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170152 No.257   [Reply]

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

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>> 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.

>> No.1074  

>>347
Brave fearless otter commando. Objective: Survival.

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>>262
Another otter plumber



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285270 No.429   [Reply]

Let's put all otter physics debate into one thread

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>> No.466  

>>432
I like this topic. Is there an odd shape that would benefit an otter in our world? A spherical otter would have an easier time in barren landscape and possibly in rivers with high currents, with downsides like a harder times to navigate in lush areas, but is there a shape that will just benefit it with no downsides in our world?

Is the current otter shape the best otter shape in our world after all?

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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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>>439
Otters make more sounds than just their squeaks, I've found. Even just sniffing to find out information about their environment can create otter sounds



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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.3351  

I tweaked things a bit and it looks like the captcha time out bug is resolved now. Give it a spin
https://otterchat.net/dev/wakaba

>> No.3352  

>>3351
It seems like it works, as far as I can tell

>> No.3356  

>>3352 okay, it's running!

>> No.3357  

If you don't see it clear your cache and hard refresh (shift+reload).

>> No.3359  

>>3356
Seems like it works for me



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225092 No.2451   [Reply]

The time is upon us

Time: Wednesday May 25th, 8PM GMT/10PM CEST/4PM EDT

We will watch: On the Tracks of the Wild Otter (1983)

Gather here: https://cytu.be/r/ottercine

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>> No.3346  

We still on for this weekend?

>> No.3347  

>>3346
You know it!

>> No.3353  

Just an hour away!

>> No.3354  

Tonight was as lovely as ever.

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>>3354
It was, thanks for coming out everyone!



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521803 No.118   [Reply]

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

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>>3342
The current one is really cute, unique, and fitting of the site. I hope you don't shelve it forever. Could you add a reload button to the captcha itself so people don't have to refresh the whole page to get a new one?

>> No.3344  

>>3342
Don't apologize, I really do like the idea of it. I agree with the other otternon, maybe we could rework it somehow. It really fits the site, and it would be great if we could get it to work just right

>> No.3345  

>>3343 Something like that should work, yes.

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>>3345 ...he said before spending the whole weekend trying to figure it out

>> No.3350  

Maybe the solution is just you have to post more often and then your captcha won't time out. There, simple isn't?



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43665 No.876   [Reply]

I bet you can't name one word that rhymes with otter.

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>> No.879  

Father if you’re from New Jersey

>> No.907  

>>876
Potter

>> No.3335  

Name one word that rhymes with otter? That's a tough challenge, to be sure...
Well, one word that rhymes with otter is daughter, and if I had a daughter, I'd name her Alice, so I'll give 'daughter' the name of Alice.
There, I've completed your challenge. Now, I have one of my own: Can you think of any names that rhyme with otter? They don't have to be common, mind you, so feel free to get as esoteric as you like.

>> No.3336  

>>3335
It's definitely more than archaic, but Ptolemy's full name was Ptolemy Soter, and depending on how you pronounce that, it can rhyme with otter. But I can't think of anything else right now, I'll see if any other names come to mind

>> No.3337  

>>876
Water



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170374 No.480   [Reply]

ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

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>> No.3165  

It looks like her sibling will make it, at least. Gonna have to hope for the best and wait for her parents and the remaining cub to come out of the holt on their own.

>> No.3166  

>>3163
Infant mortality is always sad, but this is why lots of animals have litters. I also hope the other one pulls through.

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Baby sock.

>> No.3321  

>>3320
Awww, that's so cute! Little baby otter all warm and cozy

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I can't get over how small and cute baby otts are!



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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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Check out this guy

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>>1315 perfect balancing.

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Otters, they're swimming.

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Thief on the run!

>>1316
Zen...

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229252 No.3174   [Reply]

Why do otters kind of look like seals sometimes? Not fully so but still. By the way, do you guys think otters resemble any other animals, at least in like one otter pic from 2002 or something at least? Would be cool to know

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They can kinda look like big mice, I think.

>> No.3324  

>>3174

>Why do otters kind of look like seals sometimes?

More like seals look like otters!

But in all actuality, I think that it's because they're both marine animals, and thus are adapted to move best in those types of environments



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24538 No.2604   [Reply]

I found this old otter message board that lived from 1998 to the early 2000s, it's pretty interesting to click through
https://web.archive.org/web/20000816162540/http://www.otternet.com/wwwboard/wwwboard.html

Looks like a board for Otters is an idea almost as old as the internet itself

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>> No.3310  

Also I wonder if the people who ran that website or posted there are still around.

>> No.3312  

I've also discovered this, there was actually a newsgroup about otters. There's a lot of spam and nonsense but fun to click through nonetheless.
https://groups.google.com/g/alt.animals.otters

>> No.3313  

>>3309
One thing I'd like to have more of is all the personal otter encounter stories, but sadly that's a very rare thing and we are only few, so we won't get those kinds of tales often

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>>3309
Sometimes I wonder how much we should advertise Otterchat. On the one hand, more otternons is always a good thing, but on the other hand, rapid influxes of new people always worry me. But maybe I'm just being a Nervous Nancy about it

>> No.3318  

>>3316
Personally, I think just telling friends about it is enough. Direct advertising usually doesn't work at all, people just need to discover this place naturally by finding something they're looking for in it. The way the internet is right now, maybe that's a little hard for most people, but I think this place is already pretty successful as it is considering how niche of a topic it covers.



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311348 No.2238   [Reply]

Otterbots have been used before to make close up recordings of sea otters. What other uses could otterbots have? Industry, research, espionage or military purposes perhaps? An amphibious four legged robot would seem like a very useful thing, and otters are of course the perfect template.

Here is a pretty cool example: http://edge.rit.edu/edge/P18229/public/Home

>The goal of this project is to design an amphibious robot which can mimic the movements of otters both in and out of water. The final product should be able to swim at the surface of water, walk on land, and transition between land and water. The expected result is a functional prototype with systems that can ultimately be used in other devices for military, investigation, and research purposes in the future.
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Just doesn't have quite the otter energy yet.

>> No.3307  

>>2239 It's doing a good job simulating a very tired otter.



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565414 No.119   [Reply]

Otters seem to enjoy themselves the most with all that white stuff around. Post some snowy otters.

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>> No.3280  

How do you explain the snowy nose phenomenon? Is it just that snow sticks more easily to the nose than other parts of the otter's body?

>> No.3281  

>>3280
The nose snows.

>> No.3282  

>>3278 So cool, what an amazing pair of otters! It's lovely seeing them twirl around underwater.

>> No.3296  

>>3280
I'd bet some of it is that otters check stuff out by sniffing it, and so that's the first part of the otter that touches something with snow

>> No.3302  

>>3296 That's what I thought too. You stick your nose into everything,eventually something's gonna stick back.



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33999 No.3291   [Reply]

After a long and fulfilling life, Bishan Mum passed away peacefully last night. Otter watchers noticed her deteriorating condition in the past week, as she distanced herself from her family to spend her last days alone. Yesterday, she chose a holt as her resting place, which she never came back out. Bishan Mum will be remembered, as will Bishan Dad, who passed a few years ago. They were among the most famous and inspiring otters of our time.

(Source ottercity)

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Oh no, that's so sad! I'm gonna miss Bishan Mum, she was such an important part of bringing back otters in Singapore, what with all the babies that she had. Still, at least she went in a peaceful way. :(

>> No.3301  

>>3300
She did have a lot of babies, IIRC it was over 40. She really left a great legacy



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47480 No.3285   [Reply]

Marine otters are the only otter species living fully in coastal environments, apart from sea otters.

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Marine otters live on the pacific coast of South America, they're known to mainly live in Chile where they are known as the "Chungungo".

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These otters are relatively small. An adult marine otter can reach 6 kg, where a sea otter can weigh up to 45 kg.

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Another name for the marine otter is sea cat.

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A very special otter indeed.

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Wow, that's a bunch of cool facts! I always thought the marine otter was cool, but I didn't know all this stuff about it



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392148 No.3292   [Reply]

I want to get your opinions on Japanese Asian Short Clawed Otter YouTubers such at Kotaro, Aty, Loutre etc.

Seeing these cute, carefully edited videos showing otters looking like perfect pets has me worried about the impact on the already endangered species. Whether they're in some Osaka café or at a scenic river, these videos are only encouraging more pet owners and poachers.

I don't care about how many thousands of people enjoy their videos, what matters is that wild otters are left alone.

P.S. I love the Captcha :)

>> No.3293  

It's true, this is a big issue unfortunately. These kinds of videos lead to the impression that it's as easy to keep a pet otter as a dog or cat. It's made a big business out of poaching. Organized criminals killing otter mums and stealing their pups to sell them off. And these youtubers know this and continue, they keep their many millions of followers in the dark about this and keep up the facade. These people have more publicity than anyone in the otter conservation space could dream to have, but they're just interested in supplying cute videos for the masses. I don't watch any of these pet otter channels anymore.

>> No.3297  

I wish that I could enjoy these videos. I'll admit it, they are certainly cute, but the fact that they're so cute isn't helping the otters, because it just encourages more poachers to go out and harm wild otters. I've stopped watching them, and I wish that there was some sort of way to raise awareness about how harmful these channels are to otters, but I don't know how we could get that message out to the people that need to hear it



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33378 No.1900   [Reply]

It's an otter's rear end.

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>> No.1905  

>>1900
Anteater if you squint

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>> No.3131  

>>3126
This one has a much fatter tail

>> No.3134  

>>3131
Could just be the perspective.
What otters have the thickest tails?

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>>3134
I don't know about the thickest, but neotropical otters have the longest tails relative to size. It's why they're called lontra longicaudis.



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31747 No.2199   [Reply]

Rare photo of a sea otter from Detroit Zoo swimming on his stomach. Which is the correct otter way to swim? Should otters swim on their backs or their fronts?

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An inverted Otter is usually a sign that total relaxation is occurring

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>>2312

>> No.2355  

>>2312
It can also be a sign of scratches being had

>> No.2359  

>>2355
Which itself can also be an indicator of comfort and relaxation for otts

>> No.3252  

>>2312

>An inverted Otter is usually a sign that total relaxation is occurring

Certainly, after all, it's the only way they can put their feet up.



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240491 No.2609   [Reply]

Why do otters have leaves on their heads so often?

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>> No.3075  

>>3066
Do otters like salad?

>> No.3077  

>>3075
To roll in? Definitely.
To eat? Depends, they'll probably just pick out the stuff they like.

>> No.3083  

>>3077 but do they eat it, or are they an ingredient?

>> No.3089  

>>3083
You know salad does seem pretty comfy but I've never had one big enough to try sleeping in. A salad bowl would be the ideal size for an otter so they could sleep in it and enjoy snacking on it at the same time.

>> No.3246  

Do you think salads are healthy for otters too?



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84462 No.2904   [Reply]

It's time folks! IOSF are handing out their special awards for otter conservation.

The award categories are:

If you know somebody you think deserves an award nominate them here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpBO7orWl_7ncmaYtlPL8EFnd1bEYUvzy2qM-YQixiYD-LvA/viewform

And here's their website with more information and previous winners: https://otter.org/Public/News_OtterOscars.aspx

>> No.3061  

IOSF have put together a neat little quiz about otters here. Apparently there's a prize, too, but they won't say what it is (curious!). Regardless it's a neat way to test your knowledge.

https://s.pointerpro.com/wadotterquiz

>> No.3062  

Have they named any winners yet? I myself don't really have anyone to nominate...

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They've finally announced the winners:

>Photography/Artwork – Talia Rose, USA - Check out the great photo below!

<----

>Young Person - Lim Wei Hang and Haizan anak Kamarul Zaman Malaysian Nature Society, Malaysia - For their incredible knowledge, passion and help during IOSF/MNS Workshop in April.
>Group or Organisation - Chesapeake Bay Otter Alliance: Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA - Monitoring of North American River Otter’s on Chesapeake Bay, USA.
>Community Achievement – Krunal Trivedi, Nature Club Surat, India - Otter-community conflict management, outreach and mitigation methods.
>Research – WildTrack - Frederick Kistner, Larissa Slaney (and co-contributors Asaf Ben David , Zoe Jewell and Sky Alibhair) - For the development of technology using otter footprints to monitor populations.
>Special Award - Dr Wolfgang Gettmann , Germany - Wolfgang has been creating awareness of the problems facing otters, particularly in Germany, for many years and continues to be a passionate advocate for their conservation.
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1347256 No.1217   [Reply]

ITT Otter face close-ups

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Milky and happy

>> No.2959  

>>2813 Ah the beard of contentment. The impression that only a good nourishing bowl of milk can leave on a baby otter.

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Texas Aquarium posted this

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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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>> No.2496  

>>2495 Otter things

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>>819
Here's some schlippers.

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>>2514 Always good to see otter thirst being quenched

>> No.3235  

Cute otter!

>> No.3242  

>>2514 I love this vid



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313073 No.3132   [Reply]

otter i love otters hi live board

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welcome

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Hey, you guys are welcome to visit us any time. I like having visitors. Just don't post so many threads please



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495193 No.914   [Reply]

Otter chomping on his grub

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>> No.2053  

>>1999
Maybe it's just practicing

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>> No.2180  

>>2163 It looks like it knows what's about to happen.

>> No.2182  

>>2163 :o

>> No.3234  

Hah! An-otter otter thread! How fun!



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189770 No.515   [Reply]

Post em

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>> No.1486  

>>1482 Are they rough like a cats tongue?

>> No.1488  

>>1486
Much
Rougher

Wild types always are.

>> No.1495  

>>1488
How would you know? Have you been licked by an otter?

>> No.1496  

>>1495
I never kiss and tell.
Otters respond aggressively to violations of their privacy.

>> No.3233  

Haha! I love this little otter guy!



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33610 No.2356   [Reply]

I love otters!

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>>2908
You never want to restrain an otter. It never ends well if the otter wants to exact his revenge

>>2909
Thanks a funky looking ottie

>> No.2919  

>>2915
For sure. The more an otter gets bottled up, the more it will EXPLODE.

>> No.2921  

>>2915 That's one scary otter, wouldn't wanna get in his way

>> No.2926  

>>2909
I like this otter, they look so proud of themselves. Thanks for sharing anon!

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