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southern sea otter Patronus
threatened

Patronus (restrand)

Southern Sea Otter
Enhydra lutris

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This patient is a southern sea otter, a threatened species. Because sea otters are very dexterous and curious, we retrofitted several pool areas at our hospital to provide a safe space for juvenile and adult sea otters to receive life-saving care.

Many sea otters strand suffering from domoic acid toxicosis, toxoplasmosis, injury and other ailments.

Age at Admit
Subadult
Sex
Male
Location
Moss Landing Harbor (South Entrance Channel) - Moss Landing, Monterey
Cause of Death
Trauma
Admitted
07/05/2020
Status
Deceased
Deceased Date
07/05/2020

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