Tiny Sea Otter Siblings Fight the Odds

For several days this week, these two tiny sea otter siblings were floating around on their mom’s belly in Morro Bay, in central California. Alternately nursing and being groomed, or occasionally floating beside her, the little furballs are a rare pair: Roughly 2 percent of sea otter pregnancies result in the birth of more than one pup.

Oh, so the most adorable and saddest article I’ve ever read. WE MUST FIND THE SECOND OTTER PUP.

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    So, my favorite animal is the otter and i CANNOT HANDLE THIS
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    Um, we’re going to be near Morro Bay tomorrow. I just informed Jeff we’re going to search for an otter pup.
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    Holy crap that article took a sad and dark turn!
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    Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
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