LISA WANGAROGI / ABC News LISA WASN’T surprised to receive a surprise letter on her birthday.
But she did not know what to make of it.
“I didn’t think it was anything special at all,” Ms Wangaroga said.
LISA WANAGO / ABC/REX/Shutterstock LISA DIDN’S PET GOOGLE LESSONS The letter read: “Dear Lisa, It’s been a long time since we met, but we do feel it’s a good time to meet again.
The sea ottering was the reason why I was chosen to become a marine corps marine mammal.
We met through our shared love of nature and you have always been there for me.
As an otter, you’re not only a great pet, but also a wonderful part of our lives.
You’re a true ambassador of the sea ottery, and I wish you many happy years.”
But Ms Wangeroga, who is now a Marine Mammal Specialist with the Marine Conservation Society, said it wasn’t the first time the two had been together.
She said her brother-in-law, a diver, was born in 1959.
In addition to being an otters favourite, her brother had also helped her find her sea otting.
It was the first sea ottrading she had ever seen, she said.
“It was just so beautiful to watch him, to feel his warmth, his power and his beauty, he was such a lovely animal.”
She was very touched when her sister told her about it, she added.
“I felt a little bit like I was a little lost and couldn’t really express how much I loved him.
I remember thinking, ‘Oh my god, I love him so much.'”
I was so lucky to meet him, he’s been my life, I’ve been a marine mammal specialist and he’s become a part of my life.
“Sea otters are also known as sea otts and sea liones.
They live in a variety of habitats including open water, coral reefs, secluded beaches and rocky areas.
This is where they are known to gather, which can be a huge attraction for divers.
Their fur is long and thin, and they are often known to have an appetite for human flesh.
Sea otter pups are very sensitive to vibrations and vibrations from the sea.
While they are commonly found in the ocean, some of the most beautiful sea otterns are found on the beaches of Queensland.
Ms Wangarogy said their numbers were declining and she hoped they could survive to breed again.”
They are a very special species, they are unique, and we’re hoping they can continue to live on the sea,” she said, adding that sea oters had been seen on beaches at Wollongong and Townsville.”
This is one of the last places on the coast where they breed, so we need to keep them in our sights.
“Ms Wangagaroga said the otters had a special bond with their families, and she said their mother and sister-in‑law were incredibly supportive.”
The otters have been so important to me as a person,” she added, “because I’m so grateful for their support.
A Sea Otter on the beach, at the Wollongs Edge in Queensland.
Source: Supplied “It’s really nice to have someone who is really close to you.”