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170374 No.480   [Reply]

ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

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>> No.1430  

>>1263
No such thing as too much otters. The more otters the better is what I say!

>> No.1435  

>>1430 The more, the otter.

>> No.1436  

>>1435
The otterier, the merrier.



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1096056 No.1411   [Reply]

Big floods ongoing in Germany/Belgium.
Are y'all okay? Any otters in the area who can help out?

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>> No.1423  

There are so many floods going on right now. What's happening? And are the otters alright?

>> No.1424  

>>1423
Otters always rise to the surface once the storm has abated. Can't flood an Otter out.

>> No.1425  

>>1424
What about the holts with all their babies in them? Those are gonna get flooded and all the little otter babies would drown. Otters need water and dry land.



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1347256 No.1217   [Reply]

ITT Otter face close-ups

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>> No.1403  

>>1392
Wow. The elusive two-chinned otter. How magnificent!

>> No.1406  

>>1403 I still think 1 is the perfect number of chins for an otter.



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225092 No.807   [Reply]

My fine fellows,

our annual otter movie night is to return at the end of next month, God willing. We shall enjoy a rewatch of the classic otter film Ring of Bright Water along with perhaps some fun educational otter videos.

We meet on May 26th at 9PM CET at our usual location: https://cytu.be/r/ottercine

Make sure to tell your friends. Looking forward to a good time!

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>> No.1030  

>>1028
Exactly, so I don’t think that you could go back and look at the documentaries posted in the chat . Right?

>> No.1031  

>>1027 >>1028 >>1030
I guess you can never step in the same Ottercine twice.
We'll just have to do it all over again.

>> No.1388  

>>1002 Yep. I watch otter movies for the plot.



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1169478 No.94   [Reply]

Asian short clawed otters are so small and pudgy. Compare that to Eurasian otters with their muscular, well-proportioned bodies.
How do you explain this?

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>> No.305  

>>177
Greatest empire in history.

>> No.869  

Eurasian otters are lone otters, they have to be strong in their own. Meanwhile Asian Small Clawed Otters live in groups and so they can rely on each other more.

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>>869
Good old Strength in Numbers.



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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.1183  

>>927
Yes.
Otters verified through multiple and repeated testing.
Otters, while highly implausible and, by the standards of many, i'mpossible, have nonetheless been proven TRUE.
If only more would see it.

>> No.1261  

>>1183
Always important to check and besure.

>Is it otter?

Yes, it's otter.

>> No.1374  

>>1261

>https://savethegiants.org/

Yeah this is pretty cool.



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452061 No.1293   [Reply]

Otters can stand up. ITT post pictures of otters standing up.

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>>1305
clap clap

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>>1328
A standing ovation

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>>1339
As all otters deserve



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173995 No.1199   [Reply]

Where earth and water mix, there is muddy otter.

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>> No.1348  

>>1213

>Otter spa

Is that a spa for otters, or a spa with otters?

>> No.1349  

>>1348
A spa of otters, by otters, for otters.

>> No.1372  

>>1349
The best kind.



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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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>> No.1318  

>>1288
Is that otter licensed to drive?

>> No.1319  

>>1318
Just trust him, he knows what he's doing.

>> No.1320  

>>1319 o wait, that's a she.



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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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>> No.1282  

>>1015 The otter in the sea knows nothing of a well.

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Check out this guy

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>>1315 perfect balancing.



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427324 No.1222   [Reply]

I want to break free

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>>1229

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132270 No.694   [Reply]

360 degrees.

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565414 No.119   [Reply]

Otters seem to enjoy themselves the most with all that white stuff around. Post some snowy otters.

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>> No.1178  

>>1166 Such a beautiful face

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>> No.1265  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bL0rAwSaSo



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>> No.1206  

>>1190
Oh, those ones are quite rare actually. Soup otters. Most otters prefer wild habitats, but soup otters prefer to play and hunt in soup, rather than rivers. A bit like glamping, maybe?

>> No.1211  

>>1206 So instead of hunting in the water, they simply eat the water?

Brilliant.

>> No.1212  

>>1211
Like shooting fish in a barrel.
Otters are the wisest hunters.



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208188 No.26   [Reply]

""Old Mama" was the first mother whose family I studied in detail. From 1986 to 1991, she gave birth to 22 pups. Ol' Mom was a paragon of motherhood, totally dedicated to her young. I've never seen any female of any species work more dutifully to raise her little ones. Old Mama genuinely loved her pups. She cried for days after her lastborn yearling daughter was killed. Subsequently, the old matriarch lost the will to live, and she died of self-imposed starvation in July, 1992."
By J Scott Shannon https://otters.net/pg2.html
What a story. Really shows the strength of motherhood even in animals.

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>> No.1185  

>>793
We're bigger on the inside.

>> No.1195  

>>26
So cute

>> No.1196  

>>1195 anon, did you read the post?



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