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Sea Otter Ready for a Nap
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Stranded Sea Otters Offer Valuable Data
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River Otters in Olympic National Park, Wash.
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Location: Port Angeles, WA, USA
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Sea Otters off the Coast of California
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Location: CA, USA
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Southern Sea Otter
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Location: USA
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Tim Tinker (USGS)
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Location: CA, USA
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A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Sea Otter in Monterey Bay, California
A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Sea otter researcher Michelle Staedler, of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, records sea otter behavior in her logbook as part of a study with the USGS and the University of California at Santa Cruz on sea otter behavior. ...
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Studying Sea Otters
Sea otter researcher Michelle Staedler, of the Monterey Bay Aquarium, records sea otter behavior in her logbook as part of a study with the USGS and the University of California at Santa Cruz on sea otter behavior. ...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Sea otter researchers Michelle Staedler, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Tim Tinker, USGS, work together to locate sea otters in their study project. USGS scientists and their partners study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Tracking Sea Otters
Sea otter researchers Michelle Staedler, Monterey Bay Aquarium, and Tim Tinker, USGS, work together to locate sea otters in their study project. USGS scientists and their partners study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
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Kelp Forest
Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Sea Otter Swims in Monterey Bay, California
A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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USGS sea otter researcher Tim Tinker drives the boat on an expedition to track and observe sea otters in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Tracking Sea Otters
USGS sea otter researcher Tim Tinker drives the boat on an expedition to track and observe sea otters in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Sea otter researcher Tim Tinker, USGS, dismantle the VHS reciever after a long morning of tracking and observing sea otters in Monterey Bay, California. ...
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Dismantling VHS Receiver
Sea otter researcher Tim Tinker, USGS, dismantle the VHS reciever after a long morning of tracking and observing sea otters in Monterey Bay, California. ...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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USGS wildlife biologist Alisha Kage holds out a VHF receiver, hoping to hear the tell-tale beep that helps her locate sea otters that are part of study to monitor and learn more about the species. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from nea...
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Tracking Sea Otters
USGS wildlife biologist Alisha Kage holds out a VHF receiver, hoping to hear the tell-tale beep that helps her locate sea otters that are part of study to monitor and learn more about the species. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from nea...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
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Kelp Forest
Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Sea Otter Swims in Monterey Bay, California
A sea otter swims in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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USGS wildlife biologist Alisha Kage looks through a telescope to help her locate and identify tagged sea otters, then records the otter's location for a study aimed at learning more about the species. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from...
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Spotting Sea Otters
USGS wildlife biologist Alisha Kage looks through a telescope to help her locate and identify tagged sea otters, then records the otter's location for a study aimed at learning more about the species. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
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Visions of Kelp, Monterey Bay
Kelp forests are often called the rainforest of the sea. They support wide varieties of marine life. Sea otters are both a sentinal and a keystone species for the health of kelp forests. Without sea otters, there is a shift in the ecosystem that can severly damage the kelp forests. USGS scientists s...
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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A sea otter pup watches eagerly as its mother eats a fat innkeeper worm in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Sea Otter Pup Wants the Worm
A sea otter pup watches eagerly as its mother eats a fat innkeeper worm in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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A sea otter dines on crabmeat in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
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Sea Otter Dining on Crab
A sea otter dines on crabmeat in Monterey Bay, California. USGS scientists study sea otters in efforts to help the threatened species continue to recover from near extinction....
Location: Monterey Bay, CA, USA
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