Did you know that sea otters are a keystone species? This means that their impact on the environment holds a lot more importance than many other species. Sea otters eat smaller sea life that eat kelp. If those smaller species were to overpopulate, the kelp along many shore would be gone, leaving many other sea creatures without homes.
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