Otters sleep by standing by the paw

Otters sleep by standing by the paw

Often, a mother and her baby are holding their paws while sleeping so as not to get away from each other. But it’s not their only strategy to not get carried away by the currents! They also know how to use the long seaweed that grows from the bottom of the water as a natural anchor by wadding there before falling asleep.

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