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Watch Baby Otters Eat Scrambled Eggs

Feb 24, 2015

The Conservancy of Southwest Florida recently shared a video of two baby otters messily eating breakfast — a mixture of scrambled egg, small fish pieces and a milk replacement formula.

The siblings were rescued by Von Arx Wildlife Hospital director Joanna Fitzgerald, who responded to a call about two pups found unresponsive near a body of water on the side of a road in Naples, Fla.

As the organization wrote on Facebook, "We are very happy to report that they doing MUCH better! They are both eating well, they’re both very active and the team at the wildlife hospital is hopeful for a full recovery!"

Photos: Inside a Hospital for California's Stranded Seals and Sea Lions

Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
A California sea lion sits on the edge of a pool at the Marine Mammal Center in Marin County, Calif. on May 9, 2014.Corey Arnold for TIME
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
Sick Baby Seals Marine Mammal Center
A California sea lion sits on the edge of a pool at the Marine Mammal Center in Marin County, Calif. on May 9, 2014.
Corey Arnold for TIME
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