It was foggy and very early in the morning. “NO pillows and NO Starbucks,“ said the stern man.
It took hours and hours (actual only three) to get there. Then as we were out in the middle of nowhere, we got lost. Then we had to rely on a map. It felt like we were never going to get there. We could not sleep, for there were NO pillows! We finally drove into the parking lot of Monterey Bay Aquarium . . .
We walked down the stairs to go talk to an otter trainer. We saw her taking one of the otters back to the tank and asked if we could speak to her, and she said,” Yes, I just have to put Roscoe back in the tank.” Then as we were just sitting down on a bench a young lady came out and said,” Are you the group who wants to interview a Sea Otter trainer?” And we said,”Yes, we are,” and then we started the interview. Her name is Laura Kovalek. That was the first question we asked. She became a marine biologist because she says there is so much you can learn about the ocean, and she has wanted to
work with Sea Otters ever since she was a little girl. Then we asked her some more questions. Then it was time for her to go, so we took a picture with her, and then we were on our way to collect more facts about sea otters.