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97828 No.572   [Reply]

Otters love their buckets.

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>> No.1171  

>>797
They are still declining... We have to do more to protect them.

>> No.1172  

>>745
You could, but you must ask yourself:
Are you transporting the otter, or is the otter transporting you?

>> No.1184  

>>1171
If we are willing to protect them, we may find ourselves surprised by their ability to protect us.
>>1172
The Original Paradox.
& the heart of the mater.



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141709 No.611   [Reply]

Otters really know how to snug each other.
Post Big Otts and Little Otts being cute and snuggly.
The world could use some love.

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>> No.1156  

>>1151

>kisses

x

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>>1151

>> No.1161  

There's no love like an otter for an otter.



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177492 No.691   [Reply]

Imagine if a person has never heard about otters and doesn't know anything about them.

How do you explain otters to someone like that?

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>> No.701  

>>695
God knows best.

>> No.1148  

You don't explain otters because you can't. If you want to teach someone about otters, you simply show them.

>> No.1158  

>>1148
^^^Real wisdom



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1865806 No.172   [Reply]

BLRLBLRLBLBLRLBL

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>> No.1155  

>>1079
A lot of the great natural processes will involve otters in some capacity

>> No.1157  

>>1155
In a perfect world.
Dubdubs confirm that's the way it's supposed 2b.



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41045 No.586   [Reply]

How do I profit from otters?

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>> No.693  

>>609

>Full body snuggles would ensure max profetability, I imagine.

But otters don't always like being touched. In fact for them it's better to keep a distance.

>> No.702  

>>693 Well, it entirely depends on the relationship between the otter and the wannabe snuggler, doesn't it?
If there's one thing this image board proves, it's how happy otters look when they're getting cuddly with their otter-friends.
Obviously, as extremely discerning creatures, otters do not permit themselves to be touched by just anyone.

>> No.1149  

Train otters to catch you fish, then sell it.



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104541 No.522   [Reply]
>How can I help otters?
>The first thing you may ask yourself after learning about otters is how you can help them. 12 out of 13 otter species in the world are in danger of extinction. Thankfully, many different organisations around the world are dedicated to conserving and caring for otters.

You fellas doing your part?

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>> No.868  

Otterchan itself helps otters. Because people come here not knowing about otters, and after they come here, they know about otters. We transmit otter knowledge.

>> No.871  

>>527
Love the pic!

>> No.1147  

>>868
This site has found its purpose in the world.



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153239 No.1117   [Reply]

Livin' on the edge.

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>Captcha: paw
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fast ott



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25120 No.207   [Reply]

Animals have to be smart to be able to do stupid things. Only intelligent animals can even come up with stupid things to do. That's why otters, raccoons, etc. are so funny, because they're intelligent. Stupid animals can only sleep, eat and do normal things which is why they're less funny. That's my theory at least. What do you think?

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>>207
The memes write themselves in real time

  • from /icup/
>> No.1090  

>>1089 Ugh, raccoons...

>> No.1091  

>>1090 >>1089 Those fiends!



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172760 No.891   [Reply]

The otter and the binturong.

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>> No.935  

>>932
I feel like Sea Otters as a species would be the type of otters that would just make the worst puns, but everyone would still laugh at their jokes.

>> No.1069  

>>935
Funny otters make you laugh always

>> No.1083  

>>893 Otties are always friends.



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170152 No.257   [Reply]

Otters are really smart. Let's post some otters being clever

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>> No.346  

>>330
Even though >>332 is technically correct, the idea of a bunch of otters acting as a command team for other otters sounds hilarious. I can just imagine some otts hanging out in a van with sound equipment directing other otters.

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>>346
Otters don't do that. Their leaders are right on the front line with them. That being said... Coordinated koi pond attacks already happen. Otters know exactly when and where to strike to cause the most financial devastation. Otters are nature's commandos.

>> No.1074  

>>347
Brave fearless otter commando. Objective: Survival.



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742033 No.92   [Reply]

I don't just like otters because they're cute. Lots of things are cute. Otters are more than that. Things like cuteness and beauty only touch the eyes. Otters however, touch your heart. There's just something about them that I can't describe, it's as if they are life in its purest form. It's as if if you opened a dictionary to look up the definition of "life", you could just find a picture of otters.

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>> No.477  

>>464
Thats when it gets really good

>> No.478  

>>465
It was only when I took a deep dive into Quantum physics that I truly began to understand otters and what makes them so special.

>> No.1072  

>>478
Please share your discoveries with us otter anon.



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92070 No.882   [Reply]

Did you know otters can climb trees?
What can't they do???

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>> No.1112  

>>1066
>>1067
>>1068
Tree otters...



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92053 No.1032   [Reply]

Did you know otters rape their babies? I thought it was interesting

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>> No.1035  

If otters do that, does that mean it's actually a cool and fun thing to do?

>> No.1036  

Of course they don't rape their own babies! That would be terrible. They only rape the babies of other species.

>> No.1037  

>>1032 A smear campaign against otters on their very own chan? Surely not. Careful, anon. Otters may be passionate about free speech, but cross that RED line and find out what 'apex predator' really means.



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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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schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop

>> No.1016  

>>1010 Cutest schlopper

>> No.1017  

>>790
The schlop pipe.
The schlopping outlet.
The schlopstation.



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20350 No.979   [Reply]

How are you otternons celebrating?

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>> No.1004  

>>983
That is so cute! Great collection.
Between Ottercine 2021 and those otter plushies, this is my best World Otter Day yet!
Thanks for sharing it, Otternons.

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>>986
Sure. Here's what I put together last year.

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And this one is from 2019. It seems like I forgot in 2018 though. I also made anime otter collages, see >>991 for 2017 and >>992 for 2019.



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