Long Beach Aquarium Joins A Sea Otter Foster Program For Orphaned Pups

Long Beach Aquarium Joins A Sea Otter Foster Program For Orphaned Pups


MORE THAN 60 MILLION IN THAT STATE ALONE ACCORDING TO ADWEEK. THE AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC THROUGH A BIG PARTY TO WELCOME US, BRAND-NEW MEMBER, LOOK AT HER. THAT IS MILLIE. SHE IS A 4-YEAR-OLD RESCUED SEA OTTER WHO IS NOW LIVING IN THE SEA OTTER HABITAT. THE AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC IS WORKING OUT WITH THE MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM ON A NEW PROGRAM FOR SEA OTTERS. MILLIE WILL BECOME A SURROGATE MOTHER TO RESCUED PUPS WILL GET THEM READY TO GO BACK INTO THE WILD. THE AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC IS BUILDING A NEW HOLDING FACILITY WHICH IS A BEHIND-THE-SCENES AREA WHERE SEA OTTER SURROGATE MOTHERS WILL RAISE THESE AND TEACH THEM HOW TO SURVIVE IN THE WILD BY TEACHING THEM HOW TO FORAGE FOR THEIR FOOD AND HOW TO SURVIVE SO THAT IN 6 – 8 MONTHS TIME WHEN THE SEA OTTER IS NOW INDEPENDENT AND WEANED FROM THE MOTHER THEY WILL BE ABLE TO BE RELEASED TO THE WELL. SUCH A FASCINATING CREATURE. THE NEW SURROGACY PROGRAM WILL WORK WITH THREE OR FOUR RESCUED SEA OTTER PUPS EVERY YEAR. THEY HAVE RESCUED AND REHABILITATED THEM SINCE THE 1980s. THERE SO ADORABLE. I’VE BEEN TO BOTH THE AQUARIUM OF THE PACIFIC AND

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