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521803 No.118   [Reply]

Welcome!
Please say hello in this thread when you're visiting otterchan.

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>> No.2008  
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my life be like

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>>2008
wew

>> No.2010  

Congrats to us on over 2000 posts!



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117231 No.155   [Reply]

Toonimals otter episode
http://englishbrb.adnstream.com/video/zxoLriTguC/08-The-Otter

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>> No.1964  

Something soulful

>On this website, we will be posting stories and pictures all about the mysterious and mystical land of Otter Island, the magical place inhabbited by friendly talking otters.

https://ottercomics.taur.net/oishow/archive/index.htm

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>>1964
yep I'm liking this

>> No.2005  

Apart from mixing up sea otters and river otters, this is pretty nice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIyhlVjlp6k



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2097923 No.44   [Reply]

Went for a spot of otter spotting today. Anyone here ever try this?
Otters are very elusive animals so it's hard to actually get to see one in the wild. To find out whether otters exist in an area you have to rely on finding spraint, tracks or setting up camera traps.

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>> No.643  

>>615>>640
Thanks otternons, it was really great. Hopefully I can see him again, and maybe get a better look. I'll be sure to report back if I do!

>> No.1937  

>>614
This whole post just warms my heart
I love this place and all of you.

>> No.2004  

Recently I found what looked like otter tracks in the mud under a bridge, but turns out it was just a dog. Bummer.
I'll still not give up, though.



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1900027 No.161   [Reply]

Only the best otter gifs. I'd post WebMs too, but I guess you can't do that here.

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>>1996

>> No.2001  

>>1997
FASTER

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>>2001



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495193 No.914   [Reply]

Otter chomping on his grub

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Crab's crushing defeat

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>> No.1999  

>>1998
Someone should tell him that it's not real.



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135587 No.1939   [Reply]

It's that leafy season.

Pics from Edinburgh Zoo

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It's just the simple things.

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>why can't I hold all these leaves?
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I see nothing but happiness in it's brain. It makes me smile, even if a lil jealous.



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87107 No.1634   [Reply]

In this thread we post our otter related propaganda and education material. Posters, banners, infographics, videos, etc.
Just made a simple poster which i think looks cool. Gonna post a few different versions.

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Elbow whiskers
Otters are amaaazing

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More otter info from Cardiff. This time it's about fur.



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146150 No.1548   [Reply]

This image of otters was AI-generated at https://neuralblender.com/

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>>1573 They are fusing together!

>> No.1594  

>>1591

>They are fusing together!

That's the fun bit that generates moar otters, right?

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106994 No.70   [Reply]

Post some cute 2d otters.

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Lovely.
>falation as captcha wew

>> No.1990  

>>1978
cute



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102405 No.1807   [Reply]

Otters have existed on earth for 30 million years. 30 000 000 years, or 30 000 millenia.
That's 150 times longer than humans are known to have existed.
If you count the early otterish mammals, then that's 150 million (150 000 000) years of otters, or 750 times the human existence.

In other words, if otters had existed for 1000 years, we would have been here for about 1.3 years.

Otters are pretty long.

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>>1976
That'd be guys like this

>> No.1984  

>>1980
New look, same taste

>> No.1989  

>>1980
It's not the same as an otter. But it definitely rhymes.



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349432 No.37   [Reply]

Continuing this discussion here
/otter/ is participating in the Infinity Cup, a recurring virtual divegrass tournament where different boards compete with each other.

Infinity Cup wiki: http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/
Live matches: https://cytu.be/r/8cup
/icup/ board: https://anon.cafe/icup/

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>> No.1983  

>>1982
Of what exactly?

>> No.1987  

>>1983
That the cup is still happening, just very slowly.

>> No.1988  

>>1987
Don't see nothing happening from where I'm sitting



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345270 No.1736   [Reply]

I like fish and otters like fish. What's your favourite fish? I enjoy herring.

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>> No.1970  

>>1969 Update the chicken has been had

>> No.1985  

>>1969
I wonder if wild otters eat that much chicken. Do they steal it from coops like other weasels do?

>> No.1986  

>>1985
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UBwYieboaA
relevant



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157271 No.1973   [Reply]

Thank you for loving otters.

>> No.1981  

Ahhhhhhggg I love otters so muuuuuch
Otters otters OTTERS otters otters



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87595 No.60   [Reply]

https://dailyotter.org/ is a pretty nice page, they upload otter stuff every day. What are some other good otter sites?

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>> No.1374  

>>1261

>https://savethegiants.org/

Yeah this is pretty cool.

>> No.1931  

This website, full of otter stuff, launched recently
https://ottered.com/

>> No.1967  

This
https://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.otternet.com/



No.93   [Reply]

"The otter's charm, so little known
Holds no ceptre, has no throne
Lives in groups or on his own
Relishing his dearest stone.

Dirt upon which otter rests,
In a coat of comfort drest,
The big wide river makes him guest,
Its wealth upon the beast bequests.

Though in the waves at home is he,
and on the surface equally,
In either must he cease to be,
Split half and half, the otter's see.

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>> No.1848  

O otter please know that you have our love
We desire you but not your servitude
Indeed it is better when you are free
Your home, away from us, the nature untouched
The sign of our love is we don't intrude
Our absence, our distance is your guarantee

>> No.1953  

“The joyful, keen and fearless otter:
mild and loving to his own kind and gentle with his neighbour of the stream;
full of play and gladness in his life, full of courage in his stress;
steadfast in death;
the noblest little soul that ever went four footed through the woods.”

  • Ernest Thompson Seton
>> No.1966  

Otters in the Sea

by students of the Scotholme Primary School Fisher Street

Otters in the sea, otters in the sea.
Otters live in the sea.
It is their world, their palace, their universe,
they've got food, they've got friends, they've got
Everything they want,
In the sea, in the sea.

Otters in the sea, otters in the sea.
otters keep their fur clean.
their fur keeps them healthy and it keeps them warm.
If they are dirty they'll sink,so they sometimesthink, Its time for a spin

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