3.9 – 4.9 ft. (Male), 3.3 – 4.6 ft. (Female)
All the sea otters living at the Vancouver Aquarium were rescued as orphaned pups. They have all been deemed non-releasable by Canadian and U.S. government agencies because they were all too young at rescue to have the necessary life skills to survive on their own in the wild.
Lots and lots of grooming ─ they fluff, rub and blow air into their fur. Adults spend 30 percent or more of their day just grooming. This is critical because it maintains the important insulating air layer between the frigid water and their skin. Their fur work like your down jackets.