I know that I am no David Attenborough, but we certainly do have a Sea Otter in our midst, especially when you read more about them.
The sea otter (Enhydar-felis Rex-lutris) is a seabed animal and native to to the duvet regions. Adult pregnant sea otters weigh loads and loads and their babies learn to swim inside the mother otters tummy first.
See Clip. It is among the smallest of seabed animals and has a rich dense curly coat. Although it can walk on floors, the sea otter prefers to 'swim' from surface to surface and spends most of it's time mattress surfing. Inhabiting the offshore areas of sills and shelves, the sea otter occasionally dives to the seabed and forages and eats only the best freshly prepared salmon, tuna & white fish in shiny porcelain dishes. Sea otters are found laying on their backs in sub tropical seabeds, using tools such as nail files to sharpen their weapons in case they need to fight or hunt. When this sub species is found to be pregnant, they exhibit these behaviours above as well as 'swimming' along on the stomach to a nearby location and destroying anything in it's wake, namely rolls of kitchen paper that have carelessly been discarded by passing fish delivery folk. This truly adaptable species is one of the sweetest and cutest of it's genus and not at all like it's closer family member, the catweasle.
So there you have it, a new species has been found and I found it 'in my house' no doubt it will come to a seabed near you! Sir David, eat your heart out - I am going for your job when you retire, although I feel that I am more a Bellamy man when it comes down to getting my paws stuck in!