There is no way in which the sea otter can be trapped and they are hunted only with rifles.
Though with habits of his own he has ways of the weasel and of the sea otter.
This was the beginning of the fur trade in sea otter with Americans and English.
To-day the pelt of a sea otter is worth its weight in platinum or palladium.
The sea otter exists, but not very plentifully, on the coast of Tierra del Fuego; we saw very few.
Along the brown coast, the sea otter, clad in kingly robes, sports shyly in the kelp fields.
The sea otter is found on the sea coast and in the salt water.
There seemed no living thing near, yet death is never far from the sea otter.
The fur seal and sea otter are so nearly gone that only the most watchful protection will save them from extinction.
The sea otter is like neither otter nor beaver, though possessing habits akin to both.