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Give a squee for sea otters

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First, thank you to everyone who liked, commented on, and shared my previous post!  Your response was amazing!

I got a clear message that you like cuteness.  So I have a cuteness challenge for you: baby sea otters (and sea otters in general).  Read on if you dare, because this post will be peppered with presh pictures that will probably make you squee.

Sea otter mom and pup (via)

Mom with a newborn pup (via)

Mom and juvenile pup (via)

And I don’t want to give you the impression that only the pups are cute.  Adult sea otters are incredibly endearing.  Sea otters are a delight to watch, even (especially?) when snoozing or simply wrapped up in kelp.

Adult sea otter sleeping in kelp (via)

Kelp-stache (via)

Sea otters are definitely charismatic megafauna (via)

Written by morethangray

March 26, 2012 at 10:24 am

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