A sea otter pup was successfully reunited with its mother in Morro Bay, California, on February 4 after being separated from her earlier that day, according to rescuers.The Marine Mammal Center said trained responders and California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) scientist Mike Harris responded after a member of the public said they spotted the pup in trouble.They rescued the pup, bringing it aboard a patrol boat, and brought it towards a known resting area for otters. There, the center said they found a female otter – its mother – responding to the pup’s calls. Harris then tossed the pup into the water, and its mother soon cradled her baby and brought it back towards the group. Credit: Marine Mammal Center via Storyful
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