Watch sea otters crack open mussels on stone anvils Videos

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Watch sea otters crack open mussels on stone anvils

Sea otters can eat up to 75 mussels per hour. To crack open hard-shelled prey, the otters smash them on stone anvils. Using archaeology, a new study looks at otter tool use and the debris left behind.

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