The world of science is full of facts and figures, but behind the study are the people. In the end, it becomes a question not of how they do science — but why.
How otters can save the sea
Dr. Shawn Larson spends her days in the field watching her favorite fuzzy sea mammal ride the waves of the Pacific Ocean. The curator of conservation research at the Seattle Aquarium has studied sea otters for 27 years. She’s fascinated by the unique properties that allow them to survive in ice cold waters and how they help recover some of our most imperiled ecosystems in the sea.
Credits© Crosscut, Published 4/8/22
Produced by: Sarah Hoffman
Production Team: Beatriz Costa Lima