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Why Hundreds Of Sea Otters Died In The Pacific | National Geographic

Why Hundreds of Sea Otters Died in the Pacific | National Geographic

When these otters were found wheezing and struggling with seizures on beaches in Homer, Alaska, researchers were surprised. In the past, maybe 75 dying otters had washed ashore in a year, but in 2015, more than 300 died. Could this die-off be related to a large patch of warm water, known as the blob, that had formed in the Pacific?

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