California Sea Otter Baculum Replica


California Sea Otter Baculum Replica measures 4.9 inches. The California Sea Otter Baculum Replica is Museum quality polyurethane resin cast made in the USA.  Enhydra lutris nereis, found in Northern Pacific littoral waters.

Enhydra lutris. The sea otter is a highly intelligent, playful, and inquisitive mammal. It is most famous for swimming on its back and using stones as tools to break open the hard shells of mollusks. Endangered because of its thick fur, this now protected relative of the mink is returning to stable population levels.

The sea otter does not have blubber and relies on its exceptionally thick fur to keep warm. With up to 150,000 strands of hair per square centimeter (nearly one million per sq in), its fur is the densest of any animal. The fur consists of long, waterproof guard hairs and short underfur; the guard hairs keep the dense underfur layer dry. Cold water is kept completely away from the skin and heat loss is limited. The fur is thick year-round, as it is shed and replaced gradually rather than in a distinct molting season. As the ability of the guard hairs to repel water depends on utmost cleanliness, the sea otter has the ability to reach and groom the fur on any part of its body, taking advantage of its loose skin and an unusually supple skeleton. The coloration of the pelage is usually deep brown with silver-gray speckles, but it can range from yellowish or grayish brown to almost black. In adults, the head, throat, and chest are lighter in color than the rest of the body.

Specifications: CLASS: Mammalia ORDER: Carnivora FAMILY: Mustelidae Origin: North America. Type locality: San Miguel Island, Santa Barbara Islands, California.

Additional information

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 4.9 in
California Sea Otter Facts:

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Mustelidae
Subfamily: Lutrinae
Genus: Enhydra
Species: E. lutris
Binomial name: Enhydra lutris
Conservation status: Endangered. An endangered species is a species which has been categorized as very likely to become extinct in the near future.


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