Rudely awakened by the alarm clock? Wishing you could get more shut-eye in the otter pile? Go ahead, close your eyes; it may help you find snacks.
When Asian small-clawed otters search for food underwater, they close our eyes, seal their noses, and use their whiskers to feel differences in the water currents to locate food.
More otterly awesome facts at zooatlanta.org/otter
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