If you've been to the Oregon Zoo for the past 18 years, you've probably seen Eddie, the Sea Otter. Eddie, rescued as a puppy from the California coast in 1998, lived in the zoo from 2000 until he arrived Thursday morning.
"At nearly 21," read a press release from the Oregon Zoo, "Eddie was considered one of the oldest and most talented sea otters in the world."
"Male sea otters rarely live in the last 15 years, therefore Eddie belonged to the oldest of its kind, "said Amy Cutting, who oversees the zoo's marine life area, in the publication.
But as visitors to the zoo might remember, Eddie had other interesting skills. He could sometimes be creatively watched as he rejoiced and proves that the animal kingdom is filled with unique learning experiences.
While the zoo has other otters, an Oregon zoo spokesperson confirmed Thursday, "Yes, that was Eddie, who was so much & # 39; trust & # 39; showed. in front of zoo guests. "
Many guests of the Oregon Zoo will remember Eddie for his many fascinating talents. While the zoo still owns two sea otters, Lincoln and Juno, the otter tank without Eddie is not the same.
– Lizzy Acker