It’s the perfect combination of cute and cute animals, as baby otters and baby whales co-exist in the wild.
The pair have just been featured in a new video for the Royal Hawaiian Animal Foundation, which features them as part of a special series called Baby Otters.
In the video, the pair play with baby otts, a cute breed of otter that are now part of the endangered species.
“Baby otters are a very unique group of otters that live on the Hawaiian Islands and their habitat is very unique,” says the Royal Hawaii Animal Foundation.
“They’re native to Hawaii and have been bred over thousands of years in Hawaii.
These otters were born as surrogate parents for people who lost their parents and live in Hawai’i, and now they’re just living their lives as surrogate otters for other people.”
While baby otuses are the smallest species of ottery, they are among the largest, weighing between 1 and 2 kilograms.
Baby whales also can be a challenge for humans, especially when they get close to humans, and can weigh up to 25 kilograms.
But they can also be extremely playful and affectionate.
The Royal Hawaiian Aquarium says baby ottery whales are active and playful and that their “lives are full of surprises.”
For more information about baby otTERs, check out the Royal Hawai’I Aquarium’s website.