How otters’ muscles enable their cold, aquatic life

How otters’ muscles enable their cold, aquatic life

Sea otters are the smallest marine mammal. As cold-water dwellers, staying warm is a top priority, but their dense fur only goes so far. We have long known that high metabolism generates the heat they need to survive, but we didn’t know how they were producing the heat — until now.

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