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208188 No.26  

""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.

>> No.27  

The more I read about otters, the more I appreciate them. I remember one story from the prominent Singaporean otter families. The elder mother of a family got old and lost her teeth, so all the other otters brought her the softest pieces of fish to eat. It just warms your heart.

>> No.67  

Otters are the good guys

>> No.786  

Otters have such big hearts, you would never expect this softness from such a predator.

>> No.793  

>>786 How does such a big heart fit in such a small animal?

>> No.796  

>>786
^ this

>> No.1170  
> 22 pups

Quite the busy otter.

>> 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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