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Hungry sea otters helping save California's marshlands from erosion

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By CHRISTINA LARSON

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Beautiful, fascinating and playful creatures in to the bargain.

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Wonderful creatures, yes, but as marsupials, they are quite vicious. Don't anthropomorphize them - they'll chew your face off.

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Otters aren't marsupials.

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Sea Otters are champions of the environment. Way to go!

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When I was trekking through Laos I stayed at a lodge where there was a friendly, tamed and free to go as he pleased otter. This otter loved people and I had the pleasure to meet him as he loved to come up on my lap in the evenings for pets on his belly and it was such a treat to have the pleasure of his company. Prayers for these otters they live a long life, people treat them with the respect they have earned and they are not mistreated.

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I can testify that there are many otters living happily here in Cali.

The times we went to Alaska, saw hundreds of them.

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