Save The Sea Otters
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Sea Otters are one of the most sensitive wildlife marine animals ever found. Since 2007, in California, Sea Otters have been dying and the numbers in population have decreased drastically. Toxic Algae was found in the waters near Monterey Bay where Sea Otters were located. The effects on Sea Otters and their populations are extremely severe, and the pollution occurring is one of the main reasons they are not recovering. Hundreds of Sea Otters were found dead along the coasts of California. Recycling, disposing hazardous waste, and reusing can help tremendously. Unfortunately, California is the not the only location in which Sea Otters are dying. In Alaska, they are being slaughtered by the fishing industry as a population control technique. We need your help to move forward. Please sign this petition and help take a step forward in helping save the sea otters.
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