Why Do Otters Hold Hands?

Sea otters hold hands to stay within their group.

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Sea otters hold hands to stay within their group.

Emily Mussey, Contributor

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Sea otters are friendly creatures that prefer spending time with other otters. To remain with their group, called a raft, they will sometimes hold hands. When other otters are not around, they will grasp sea plants to prevent themselves from drifting away. Otters love the water and their friends.

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