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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.944  

>>943 On the ICUP board.

>> No.945  

It's okay though, we can make our own tournament where only otters are allowed.

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>>938
>>943
>>944



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43665 No.876   [Reply]

I bet you can't name one word that rhymes with otter.

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>> No.878  

Otter

>> No.879  

Father if you’re from New Jersey

>> No.907  

>>876
Potter



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270487 No.87   [Reply]

Most zoos are closed due to the pandemic so we haven't been able to visit our otters for a long time. How are you holding up during these tough times?
I really miss my otters. I wanna go back and watch them play around again, it makes me so happy. But I've been deprived of that by this stupid virus for months now.

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>> No.272  

At least we have virtual otters.

>> No.860  

Still holding up okay, just gotta keep on keeping on.

>> No.864  

>>860
Hope you feel better otternon.



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38892 No.113   [Reply]

The spotted necked otter (Hydrictis maculicollis) lives in Africa and is more aquatic than other African otters.
I like how these guys always look angry for some reason.

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>> No.127  

They have giant otter eyes

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>> No.863  

>>127
They kinda look like small giant otters, with the spotted necks and everything.



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]
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>> 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.442  

>>32

>one chance at life
>born as a sea otter

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>> 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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>> 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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183459 No.794   [Reply]

Hey guys, /icup/ here with a question on how we're going to handle the next iteration of the Infinity Cup ( https://anon.cafe/icup/ )
We're trying to poll whether certain boards are interested in playing in the cup, or if there's some specific team that you'd like to see play. If you want to, please answer or add your own answer to the poll in https://poal.me/6x3j1u

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for me it's shirt ironing

>> No.809  

It's a fake spam message. Sorry.
I do hope to see you there when the cup actually exists, though.



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40699 No.282   [Reply]

I am unclear on what is otter. Conflicting reports have left anon confused.
Perhaps Anon can enlighten me. What is Otter to (You)?

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>> No.764  

>>763 When an otter discovers something fun other otters are bound to join in.

>> No.767  

>>322

>If I am the only one that saw the otter, does it make that otter siting less real?

It is immaterial whether one is aware of the otter or not, because it can be said with certainty that in any case, the otter is aware of itself. The otter knows where it is at all times. Because the fact of the otter is established already within the otter's consciousness itself, otter is noticeably present in objective reality.
Further, even if otter is not noticed directly, one can still discern the effects of otter upon an area. This includes finding otter tracks which shows that an area has been affected by an otter.

>> No.775  

>>759
Now that's what I call a Romp!



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46026 No.606   [Reply]

What is the difference between humans and otters?

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>> No.707  

Human's faces are longer

>> No.708  

Otters sound better
https://files.catbox.moe/81twj7.mp4

>> No.749  

>>708
Ain't that the truth!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlSQiV4cxKQ



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230729 No.550   [Reply]

Check out me new board, brehs
https://anon.cafe/pro/

>> No.553  

>>550
Looks like a solid board. I’m a bit confused on the name though? Why not /coon/ or something like that?

>> No.554  

>>553 procyonidae

>> No.690  
>can barely post on anon.cafe anymore

Whew, actually glad we got out of there.



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18890 No.82   [Reply]

Let's have a otter book thread
What's your favourite otter-themed book?

Anons back on 8chan posted these wonderful lists of lots of nice titles.
https://seaotters.org/pdfs/books.pdf
https://www.otterjoy.com/otterbookreviews.html

Also it would be nice if we could get PDF uploads on here.

>> No.638  

Bump, I love reading about otters. Especially when I'm spending time away from them, it helps me remember them. Would be nice if otteranons could suggest some good otter books.

>> No.663  

Thanks for sharing these from good ol' 8chan. will look at em soon



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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.615  

>>614
That is magnificent. If it was really an otter then you must be the luckiest anon here.

>> No.640  

>>614 Congrats on the sighting, anon. I think otters reward regular visitors, especially those who know how to sit quietly, so I'm not surprised ottter graced you with his presence. I bet it made your day.

>> 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!



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1007939 No.378   [Reply]

I had a thought. Do the individual parts of an otter (head, tail, feet ect) resemble the characteristics of the whole otter?
For example, the small-clawed otter has small claws, and is also a small otter.
And the spotted necked otter has a spotted neck, and the whole otter is therefore also spotted.
And all the different body parts of giant otters are giant, which then makes the whole otter giant
Are these only coincidences?
Otters All The Way Down?

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>> No.408  

>>381 you really otter think about otters.

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Just wanna post more of these

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