The little animal has already drawn a big crowd, amusing visitors with his playful antics. Tourists aren't the only ones excited about this sudden appearance. Conservationists are overjoyed to see the species back in the area. The only issue is that they don't know how the otter found his way to the Bay Area.
The otter was first spotted by local bird watchers in September, and it appears he is getting settled. Researchers have noted that the animal is currently working on building a nest among the ruins of the baths.
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