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107214 No.1906   [Reply]

https://otter.org/images/adminPDFs/242.pdf

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>> No.1910  

My kind of review. Thank you, Paul!

>> No.1912  
>IOSF by the numbers
  • 18 Languages available for the IOSF video
  • 21 Number of countries represented at IOSF workshops
  • 28 Years of helping otters worldwide
  • 47 Number of countries where we have helped cubs or injured otters
  • 60+ countries took part in the IOSF Webinar for World Otter Day
  • 64 Number of countries we have supporters
  • 69 Number of countries where we have supported projects
  • 167 Number of cubs or injured otters abroad that we have helped
  • 230 Number of cubs and injured otters we have treated at our Skye hospital
  • 300+ people signed up for the IOSF Webinar for World Otter Day
  • 139,000+ supporters worldwide

Loving this. Very strong Otter numbers.

>> No.1926  

>>1912

>139,000+ supporters

But my lord, there is no such force!



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97828 No.572   [Reply]

Otters love their buckets.

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>> No.1918  

>>1911

>You can take the otter out of the bucket

Have you ever tried to remove an otter from a bucket? Very difficult task

>> No.1919  

>>1918
Difficult, but not impossible. Just offer him a tasty snack and he won't resist.

>> No.1925  

>>1911
Otter bucket mentality



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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.1922  
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I have no otter pics on hand.

>> No.1923  

>>1922
Why not?

>> No.1924  
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Sea otter pic by Valter Ramos

Here's a big album of mustelid pics https://m.vk.com/photo-25767242_457259911?list=album-25767242_00&rev=1



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53414 No.1393   [Reply]
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>> No.1913  

>>1844
Death will not announce itself.

>> No.1914  

>>1880
Aren't there like three different subspecies?

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>>1914
Ah yes



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726170 No.1829   [Reply]

I think the giant otter is a really cool otter. It is the largest AND the loudest of all otters, and it's also the largest mustelid.

What do you think about Giant Otters?

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A giant otter mid-flight. You can see the "pteronura" very well here.

>> No.1915  

>>1899
whoa look at that tail! it looks flat and a beaver?

>> No.1916  

>>1915
like a beaver*
my bad



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33378 No.1900   [Reply]

It's an otter's rear end.

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>> No.1903  

Silly otter! What could be so special inside that stump?

>> No.1904  

>>1903
He's not gonna tell you.

>> No.1905  

>>1900
Anteater if you squint



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383719 No.531   [Reply]

I love the way otters heads stick out of the water when they swim. Imagine seeing such a sight in the wild.
Otters are perfectly crafted to swim. Their eyes, ears and nose are perfectly lined up so they can keep a low profile in the water whil still being able to breathe.

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>>1315 perfect balancing.

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Otters, they're swimming.

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Thief on the run!

>>1316
Zen...



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134637 No.4   [Reply]

Welcome!

This site may still have issues. Please be patient while I figure everything out.

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>> No.1837  

>>1836
Some of them are bots and crawlers, but it's still pretty decent.

>> No.1879  

Server upgraded. Power increased.

>> No.1894  

>>1879
Otters are always improving



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24775 No.1886   [Reply]

The otters are attacking.
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/sep/27/river-otter-attacks-anchorage-alaska
Are you prepared?

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>> No.1888  

>>1887
They always seem to come otter nowhere.

>> No.1890  

Can't wait to see them chomp my arm while I try to pet it

>> No.1892  

>>1890
Otter-human affection cycle:
Pet, pet
Bite, bite
Snuggle, snuggle



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170374 No.480   [Reply]

ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

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>> No.1436  

>>1435
The otterier, the merrier.

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Baby otters drinking milk, the right way.

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>>1889
Momma otter's milk makes a happy baby otter.



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495193 No.914   [Reply]

Otter chomping on his grub

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>> No.1845  

>>1744
Fish are the life force of otters
No fish, no otters

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Here's a nice pic

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chompers



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165943 No.1714   [Reply]

September 19 to 25 is Sea Otter Awareness Week. Please be aware of sea otters.

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>> No.1871  

>>1867
We should do it again soon.

>> No.1878  

The sea otter week is over... We can go back to napping again.

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>>1878
Have a nap, have a crab.



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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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>>1634

>> No.1882  

>>1810
Delayed due to hostile interference.
Academy will be transferred to a permanent location.
Follow the river to better waters.



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131570 No.1852   [Reply]

Otters understand.

All the talk of human desire to help otters and protect our habitat is bullshit.
We have been studying the data and the results are clear: people love watching videos of otters and will spend endless time and resources ensuring their ability to watch, but take no action to help real live otters.

Humanity is doomed and otters have decided that such a destructive and duplicitous species cannot be permitted to pollute our land and water anymore.
Had humans stepped up, put their money where their mouth is and taken practical steps to help otters, otters would have helped humanity to survive. Now otters know that humanity is unsalvageable. To preserve our own lives, we must instead make sure that the curse of humanity is wiped from this earth so life can thrive again.
We wish humans had had some humanity.
Unfortunately you did not.

Otters will survive.
Humans won't.

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>> No.1861  

>>1852

>take no action to help real live otters.

Countless people are working and living to help nature. What are you doing? Don't be a hypocrite.

>> No.1881  

OTTERS
Waters polluted.
EVAC IMMEDIATELY
Not safe here
Betrayed
RUN



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1474949 No.154   [Reply]

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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>> No.1839  

>>1833
Like many humans.

>> No.1840  

>>1833
The smaller the head, the bigger the mouth in proportion.

>> No.1877  

>>1833 This is why they can AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA so well.



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