Everybody fell in love with the insanely adorable Sea Otters on Blue Planet II
Tonight's episode of Blue Planet II was pretty jam-packed with highlights, wasn't it?
Let us just quickly recap:
- The squid eating the crab
- The squid then poking a shark in the gill
- The squid then hiding from the shark using shells
- The nasty soft crabs getting out from their hard shells
- The giant ray that tried to eat the soft crab but totally failing
- The sea urchins being total D*CKS
- The cuttlefish pretending to change gender just so they can hook up on the sly? Naughty!
But even with all of this, the thing that stuck in everyone's mind was just how insanely, adorably cute the sea otters were.
With the baby otters not even being able to swim? And the mammy's having to eat 30% of their own body weight just to get through the day? And them all loving to hug and hang out? We've never felt closer to the animal kingdom than we do right now.
And neither, obviously, did any of you...
— Ryan (@RyanA____) November 26, 2017
Dear Father Christmas. Please can I have a sea otter? #BluePlanet2
— Father Didymus 🏴 🇫🇷🏊♂️🎸⛷ 🥃 (@FrDidymus) November 26, 2017
Paws up who wants to be friends with a sea otter? #BluePlanet2
— Sunday Brunch (@SundayBrunchC4) November 26, 2017
LOVE the Sea Otter by the way...what a guy 👌🏽 #BluePlanet2
— Luke Pasqualino (@lucapasqualino) November 26, 2017
I honestly don't think any species can melt my heart more than a sea otter :) #BluePlanet2
— Jonathan Hall (@halljonathan4) November 26, 2017
me fighting to the death any animal that threatens this baby sea otter pic.twitter.com/kO3FkzwwbQ
— Leah (@flvral) November 26, 2017
— Miss Miaw (@MissMiaw) November 26, 2017
“The female sea otter needs to consume a third of her body weight every day to stay warm.” girl same. #blueplanet
— Lindsay 🌱 (@thevegantwist) November 26, 2017
Life goals; the sea otter, in repose #blueplanet
— Patrick Grant (@paddygrant) November 26, 2017
IF SOMETHING EATS THIS SEA OTTER I'M TAKING MY COMPLAINT DIRECT TO ATTENBOROUGH.#BluePlanet2
— Jo Coumbe (@JoCoumbe) November 26, 2017