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No.836   [Reply]

What is an "otter"?

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>>836
Magnificence, opulence, grandeur, nobility, and all that is good in the world. Or, more simply, a friend, assuming, of course, that you are judged worthy.

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Otters are life. No creature is as alive as an otter.



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327430 No.757   [Reply]
>> No.760  

Smol!

>> No.761  

Why the otter he so small?

>> No.824  

>>761
His ottery qualities are more condensed this way.

>> No.845  

>>824
What if too much otter is concentrated into a too small space? Do we get an otter black hole?

>> No.850  

>>845 Quite the opposite, my friend.
More like a new star birthing.



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249828 No.19   [Reply]

Let's have a sea otter thread. Sea otters have the densest fur of all mammals. They know how to use rocks to crack open delicious sea shells. They eat urchins which keeps kelp forests alive. I love big fat fluffy cute sea otters.

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>> No.31  

>>29
Otters = wet weasels. Can't turn your back on your family.

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Could you imagine being a big sausage that lives where regular people go on holiday, eats seafood that regular people consider delicacies, and does little else all day than grooming your warm fancy woolly coat that people also consider a luxury item?
And at the same time being unbelievably cute?
How good can life even get as a wild animal? Not much better than this I would say.

>> No.51  

>>31
Weasels are landlubber otters

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They're always messing around with their faces

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>> No.196  

>>68
What's he sad about?

>> No.442  

>>32

>one chance at life
>born as a sea otter

everythingwentbetterthanexpected.jpeg

>> No.462  

>>442 Amen

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42090 No.792   [Reply]

Given that they are little torpedoes, how deep can they actually go? I suspect sea otters can go the deepest since they actually forage straight from the seafloor.
What does the science say?

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>>792
From my understanding, it differes greatly between species of otters. Sea otters are able to hold their breath for 4-5 minutes, and can reach a maximum depth of roughly 300 feet, with the deepest dive ever recorded being 318 feet. However, the average dive is under a minute long and the average depth is roughly 60 feet, which would imply that depths greater than 60ish feet would be somewhat uncomfortable or impractical for otters to undertake regularly and only really happen when necessary.

River otters, on the other hand, cannot go nearly as deep or for nearly as long, bottoming out at around a maximum depth of 60 feet per dive. However, they can swim at speeds of up to 7 mph, whereas sea otters usually don't go too much faster than 5-6. River otters can also swim for a quarter of a mile underwater before needing to come up for air, and can hold their breath for around 4 minutes comfortably, with the maximum recorded time sitting at roughly 8 minutes before needing to come up for air.

Looking back, that was a bit more information than you initially asked for, but extra information on otters never hurt anybody!

>> No.833  

>>822

>extra information on otters never hurt anybody!

Fact!

>> No.834  

>>822
This post was just otters swimming thru your eyes and into your brain! Thanks otteranon!

>> No.838  

>>834
I aim to please. Glad you liked it!



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1474949 No.154   [Reply]

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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...

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AHHHHHHHH

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>>186

>1614522211111.jpg
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>>195
Is that the new way for GETS? I'd support it

>> No.244  
>please insert fish
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>>243
It's more about luck than skill that way. Post number GETs can be an exercise in prediction on faster imageboards like 4chan, but are only of entertainment value on slower ones.
UNIX timestamp GETs, on the other hand, depend on the exact millisecond the server received the image. It's a truer sign from the Internet gods.

>> No.247  

>>246

>Internet gods

There's only one God, the God of otters.

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Hah!

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>> No.835  

Contagious yAAAAAAAwning.



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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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Otters chasing butterfly.

>> No.450  

>>449
What an otterly adorable dance!

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>> No.543  

>>537
That's a SLAMDUNK, Otter!
The new logo is, too.

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360° otter

>> No.566  

>>565 Making the world go round.

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132270 No.694   [Reply]

360 degrees.

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>> No.705  

100% round
100% comfy

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>>694

>> No.709  

>>706
Planet Otter...

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>>709
The best place to live

>> No.728  

>>716
Is the planet one big otter or are there other smaller otters living there too?

>> No.730  

>>728 Everything is an otter on Planet Otter.

>> No.804  

>>696

>Tail pillow
>> No.805  

>>804 comfy

>> No.821  

>>805
Supreme comfort follows otters everywhere they go



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33152 No.506   [Reply]

<- Otter food processing. This is where otters turn their prey into power.

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>> No.671  

>>670 It's science, bro.

>> No.768  

>>510
Wow! What other kinds of food can be inserted into the otter?

>> No.769  

>>768
Birds, crabs, frogs, eggs and turtles.

>> No.799  

>>506
tell me about the otter reproductive system

>> No.800  

>>799
Otter goes in, otter comes out.

>> No.801  

>>799
The otter phallus is inserted into the otter vagoo, and 60-70 days later, more otters are created. It truly is a miracle of a process

>> No.802  

>>801
An average of four pups are born per mother, who also just happens to have four teats.
Isn't it crazy how this works?

>> No.803  

>>510
Don't insert it, let him eat it himself.

>> No.806  

>>670 An otter is a machine that turns fish into fun

>> No.820  

>>802
Otters really are a miracle of nature!

>>806
The finest machine in the world as far as I'm concerned.



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138920 No.97   [Reply]

schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop

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>> No.754  

>>753 Hmm, can otters schlop underwater?

>> No.770  

>>754 It wouldn't surprise me. Otters can do many things.

>> No.771  

>>770
Some things otters can do are cool, some are cute, some are funny and some are just fascinating.

>> No.787  

https://youtu.be/Jh8OMkkjNPQ

>> No.789  

>>787
Why are those otters kept behind a fence and in a cage? They need to be able to run free

>> No.790  

>>789 Maybe they are, we only saw the schlop pipe corner.

>> No.791  

https://streamable.com/ylhx5c

>> No.810  

Otters have small tongues. It's more like schlipping than schlopping.

>> No.811  

>>810 They have all the tongue that they need and not a bit more.

>> No.819  

>>810
Have you ever heard an otter drink?(Not contradicting you, just curious if you can back up your schlipping theory)



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97828 No.572   [Reply]

Otters love their buckets.

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>> No.717  

>>673
What a polite gentleman

>> No.718  

>>674
Where does one otter end and the other otter begin?

>> No.720  

>>718 Do otters have an end?

>> No.722  

>>720
I certainly hope not

>> No.741  

>>718 It's an Otterborous (or, from another angle, a torroid)
>>720 Otters = Permanent
There will never be an end to Otters.
They are a self-renewing resource.

>> No.745  

>>652
Wow, what a smart way to transport otters. Can I sign up to be an otter transportation operator(bucket carrier)?

>> No.777  

>>741 How do you know that?
Last 100 years, otters almost disappeared.
People had to fix their homes for them.

>> No.780  

It's otters all the way down.

>> No.781  

>>780
Ever seen an otter shaped cloud?

>> No.797  

>>777

>Last 100 years, otters almost disappeared.

And yet, today they persist.
In fact, thanks to internet replication, today otters are more populous than ever.
Otters faced down extinction and won; now they're unstoppable.
In fact, the great threat to their survival - humanity, through hunting and habitat destruction - have, thanks to excellent propaganda from Otter High Command, been transformed into otters' greatest allies.
Now that a critical mass of humans have been awakened to the true glory of otters, the otters' greatest enemy has turned into their best friend and strongest protector.
Just more evidence of the superiority, & permanence, of otters.



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