A blindfolded sea otter named Selka shows how the critters find food in murky water

A blindfolded sea otter named Selka shows how the critters find food in murky water

The underwater world of kelp forests is a murky, mysterious place full of beautiful creatures. Some of them—sea otters—are among the most charismatic aquatic mammals. Newly published research from the University of California at Santa Cruz helps us peer into the murk and figure out how those snuggly-looking critters find food.

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