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521803 No.118   [Reply]

Welcome!
Please say hello in this thread when you're visiting otterchan.

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>> No.1761  

>>1760
Lucky lucky.

>> No.1764  

>>1760
Those dreams are always wild.

>> No.1766  

>>1764
As wild as the otters directing the dreams.



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165943 No.1714   [Reply]

September 19 to 25 is Sea Otter Awareness Week. Please be aware of sea otters.

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>> No.1719  

>>1717
Concentrate and see otters.

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37189 No.1534   [Reply]

WAITER, there's an otter in my soup!

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>> No.1713  

>>1552
Otters have taste.

>> No.1762  

I glad soup otters' numbers have been recovering.

>> No.1763  

>>1762
As with other otter species, it's all about habitat. The more soup for them to live in, the more soup otters.
Make soup, not war!



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345270 No.1736   [Reply]

I like fish and otters like fish. What's your favourite fish? I enjoy herring.

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>> No.1754  

>>1753
Is that guy feeding the otter or is he trying to steal his fish?

>> No.1756  

>>1754
Feeding the otter, obviously.
If he was stealing the otter's sushi he would be bleeding.

>> No.1759  

>>1756
Sushi is also a pretty good fish dish



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102857 No.139   [Reply]

Otters have the best hands. Post some otter hands.

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>> No.1569  

>>1515
Otters build their homes in the dirt.

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>>1515 >>1179
OTTER MAGIC

>> No.1758  

>>1757 otter wuz here



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87107 No.1634   [Reply]

In this thread we post our otter related propaganda and education material. Posters, banners, infographics, videos, etc.
Just made a simple poster which i think looks cool. Gonna post a few different versions.

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>> No.1741  

>>1732 You can't go wrong with this line.

>> No.1745  

I like this thread.

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495193 No.914   [Reply]

Otter chomping on his grub

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>> No.1718  

>>1712
The fish gets upgraded.
It becomes OTTER.

>> No.1725  

>>1718
How strange! The fish helps the otter catch more of its kin.

>> No.1744  

>>1725
Once assimilated, the fish realizes it is better to be OTTER than to be fish.
Thus the fish happily devotes its life force energy to helping other fish undergo the transcendent process of becoming a superior life form.



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134637 No.4   [Reply]

Welcome!

This site may still have issues. Please be patient while I figure everything out.

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>> No.1729  

>>1728

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>>1729

>> No.1731  

Huh, doesn't work



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285270 No.429   [Reply]

Let's put all otter physics debate into one thread

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>>466
Otters are perfectly shaped just as they are.

>> No.476  

>>466
I have to agree with >>467

>Otters are perfectly shaped just as they are.

In any dimension or realm, the Otter will be conformed to the Perfect Shape for that Sphere of Reality. In our 3D world, the 3D Otter represents the perfect fluidity of God-in-Motion as river-dwelling apex carnivore/Olympic cuddler.
Howeevr, if viewed in quantum space, the Otter will indeed be a very different shape: it will conform itself into the most perfect expression of God-in-Motion for that dimension.
Thus, the Otter is always perfectly adapted for maximum beuaty according to its local environment.

>> No.1710  

You get smartier just reading this thread



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2624122 No.1553   [Reply]

Hey otternons! What do you think of the MarineMammalRescue channel on Twitch?

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>> No.1632  

>>1553
I would like it if I liked twitch. But I don't. I like the discord tho.

>> No.1633  

>>1632
Me tooooo.
Wish it had a live audio chat with the otts tho.
Bet they make cute noises and great asmr.

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I'm still trying to recognize and guess who is who.

Actually! Nevermind! They added a plugin thingy that show badges of the otters and their info when you hover over one. That's so cool!



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35754 No.1525   [Reply]

What do you like about hairy nosed otters? I like their hairy noses.

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>> No.1611  

>>1610
Great q, otternon.
Can anyone truly understand an Otter?
Otters remain hopeful, but still lack concrete evidence.

>> No.1664  

>>1610
There's no way to physically "get" an otter, because even if you capture it, its spirit will remain free.

>> No.1676  

>>1664
This truly is the hope of the world.



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>> No.1581  

>>1405 Looks like fun!

>> No.1587  

>>1581
Doesn't it?
Free floating.

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>>1397
Then why do sea otters have white heads?



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169382 No.1593   [Reply]

A Eurasian otter hunting in a shoal of Atlantic herring in northern Norway
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDOXaz4obvI

>> No.1597  

Whoa look at him go! He deserved that fishy

>> No.1604  

>>1597
He hunted through all those fishies just to find the single most delicious one!

>> No.1660  

It only takes one otter to frighten a thousand fish.



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1474949 No.154   [Reply]

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

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>> No.1641  

>>1640

>You will never be as mad as this otter
>> No.1642  

>>1408

>Art imitates otters.

Always.
Art imitates life.
Life imitates otters.
Otters are the original operating system. Everything else is a derivation.

>> No.1653  

>>1642
There's so much art of otters. None ever gets close to otters.



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1784677 No.1292   [Reply]

Sometimes otter gets itchy.

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>> No.1595  

>>1592
Someone's gotta debug those otts then.
The whole lotta them.

>> No.1627  

>>1595
Otters are resilient. Theyre used to it.

>> No.1630  

>>1627
Resilient mammals.



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