
with an amphibious ... They do not take to the water until they are 2 - 3 months old
However, otters that live at the coast do need access to some freshwater habitat
to bathe. Within these habitats otters feed on a range of both aquatic and ...