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/otter/ thread #0 Anonymous 04/07/2020 (Tue) 12:08:10 No.975
So I've noticed that since otters are already a very niche topic, most of the threads on this board are specific to a degree that very few people will participate in them, making /otter/'s activity suffer. There are few threads with more than a handful of replies on here. A solution to this could be to make a general thread, i. e. to throw everything into one b᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎ig conti᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎nuous thread where everything otter-related can be discussed. So let's try that out. Please direct your otterposting into this thread from now on.᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎
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Went for a bit of otter spotting yesterday but I only found some lame dog tracks instead of otter tracks. I guess i need to go farther afield to find anything if there even are otters where I live.
hello
>>975 I think we could keep the specific threads if people wanna talk about them, and this thread for general funposting (kinda like the café on /a/). Still I think this is a good idea and I hope we can pick up the pace here a bit.
>>979 I saw that photo of the orangutan telling the otters a story before. What a good idea. Otters are good for everyone, even orangutans.
>>980 They do seem very interested in each other.
>>979 They live together in the wild too. At least as long as the Indonesian rainforest is still around.
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>>982 >At least as long as the Indonesian rainforest is still around. It's looking grim tbh
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>>984 Is hairy-nosed otter gonna be okay?
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Otters aren't the only mustelids who are good at swimming. The greater grison has partially webbed feet, eats fish and amphibians, and can stay underwater for longer than 30 seconds. However it can also climb trees; truly versatile.
>>986 >extremely scattered disjunct populations >still being hunted for skins in large amounts >habitat loss through agriculture ongoing >only one (1) hairy-nosed otter exists in captivity It'll be fine if you believe hard enough.
more cute gifs please
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>>994 they lookin
I love otters.
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Made some banners.
1000 GET LONG LIVE /OTTER/ VICTORY TO OTTERS
>>975 I don't know if you guys are aware but we're trying to make /comfy/ the top board on anon.cafe. So if I see you guys overtaking us again I'll have no choice but to do nothing like the little bitch I am
>>1001 What could be comfier than otters?
>>1001 we top board now, git gud
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>>999 Banners are full now
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Three otter pups born in Adelaide zoo There are now 3 more otters in the world. https://www.ausleisure.com.au/news/adelaide-zoo-announces-birth-of-three-otter-pups/
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hey /otter/ who wants a snack?
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>>1001 well, we're trying to make /otter/ the top board :^)
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>>1009 That pic is so off putting, it looks weirdly human like for some reason
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>>1007 >>1008 >Talking shit and you're not even the top board Lol even /lego/ is beating you now
>>1011 that's nice honey
>>1008 >>1011 /otter/ must be stopped. They're not even pretending to hide their nefarious intentions.
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>>1013 We just want to post otters
>>1011 It's a board list not a competition. Nobody's """" beating""" anyone.
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>>1017 I would but it's only on when I'm sleeping.
>>1000 I never thought we'd come this far.
>>1018 Cute snoozing ott >>1019 There was a bunch of spam a while back tbf
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This is a sea otter's skull. Sea otters have 32 strong and resilient teeth, up to 2.5x stronger than humans.
How can you tell if an otter enclosure at a zoo is good enough? how much space do they need?
>>1022 Depends on the species, if it's a big otter it needs more space. There should always be a warm shelter and water of course.
>>1022 Here's how you keep Eurasian otters happy.
test
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>>1028 Yeah, I'd rather be a fish-dog than just a fish.
Are you guys ready for the incoming flood of JulayWorld refugees? I don't think this place will be the same in a few months.
>>1032 Looks like anon.cafe will turn into the next big board, unless people actually make their own.
Can otters contract Corona-Chan? Minks and ferrets are spreaders of it, could otters spread it as well or are they safe?
>>1034 Should be fine, since they don't really come in contact with humans.
>>1034 Otters have other diseases to deal with
>>1036 >Controlled experiments have shown that oiling of otters exacerbates anemia, reduces hemoglobin levels and decreases otter’s aerobic capacity both on land and in the water. >After the Exxon Valdez oil spill, river otters in oiled areas had lower body weights, larger home ranges and less diverse diets than river otters from non-oiled areas. I thought only sea otters were affected by the oiling.
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I might make us our own imageboard sooner or later.
>>1038 Do it. Robi has already offered direct help for others with plans to do so. Along with his guide I'm sure that will get you up and going BO.
>>1000 Fun fact, this guy isn't considered the same animal as most of the other otters in this thread. In Japan, river otters = kawauso, while sea otters = rakko. There is no unifying term for all otters as understood by gaijin.
>>1040 Don't they eat otters in Japan?
>>1040 What's otter in different languages? In turkish they're called "su samuru" su = water samur = weasel
>>1042 In Malay -> memerang
>>1040 The English word otter originates from the Proto-Germanic *otraz, from Proto-Indo-European *udros meaning "aquatic". Also the source of Greek hydra/wydra, Latin lutra, Avestan udra, and others.
>>1034 I wonder if otters are enjoying the quarantine, must be nice not to have so many people around.
>>1045 It's only temporary joy, unfortunately.
>>1039 Yeah , I already found some cheap hosting providers that could take us. Since we don't necessarily need a liberal one we have a few more options there. I'm not much of a /tech/ guy so I'll probably mess something up along the way, but we'll see how it goes.
>>1047 >Cheap hosting providers Mind posting a list? I'm looking to create my own too but can't seem to find anywhere that won't rape my wallet.
>>1048 Try looking for hosts in african or other third world countries, they're dirt cheap from what ive seen
>>1040 It's crazy that they're actually the same animal. They look and act so differently.
>>1041 Nah, that's China.
Did you know that otters
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How blackpilled do we have to be about the otter population decline? Seems like for some species (like hairy nosed otters) extinction seems almost inevitable and there's little we can do to stop it. I just want otters to be safe and happy, dammit.
>>1013 Railing against a board while you're posting on it is pretty weird you know.
>>1054 Some populations have rebound in the last few decades, but they're still suffering from poaching and pollution. That's why we need eco-fascism.
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>>1057 Banana otter Banana otter
>>975 This thread's going swimmingly.
>>1054 >>1056 That's just because asians can't into conservation, (South)east Asia is where otters are most in danger. Even Japan where most people think all those cute otter vids come from managed to drive their otters to extinction. In comparison they've been rebounding and doing better in Europe and North America, even though there's still work to do here it's lightyears ahead.
>>1059 I remember when this board was all furry porn, we've come a long way.
>>1061 Let's not talk about it.
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On this day two years ago, on May the 5th, the magnificent and famous otter Bishan Dad passed away. He was famous not only among Singaporean otter watchers but all over the world. He was more than just an otter; he was a symbol for charisma and successful leadership until the last moment. May he rest in peace
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BENEFITS OF EATING RAW FISH ✯ EMBRACE OTTER LIFESTYLE Limp wristed berry pickers will tell you that eating raw fish is "dangerous" because of "muh tapeworms" but in reality, they just don't want you to tap into the many benefits that taking the OTTERPILL will bring you. >Enhanced brain function >Longer life >Improved sleep >Lesser risk of chronic disease If it's good for otters, it's good for (You).
>>1073 Of course you have to be careful about what you eat; make sure the fish is from a trusted source and has been handled well to reduce the risk of infection. HOWEVER the one who is truly otterpilled does not fear parasites, as otters live with them too so getting one will bring him even closer to otterdom.
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Today is Mother's Day so let's talk about a very special mother: The Bishan otter mum. She has given life to over 30 otters which only made her grow stronger. She is now an old lady but still doing her duties and taking care of her family. Happy Mother's Day!
>>1075 Singapore otters have recently raided a bunch of koi ponds and residents are fuming at them now apparently. https://www.malaymail.com/news/showbiz/2020/05/15/singaporean-actress-jazreel-low-heartbroken-after-wild-otters-feast-on-13-y/1866381
Why do otters love juggling rocks? Science has not come closer to answering the age old question that has accompanied man from the dawn of time. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/624447/fun-fact-otters-love-juggle-scientists-arent-sure-why >It could be an expression of hunger, as the otters tended to juggle more when they hadn’t eaten for two or more hours—the otter version of banging silverware on the table. It’s also possible the otters were playing with the rocks because it mimics the effort of foraging. The Asian small-clawed otter uses dexterity to find shellfish, while the smooth-coated otter eats fish. Both were observed to juggle, however. And after being given food in containers that needed to be tampered with, it didn’t appear that the otters were using the same skills exhibited in the rock-tossing. >It’s possible the otters are driven to juggle instinctively to help develop necessary motor skills early in life and to stave off cognitive decline later in life. (Both younger and older otters were observed to engage in the practice.) >Another explanation: otters get fidgety and bored and want something to do. Further research is needed to tease out why these playful creatures behave the way they do.
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>>1078 Because it's FUN!
>>1079 /throd. otters r just lrn2code-ing, and juggling is the 1337 h4xzrs sport of choice ofc!
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Have an otter I saved for some reason.
>>1083 Gorgeous both alive and dead.
>>1083 There's always good reason to save an otter, regardless what stage of its life cycle it may be in
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>>1077 otters gonna ott
I love otters so much. They're the best.
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I'm gonna repost some stuff from 8/otter/.
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It was a wonderful place, I hope we can restore our former glory soon.
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>>1077 >Otters are the pride of singapore, everyone loves them and they're celebrated as ecologic success >As soon as they touch some rich womans sacred fish it's torches and pitchforks Turns out it was just a media show after all.
HAPPY WORLD OTTER DAY!
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>>1111 >it's over
>>1104 Karens gonna karen, Anon, even if their actual names are unpronounceable.
>>1121 >karen www.reddit.com
>>1122 >t. karen
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does anyone know a word that starts with O?
>>1129 Ottoman.
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>that feeling when you wake up and realize you're not an otter
>>1140 I think life as an otter would be pretty stressful.
>>1141 It's got its highs and lows.
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Look at this criminal graffiti. Jackbox night is on
I dream about otters every night
Otters are Scotland's favourite animal Otter simply cannot stop winning https://www.heraldscotland.com/news/18522106.otter-crowned-scotlands-favourite-animal/
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>>1149 what did they expect?
>>1149 SCOTLAND FOREVER
Eurasian otters have some really sharp claws
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>>1152 One often hears people claim that otter feet somehow look ugly or in any way not cute. In fact, otter feet are perfect for what they are designed to do: >swimming in the water >catching fish >pattering around >grabbing stuff >juggling >other fun activities
>>1153 Not to mention that otter feet, like the rest of the otter, are extremely cute.
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Have an extremely comfy otter
>>1155 /comfy/iest otter tbh.
Otters are so cool, I wanna meet one again
>>1109 I love the way otters are always interested in everything. They have so much energy!
>>1159 Every time they see something new, they gotta smell it and touch it first before doing anything else.
Lemme post this gem again
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>>1160 Don't forget playing with it, that's the most important step. which is probably dangerous when it comes to trash left by humans
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>>979 pongos and otters seem to get along for some reason, I know of several zoos where they live together
>>1001 you guys still trying? good luck tbh.
>>1161 They need to make an anime out of this.
>>1163 Otters will play with literally anything
>>1167 Rule #1 If it exists, otter WILL play with it.
>>1161 Never saw that before, but there should be more Olly comics.
I'm surprised none of us has adopted a otter yet.
>>1171 I'm not Otters aren't pets
Otters really are fun long wet dogs.
>>1177 NUUU!. They are fun seacats otters Anon. :^)
Otter happenings: National park closed after mother otter bites swimmer, protecting precious pups https://www.chron.com/travel/article/California-lake-closed-after-angry-otter-bites-15380136.php
>>1182 >The momma otter will not be removed or tranquilized, as she was displaying normal behavior. "That is a common thing with all wildlife. As long as the behavior it shows is natural like this one is, where it was protecting its babies then we would not remove the animal," the superintendent said. Victory for the otters!
>>1100 Truelly a magical place, and a magical time.
>>1177 >>1178 Long wet dogs? Sea cats? What's wrong with you guys? Otters are large water ferrets!
One day, a wise man was quizzed: "What is it about otters that so appeals to you? They possess not the lion's stature Nor the donkey's utility." The man replied, pleased: "In those things you will not find their value, But their appeal does lie in features Covered in obscurity. For the otter's true beauty Will not become apparent at one glance, And the hurried man will struggle To make the discovery. It is not in their pelt's quality By which man may increase his finance, Nor in their friendship as pets to cuddle Through an illicit delivery. Rather, shall I tell you about Their graceful bodies, moving between land and water? Or the sharpness of tooth and mind? A splendid being For the one who ponders. It does not beseem them to tout, A shy life and a quiet hunt belongs to the otter. Thus they are not on the farmer's holding Nor on the standards of rulers."
Two amazing otter cubs Tar and Bey rescued in Mexico The two otter cubs are doing really well and growing quickly (something we are well aware of with our Eurasian otter rehab centre) and are close to outgrowing their current enclosure. COBEA are now looking to build a new, larger enclosure for the continued rehabilitation of the two otters cubs. Read all about it here: https://mailchi.mp/otter/your-latest-in-otter-news-crdm0yff7s-2632930
>>1202 Thanks Anon, very nice.
>>1203 Those are the best otters that ever drank from a bottle.
>>1201 >ferrets weasels*
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>>986 Of course not.
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new banner
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>>1161 neat
>>1213 kek, olly's amazing.
>>1211 added
>>1201 Stop this water-rat-sea-dog-cat meme. Otters are OTTERS and will never be anything else. They are otters and otters is what they are, and that is good.
But what are otters, really?
>>1238 If it has 4 legs and can swim it's an otter.
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>>1238 Man has always found it difficult to describe otters, but you'll know 'em when you see 'em.
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>>1239 oi!
>>1241 those are some nice otters anon, got any more?
>>1241 Really, what are platypuses but otters with beaks?
>>1243 Venomous marsupial otters with beaks.
>>1244 I was shocked when I learned just how painful and long lasting their venom is, absolutely mental animals.
I think I just heard an epic weasel battle outside my house. Perhaps it's the return of the mustelids.
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Let us address a very grave issue of our time, which is the issue of otters being abused as marketing tools for alcoholic drinks. Any real otter who came across alcohol would certainly swim far away from it instead of promoting it. If an otter were to drink alcohol, it would be unable to think sharply and therefore it would lose out on the catch of the day. Rather, otters have no need for intoxicating substances, because they are happy and content with clean water and fresh fish. I am certain the people responsible for these campaigns have never even asked the otters their opinion on this matter.
>>1252 The ale is not meant for otters to drink, but rather is intended to give humans the joy and happiness that otters feel every day. It's distilled otterness.
>>1253 But why do we need ale when our joy and happiness comes from otters?
>>1254 If only people knew about otters. They could leave drugs and alcohol.
>>1253 drinking doesn't give you joy, otters do.
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You can get drunk off otters, all without the negative side effects.
>>1224 I'm sorry but when I look at an otter I can't help but see some kind of dog-fish hybrid.
>>982 >>981 I've seen the two in an enclosure together before, they didn't seem to interact with each other much (apart from looking at each other sometimes).
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What does the sign say /otter/?
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>>1307 Otter business
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Today I visited otters again, which has soothed my soul. The smell, the sight, the sound... seeing them on a screen just doesn't compare to the real life experience. Pic related, here's one eating a chicken. Couldn't come too close to them sadly.
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>>1310 Also it always surprises me how big they really are. They're much bigger than weasels or ferrets, they're almost dog-sized. Also I saw a badger which was a nice bonus.
>>1307 >>1309 We must embrace the otter.
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ATTENTION: It's very impottant to know about otters. Please study otters carefully. https://8kun.top/otter/guide.html
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Otters don't wear shoes or clothes. They don't live in big houses or ride fancy cars. They've never built kingdoms and empires, and yet they still manage to be noble, magnificent, graceful creatures.
>>1326 Otters don't have to worry about made-up things. The world otters inhabit is not artificial, they can see the entire Earth only as it is, and only what truly exists. Thus it is vastly different from our own, and we will always only be able to study it from afar. If an otter could speak, we couldn't understand him.
A human wakes up in the morning to go about his business. An otter wakes up whenever he likes to do whatever he likes.
>>1328 Otters have to eat like 25% of their body weight per day though. So theyre probably always worried about food.
I want to hug a sea otter
>>1238 If otters are anything, they are fun. Pounds of fun with four fun legs and a fun long tail.
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>how far can i throw this fish?
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The hairy nose of a hairy nosed otter.
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Do you know why the Smooth Coated Otter is called Smooth Coated Otter? It is because their hair is shorter on average than other otter species. So they have a silky smooth fur coat.
>>1348 It's not even that hairy.
Otters used to be tamed all over the world to catch fish. They could also do lots of tricks and were kept as pets, too, being described as "as tame as dogs".
>>1359 >The More You Know
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Good news! Bishan mum is having babies again. More otters to come.
>>1365 Wonder why this isn't a thing anymore. Is it because of the near-extinction last century?
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I could stare at it for hours.
>>1368 How many did she have now?
>>1376 European otters are my favourite. They have the best faces.
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Congo Clawless Otter has an interesting face and interesting hands.
>>1389 It has mogwai fingers.
>>1389 badass looking otter
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>>1396 What kind of otter is this?
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>>1389 >>1392 Have you seen this one?
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>>1397 Looks like a spotted necked otter
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*slides in*
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Look at this otter
>>1389 How do clawless/short clawed otters hold onto their prey?
>>1405 They just use their hands.
>>1404 Looks like he doesn't want to be disturbed.
Jogger rescues dying otter found on riverbank https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-essex-54148429
>>1413 The otter lives!
Why do some otters have claws and some don't?
Who is the greatest of the Youtube otters and why is it Captain Aty?
>>1415 All otters have claws, but the size varies depending on species.
>>1389 But are they the otter equivalent of Congoid humans? 13% of the otter population, 70% of conspecific killings.
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>>1257 You sure can.
>>1241 Why is that birb covered in fur instead of feathers?
>>1153 Why does webbing improve swimming?
>>1044 What would a furry mammallian otter based hydra look like and would Hercules be able to overcome it?
>>1418 All the otters are VICOUS KILLERS regardless of geographic location.
>>1421 Cause it lets you paddle through the water more better
I love otters and I love this board
>>1419 What's this? Otter juice?
>>1426 It's Dassai, a popular sake brand whose name literally translates to "Otter Party" in English. Perfect drink for an /otter/ anon.
What do you like about otters?
>>1429 It's not just how cute they are. They have a special charm to them you don't really find elsewhere.
OTTER HAPPENINGS An innocent baby otter is taken from us , tortured to death by hateful fishing hook https://www.asiaone.com/singapore/punggol-otter-pup-dies-fishing-hook-lodged-throat
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Otters for your viewing pleasure
>>1431 Why can't people clean up after themselves?
>>1433 >that snout reflection
>>1432 >>1433 What makes otters so aesthetic?
>>1439 Flawless proportions.
>>1439 I think they're more aesthetic in the water than on land.
It's sea otter awareness week. Please be aware of sea otters.
>>1441 Another proof that God is the best designer.
>>1445 They really are breddy cool tbh. Everything's in balance and highly tuned for their purpose.
>>1443 Otters are fun in the water and otters are fun on land. But otter without water is sad otter.
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Sea otters can actually walk on land, but they are much more clumsy than their river counterparts, because they spend much more time in the water.
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>>975 Otters shouldn't be a niche topic, they are very important.

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