A young woman finds a stranded baby sea otter on a windswept beach after a storm. Peering down at the damp, shivering fur ball, she grabs her cell phone and makes a call, setting in motion a story about the otter's struggle for survival and humans' efforts to protect an iconic species.
This presentation will include a Skype Q&A with Executive Producer Mark Shelley
A free tour of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute will be offered at 12:15, prior to the film.
Film running time: 85 minutes
Gulf of Maine Research Institute (View)
350 Commercial Street
Portland, ME 04101
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