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383719 No.531   [Reply]

I love the way otters heads stick out of the water when they swim. Imagine seeing such a sight in the wild.
Otters are perfectly crafted to swim. Their eyes, ears and nose are perfectly lined up so they can keep a low profile in the water whil still being able to breathe.

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>> No.555  

>>532
See who?

>> No.556  

>>555
I thought I heard something...

>> No.557  

>>556
Must have been my imagination

>> No.559  

>>533 Nice 'stache

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>>557
It could have been a ninja otter

>> No.562  

>>560 otters are naturally stealthy

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>> No.785  

>>560
Well otters are natural ninjas
There one second, gone the next
You never see em coming



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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.756  
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Hello friends

>> No.758  

>>756 Hello otterfriend.

>> No.762  

Good afternoon otteranons
Hope all is well

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Okay, this site is cool.

>> No.773  

>>772 welcome

>> No.774  

>>772

>posting furry art

Cruising for a bruising, are we.

>> No.776  

>>755
That’d be awesome. I would definitely tune in to watch otter class

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>>774
Link me to the rules page...

>> No.782  

>>778 the rules are unwritten

>> No.784  

>>778
/otter/ only ever had two rules:

  1. The board is about otters
  2. Otters are very good


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170374 No.480   [Reply]

ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

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>> 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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97828 No.572   [Reply]

Otters love their buckets.

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>>673

>> No.717  

>>673
What a polite gentleman

>> No.718  

>>674
Where does one otter end and the other otter begin?

>> No.720  

>>718 Do otters have an end?

>> No.722  

>>720
I certainly hope not

>> No.741  

>>718 It's an Otterborous (or, from another angle, a torroid)
>>720 Otters = Permanent
There will never be an end to Otters.
They are a self-renewing resource.

>> No.745  

>>652
Wow, what a smart way to transport otters. Can I sign up to be an otter transportation operator(bucket carrier)?

>> No.777  

>>741 How do you know that?
Last 100 years, otters almost disappeared.
People had to fix their homes for them.

>> No.780  

It's otters all the way down.

>> No.781  

>>780
Ever seen an otter shaped cloud?



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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.322  

>>317
>>319
Sometimes when I try to tell people about otters, they tell me they don't even exist! No, they say, it's impossible for something so cute and cuddly to be savage and fiersome too. I try to explain what Otter is, and how it operates, how cool it is and how important to the whole ecosystem, but they just tell me I'm imagining thing.
But thanks to boards like this I have the strength to stand my ground for the True Reality of Otters.

But it brings up some deep philiosophiacal points I think. If I am the only one that saw the otter, does it make that otter siting less real? If I can tell - through experienced observation of the environment - that Otter is nearby, but others do not have the same knowledge of the terrain, does that mean that I am crazy, or that they are blind? and, given the elusive nature of the otter and the likelihood of it staying hidden, the presence or absence of otter cannot be either proven nor disproven.
Under such circumstances, how does one discern truth?

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>>282
>>322
Everything made more sense to me after I learned about the Otter Cycle.
Maybe this graphic will help you understand.

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>>358
The real cycle of civilization

>> No.444  

>>317
Perhaps the difficulty in approaching wild otters comes from the fact they're in the same class as us. We are both on top of the food chain, apex predators. They just don't wanna deal with us! If we were all a bunch of carp we'd have an easier time. The otters would come to us and we'd even get to see them from inside!

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>>358
>>418
These are very true. Otters always makes me smile :)

>> No.759  

>>750 now there's a romp of otters.

>> No.763  

>>750
>>759
Synchronised otting.

>> 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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138920 No.97   [Reply]

schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop

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schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop

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schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop schlop

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stops schlopping
You needed me?

>> No.736  

>>735 Leave some water for the rest of us, Otter!

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>>736
Of course! schlops alongside other otters

>> No.751  

>>747 I don't think these otters are schlopping, I think they're about to swam.

>> No.753  

>>751
Well, schlopping and swamming are two closely related activities. Besides, they could just be grabbing a sip of hydration before going for a nice jaunt in the water

>> No.754  

>>753 Hmm, can otters schlop underwater?

>> No.770  

>>754 It wouldn't surprise me. Otters can do many things.

>> No.771  

>>770
Some things otters can do are cool, some are cute, some are funny and some are just fascinating.



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33152 No.506   [Reply]

<- Otter food processing. This is where otters turn their prey into power.

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The Otter framework. Giving otter form, balance and stability.

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Insert food here.

Otters don't just eat fish. They are opportunistic predators and will eat other types of food.

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otter brains

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>>512

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>>506
The food processor is the powerhouse of the otter?

>> No.671  

>>670 It's science, bro.

>> No.768  

>>510
Wow! What other kinds of food can be inserted into the otter?

>> No.769  

>>768
Birds, crabs, frogs, eggs and turtles.



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327430 No.757   [Reply]
>> No.760  

Smol!

>> No.761  

Why the otter he so small?



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46026 No.606   [Reply]

What is the difference between humans and otters?

>> No.647  

Otters are more buoyant.

>> 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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189770 No.515   [Reply]

Post em

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>> No.622  

>>542 That looks like a very excited otter

>> No.661  

Why do they do it?

>> No.664  

>>661
Maybe temperature regulation?

>> No.672  

>>542 anon, that's an otter.

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>> No.724  

>>681
What is that mischievous otter planning?

>> No.739  

>>724 The same thing she plans every night, pinkie.

>> No.748  

>>739
What's that Brain?



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