Yes. Male otters will commonly bite the nose, jaw, or scruff of the female while they mate in the water. Sometimes, females are fatally injured in the process.
Yes. Sea otters mate in the water. Males will sometimes bite the female’s muzzle or hold her under the water. After a 12 month pregnancy, the female gives birth in the water. These are the only type of otters that do so. The baby lays on the mother’s chest to nurse while she floats on her back.
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