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Southern Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris nereis) mother with young pup resting in kelp.  Central California Coast.  Sea otters often wrap kelp around themselves so that they do not drift off with the tide/wind/current while resting.  They often do this in a communal area and this is called "rafting."