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Meet marine biologist Karl Mayer, the animal care coordinator for the Sea Otter Research and Conservation program (SORAC) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, who had a very important role in the care of Otter 501. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

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This pup was the 501st live-stranded sea otter to enter the SORAC program since its inception in 1984. She was now officially called 501. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

What do YOU think about Otter 501: A webStory? Let us know by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey....

Otter 501 drinks her formula from a bottle. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

Meet Katie Pofahl, costar of the film Otter 501, and the host of many of the videos you’ll see on Otter 501: A webStory. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

Sea otter biologists don’t all do the same job. Colleen Young, a sea otter biologist with the California Department of Fish & Game, explains what her job is, working to uncover the causes of sea otter deaths. Warning: this video has some graphic content. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

Each time 501 came out of the water, the handlers carefully toweled her dry and then groomed her with a hairbrush, simulating what a mother would do in the wild. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

Learn some cool otter facts by checking out Otter 501: A webStory. Then, let us know what you think by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....

Otter 501: A webStory is up and running! Take a look then tell us what you think at www.surveymonkey.....

At the California Department of Fish & Game’s Wildlife Veterinarian Lab in Santa Cruz, a team of scientists performs necropsies (animal autopsies) on sea otters to find out what is killing this threatened species. Warning: this video has some graphic content. Let us know what you think about Otter 501: A webStory by completing our short survey at www.surveymonkey.....