Habitat. A river otter in the San Anselmo Creek. Although commonly called a
"river otter", the North American river otter is found in a ...
River otters choose their habitat based on how much food and shelter they can
find. As a result, their habitat can change depending on the season. For example
The North American River Otter is the only river otter found north of Mexico. Its
luscious pelt, which ... River otters live in all types of habitats. The only
Includes information about the life span, habitat, size, and diet of the sea otter.
... lakes, rivers, estuaries and marshes—in cold, warm or even high elevation
areas—as long as the habitat provides adequate food. River otter dens are along
Sea Otters have very distinct habitats. The sea otters usually live near the shore
waters of the North Pacific, from Japan, north to the coast of the Kamchatka ...
Otter Habitat. Otters can flourish anywhere there are fish. At first glance the photo
of those three otters in the snow seems to disprove that. That was a cold day ...
Lifespan: Sea otters can live up to 25 years of age, although the average lifespan
is 10 to 12 years. ... Habitat: Sea otters are coastal, shallow water dwellers.
Although sea otters belong to the same family as weasels and river otters, they
live in a vastly different habitat than these more terrestrial-oriented cousins.
The otter's main habitat is along the sea shore and the banks of rivers, lakes and
streams. They are territorial and their territories cover 1 - 3 km along the sea ...