Women’s Endangered Species Sea Otter Socks


Women’s Endangered Species Sea Otter Sock

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These socks are gorgeous plain and simple. The southern sea otter needs continued protection to ensure their future generations. The first step in environmental preservation is to start learning. So here is something to get you started!

Sea otters live in the kelp forest. They are a keystone species, and this means that the overall health of the sea otter population is a direct indicator of the health of the kelp forests and the ocean as a whole. Sea otters serve as ecological stewards of the kelp forests through their harvesting and eating of urchins. Without sea otters the urchins cause destructive damage to the vitally important kelp forests.

The sea otter is still a threatened species and always remember to give them plenty of space when otter viewing (5 boat lengths is the standard rule of thumb) if they stop what they are doing and look at you, you got too close.

  • Graphic cotton crew socks
  • Women’s sock size 9-11, Fits U.S women’s shoe size 5-10.5
  • 51% Nylon, 47% Cotton, 2%Spandex
  • Designed with love in Santa Cruz by SockSmith®
  • SockSmith®  declares that 10% of proceeds from their Endangered Species Collection will benefit organizations who are doing good things for marine conservation and our planet.

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Weight 0.01 lbs

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