What If There Were No Sea Otters?

What If There Were No Sea Otters?

A Book About the Ocean Ecosystem

Book - 2011
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Discusses the ocean ecosystem and the role of the sea otter as a keystone species in helping to maintain it, describing the otter's place on the food chain and what would happen if the sea otter were to become extinct.
Publisher: Mankato, MN : Picture Window Books, c2011
ISBN: 9781404860186
Branch Call Number: 577.7 SLA 2011
Characteristics: 24 p. : col. ill., col. map
Additional Contributors: Schwartz, Carol


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Oct 11, 2012

I love these books by Suzanne Slade. With easy words and bright, beautiful illustrations, Suzanne describes food chains and food webs involving sea otters and demonstrates how each species is connected to the diets of other species and perfectly adapted to its habitat, and how the extinction of any one species due to hunting, global warming and/or pollution would affect the survival of many others.

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Oct 11, 2012

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