Charlie has a luxurious coat, eats $25,000 a year in restaurant-quality seafood, has many adoring fans, and just turned 20 years-old. Life for Charlie wasn’t always this way. He was stranded, rescued, and deemed non-releasable to the wild before arriving to the Aquarium in 1998. He is the oldest male sea otter in any aquarium or zoo.
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