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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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Pic is wrong btw
Giant otters have the most vocalizations

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An otter is more than the sum of its parts because its individual parts are not alive while the otter is, it is the assembly to a whole being that makes it alive.

The individual parts of the otter must by necessity resemble the characteristics of the otter as a whole, and the characteristics of the otter must be reflected in its individual parts, because it is this integrity that makes the otter what it is.

Every part of the otter must follow and adhere to the essential otter-ness so that the total sum of the parts is an otter. This essential characteristic is "otteriness". If a part of an otter is not ottery then it is foreign, as with things such as parasites and worms which can be found in wild otters, these may be part of the otter's body but they are not ottery hence foreign and destructive.

Imagine this: An otter with the tail of a fox. Is the otter still an otter? The tail of an otter makes up part of the otter's essence while at the same time the otter's otteriness (i.e. its state of being, its character) is reflected in the otter's tail.

If an otter had a tail of a fox, not only would its ability to swim be diminished (one of the key characteristics of an otter), but aesthetically it would no longer truly resemble an otter.

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>> No.381  

>>380

>Every part of the otter must follow and adhere to the essential otter-ness so that the total sum of the parts is an otter. This essential characteristic is "otteriness".

There is real wisdom here.

>> No.408  

>>381 you really otter think about otters.

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Just wanna post more of these

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170152 No.257   [Reply]

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

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>> No.330  

>>321

>CODCT

Clever Otter Direct Command Team?

>> No.332  

>>330 cute/clever/cheeky otters doong cute/clever/cheeky things.

>> No.333  

>>332 *doing.

>> No.341  

>>321
>>330
Cucked Otters Delivered Chicken Tendies

>> No.342  

>>341

>otters
>cucked

literally impossible

>> No.343  

>>342 this. No idea what he was thinking.

>> No.344  

An otter will let you know what he wants.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGTzclrsujA

>> No.345  

>>344 A fair trade; The otter gets pet, and you get to pet the otter.

>> 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.



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136270 No.233   [Reply]

Where did he get those weird stripes?

>> No.234  

cool stripes*

>> No.241  

Congo flawless otter.

>> No.248  

Idk, might be war paint?

>> No.273  

>>233
Why are you bullying him? His mom gave him those stripes.

>> No.336  

>>273
Otters can't be bullied. If you try to bully an otter you automatically lose.

>> No.338  

>>336

>Otters can't be bullied. If you try to bully an otter you automatically lose.

^^^ The OFFICIAL Rules of The Game.
Otters have no respect for that kind of thing.
They simply won't play with you anymore.



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219362 No.33   [Reply]

People often pretend they're total otter lovers until you bring up these magnificent beasts, then they get scared, turn 360 degrees and run away with their pants down and their arms flailing. Maybe it's just because they are too awesome, but I too often meet people who believe otters have to be small and cute, and that those are the only positive qualities they can have. It is an unjust trivialization of what otters truly can be, of their wild, violent and predatory character. A reduction of otters to their cuteness ignores the many other aspects from which otters can be appreciated.

Anyway, let's talk about Giant Otters. The longest and loudest of all otters. They live together in big families in the Amazon and have the biggest variety of different vocalizations of all the otters in the world. Why do they need that many? Coordination. YES they can kill caimans, we've all seen it. But only because within their families, their teamwork is like a well oiled machine. Everyone knows their place, and everyone knows which otter is which because of the distinct markings on their chest and necks that are unique to every otter.
Final fun fact: Their scientific name, Pteronura brasiliensis, translates to "Brazilian wing-tail" because their tails are pretty flat, like a wing.

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A very handsome otter.

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>>35
Massive hands for a massive beast.

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crush the fish

>> No.194  

Just listen to this
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jd5IsrjvbeY

>> No.276  

>>33

>their wild, violent and predatory character.

This is exactly what I love about otters.
They are so badass they are unafraid to be maximally cute at all times.

Your Giant Otter post is very inspiring, Anon. I did not know these otter facts! Sounds like quite the otter pack they've got going on, would love to see it in action. Makes me wonder what an alpha otter's like.

>> No.287  

>>276
An alpha otter?
Fierce to his enemies, gentle to his own.

>> No.297  

>>287
Glad to hear chivalry is not dead in OtterLand.

>> No.304  

>>297 How could it be when it's populated by Otters?

>> No.314  

>>297
Otters are true warriors, but they are not brutish, rather an alpha Otter could only be more majestic if it rode into battle on another otter.

>> No.320  

>>304
>>314
An Otter and a Gentleman



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325732 No.264   [Reply]

Banana otter

Banana otter

>> No.266  

Is that what happens when you have too much potassium?

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Hot otter?
Hotter dog?



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74442 No.237   [Reply]

Imageboard

https://imageboard.top/index.html

Tor: http://imgbrd6tlchbmeusi4syxuwa6dotwoyq6buhnvn2uay4wkh5j47647yd.onion/index.html

>> No.239  

Still a pretty bad post, but at least it's otters now.

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>>239
me and you



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306204 No.220   [Reply]

Otter news and happenings.

>> No.221  

Rare river otter visits draw fans to Fairfax park
‘Otterazzi,’ wildlife fans hold out hope for their return

https://www.princewilliamtimes.com/lifestyles/rare-river-otter-visits-draw-fans-to-fairfax-park/article_bb7d0648-782c-11eb-887a-e31c78cda297.html

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Otter caught on camera trap in Korea
Lutrine activity was captured by a camera trap in Jirisan National Park in Korea.
Jirisan National Park's ecological passageway was established in 1998 to reduce road kills of wild animals. It is the first time that otters were spotted there.
https://www.gwangjuin.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=218381

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Video: Otter rescued from dog attack in Turkey
Two dogs were chasing a lone Eurasian otter in the village of Altaş in the Hanak district of Ardahan. Local citizen Muhammet Şimşik witnessed the event, left his vehicle and intervened, allowing the otter to escape. The incident was captured on a mobile camera.
https://www.cumhuriyet.com.tr/video/kopeklerin-parcalamaya-calistigi-su-samuru-son-anda-kurtuldu-1816193



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117231 No.155   [Reply]

Toonimals otter episode
http://englishbrb.adnstream.com/video/zxoLriTguC/08-The-Otter

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"An otter comes to school"
https://files.catbox.moe/uh8vqo.pdf

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>>156

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>>156
Wet olly

>> No.180  

>>155
Was that a real show? It seemed like it gave a decent portrayal of otters, but the pacing was so weird, I couldn't follow what was going on.

>> No.182  

>>180
It sure was. Apparently WWF even worked on it.

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This is Fico, an otter who is one of the main protagonists of Doki. For some reason they gave him rodent teeth, which is kind of embarrassing.

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It's Tintin in the woods. Apparently an otter is among the main characters. I'll have to look into this further.

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>>208
Nature can be really brutal sometimes.

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>>156
Top shelf otter content



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1865806 No.172   [Reply]

BLRLBLRLBLBLRLBL

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fun fact: otter's skin actually never gets wet because of their thick fur. It's so thick it's waterproof.

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BRHSFHRBRHFGFSH

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>>198
What happened to his face?

>> No.205  

>>203
Modern cameras can't catch up to otter whirlwind power.



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159275 No.187   [Reply]

AAAAAAHHH

>> No.188  

>>187
Oh shit. I didn't realize that there was already an AAA thread. Damn it

>> No.191  

>>188
What are you gonna do, scream about it?

>> No.200  

>>191
I just might have to



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