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ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

>> No.481  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uSnvuWXm1c

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>>480 Whoa! They are so close to the camera... That lil guy is too curious. Precious nonetheless!

>> No.487  

Do you call them babies, pups or cubs?

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>>487
I usually go with pups, but I honestly have no clue what the proper terminology would be. I usually say that if it feels ottery to you, it's good enough for me!

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>> No.490  

>>488
It does seem very otters to me. But I think it's otters if you call them whatever you want, i'm not even sure there is a proper terminology

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>>485
Otters are gonna be bold, no matter how small.

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>>491
Has he figured out what to do with that bottle yet?

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Otters + milk bottles = confused happiness

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>> No.502  

>>492
Don’t rush him, he’s still figuring it out.

>> No.507  

>>502
>>482 This one got it

>> No.545  

>>487
I call them adorable.

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Fyi: Otter mums often leave their pups alone while they go hunt, so if you find a baby otter by itself in the wild it's probably not abandoned. Just wait a few hours and see if mommy returns.

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>> No.587  

Tiny baby otts need to grow up into big strong otts. Thats why they have to be good at learning and eating, learning fast and eating fast.

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>>492
Some of them just skip it altogether and drink straight from the bowl. With interesting results.

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>>600
HUMAN I MUST ABSORB THE NUTRIENTS

>> No.605  

>>600
>>604
Do they feed cow milk to the otters? Or is it from another animal?

Hmmm. I wonder what drinking otter milk would be like.

>> No.628  

>>605
I remember reading that sea otter milk is around 20% fat, similar to other marine mammals.

>> No.630  

>>570 This is very informative. Thanks, otternon!

>> No.642  

>>487
Aren't they called Kits?

>> No.644  

>>642
I've never heard them called that before.

>> No.651  

>>604
Who dares to prevent the otter from imbibing the fluid of nutrition?

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>I see milk
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>I drink milk
>> No.669  

>>654>>655
A simple life is the best life

>> No.677  

>>651 Imbibing is surviving. I hope the otter got his fill in the end.

>> No.765  

>>587 baby otters are very good at learning about the world. After a few weeks they learn about solid food. Then they leave their den and learn about grass, water, trees and the sky. After that they learn how to swim n hunt. That's all they need to know really.

>> No.766  

Growing and learning is how a baby otter becomes a adult otter. A very fascinating and positive process.

>> No.783  

>>669 I'm so glad that the otter gets lots of milk to drink. Im sure his bones are gonna be strong.



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