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322684 No.2834  

Betty, a sea otter in the Aquarium of the Pacific, suddenly died without any known cause. She was healthy and did not show any unusual behavior prior to her death. Sea otters in captivity can normally live up to 20 years old.
https://twitter.com/AquariumPacific/status/1547989539913732096

What happened to Betty? Did someone do something to her? We can only speculate, but they are planning an investigation in the coming days.

>> No.2835  
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Here's a video of her, she was a big clapper.

>> No.2841  

RIP Betty
Hope they can find out what happened

>> No.2844  

Unfortunately, sometimes otters just pass. It happens to people too; I had a friend who died at 18 of an diagnosed heart condition with no symptoms at all, she just didn't wake up one day. I do hope it's something like that rather than foul play, it takes a special kind of mean to be mean to an otter.

>> No.2846  

>>2844
That's really sad, hope you got through that alright
When your time's up there doesn't need to be a rational cause I suppose

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There don't seem to be any news... But they have a four month old sea otter pup they recently rescued, still nameless



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