Orphaned sea otters begin new life in Birmingham

A pair of orphaned sea otters named Ozzy and Ola have started a new life in the UK - after a 4,500-mile trip on a private jet.

They are the latest residents at the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham after travelling to England from Alaska.

Their new home is a purpose-built marine mammal rescue facility, and staff at the Birmingham centre say they hope Ozzy and Ola will help educate people about ocean conservation issues.

Video journalist: John Bray