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Pup the Sea Otter by Jonathan London
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Pup the Sea Otter

by Jonathan London

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This is a book that explains the life of a baby sea otter. It explains what the mom does for the baby while it becomes independent. It shows the otter pup grow into an adult otter, and this would be another good beginner science book because it shows the growth of an animal.
  Kelsey-Funkhouser | Dec 3, 2018 |
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The first year of life for a male sea otter, as his mother tenderly cares for him and teaches him how to survive on his own.

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