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Live HD Stream of California Sea Otters in the Wild from Seaotters.com

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Another great webcam joins the plethora of animal cams! Who can get enough of peeking in on animals as they go about their day?

At seaotters.com/live , the world’s first HD live stream of CA sea otters in the wild catches otters at Elkhorn Slough, the largest tract of tidal salt marsh in California outside of the San Francisco Bay. It’s home to the largest concentration of southern sea otters on the California coast. The slough and wetlands provide critical habitat for hundreds of species, including sea otters, sea lions, harbor seals, great egrets and brown pelicans. At the mouth of the Elkhorn Slough sits the Moss Landing Harbor, in which lies a one of a kind spot where otters love to hang out together to play, groom, eat, and nap. Go take a look!

Be sure to follow seaotters.com on social media. I’m pretty sure it’s all manned by humans rather than those dexterous pawed cuties, but you’ll find it’s a good place to get updates on how to enjoy and help preserve these creatures.

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Joanne Manaster About the Author: Joanne Manaster is a university level cell and molecular biology lecturer with an insatiable passion for science outreach to all ages. Enjoy her quirky videos at www.joannelovesscience.com, on twitter @sciencegoddess and on her Facebook page at JoanneLovesScience Follow on Twitter @sciencegoddess.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American.





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