Sea Otters to come to Birmingham

Sea Otters to come to Birmingham

Sea Otters to come to Birmingham. One of the two Alaskan Sea Otters who will soon become residents at the National SEA LIFE Centre in Birmingham, in the crate he will be traveling in to the UK. They have been rescued and cared for at the Alaska Sealife Center in the port city of Seward in southern Alaska. Issue date: Thursday January 30, 2020. The two otters - whose species were once on the verge of extinction after being hunted for their thick, rich pelt in the 1800s - are being moved to the UK as part of a pioneering education and conservation project in partnership with the SEA LIFE Trust. See PA story ANIMALS Otters. Photo credit should read: Jacob King/PA Wire URN:49960039 (Press Association via AP Images)

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January 30, 2020 12:44:19 PM
January 30, 2020 07:19:17 AM
Jacob King
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