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I just adopted my Sea Otter as my 23rd Webbie. When I went to buy her an underwater room, my only options are a Large Room, a Medium Room, a Small Room, and an Outdoor Room. I thought the Sea Otter was an underwater pet! Is it? Or do I need to put her adoption box in my house to access an underwater room. Please respond quickly!
I'm sorry but the sea otter is not an underwater pet. I thought it would be an underwater pet too but sea otter's are mammals and mammals need to breathe air so Ganz didn't make the sea otter an underwater pet.
Dolphins, whales, and manatees are mammals, too. They need to breathe air, too. So it really bothers me to see them exclusively underwater without breathing air!
I guess the big difference between them and the sea otter is that the sea otter doesn't require being in water to help support its weight. It can get around on land almost as well as at sea.
Dolphins, whales, and manatees need to float in water so their lungs are not compressed by their own body weight. Though they breathe air, they do not do well on land.
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