Sea Otter Feasts During Super Blue Blood Moon

StoryfulWeatherPublished: February 1, 2018
Published: February 1, 2018

A sea otter ate its breakfast during the lunar eclipse in Morro Bay, California, on Wednesday, January 31. Monday’s lunar event took on three attributes that infrequently align. It was a supermoon because it was at the moon’s closest point to Earth, a blue moon because it was the second full moon of the month, and it was a lunar eclipse that cast a red hue over the moon, called a blood moon. It’s been 150 years since the last time the three events aligned on one night. Portions of the United States, including California, saw a total lunar eclipse while others only saw a partial one. Credit: Early Liberty via Storyful

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