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726170 No.1829   [Reply]

I think the giant otter is a really cool otter. It is the largest AND the loudest of all otters, and it's also the largest mustelid.

What do you think about Giant Otters?

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>> No.2185  

>>2149
This is like stuff straight from my nightmares.

>> No.2186  

>>2185
How could you have a nightmare about an otter? That is just utterly ridiculous

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>>2185
How could you hate this face?

(pic is from Longleat park)

>> No.3059  

>>1870
I’d love to watch some sort of movie where a bunch of different types of otters come together to help each other out

>> No.3060  

>>3059
Someone should write a new Redwall book about different otter tribes banding together.



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240491 No.2609   [Reply]

Why do otters have leaves on their heads so often?

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>>3008
Otter of the leaf pile, what is your wisdom?

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>>3011
THE MORE LEAFIES THE BETTTER
-ottr

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>>3012
That's a good wisdom.

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>>3007
You can never have enough

>> No.3058  

This thread really gives me that autumn feeling



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125290 No.3049   [Reply]

So during the otter congress last week there was a thread where people discussed their favorite thing about otters. What's your favorite thing about otters, Otterchat? Mine is just how skilled they are. They're so agile, amazing hunters, masters of stealth, great parents. Do the talents of an otter ever cease?

>> No.3050  

Excellent question, and not easy to answer. I think it's the elegance and sublimity of everything they do, combined with their relaxed, curious attitude. Otters are animals that are at peace with themselves and their surroundings while at the same time dying to learn more about everything.

>> No.3051  

As has been said, this is difficult to answer exactly. Of course otters are cute, which was an initial reason for my interest in them, but as I've grown to understand more about them, the importance that they have on their ecosystem has a beauty in and of itself. And the ease that they display within their ecosystem has such a natural beauty to it. And otter never tries harder than he has to, and always has time for play and fun

>> No.3054  

>>3049
I'm fond of how sleek they look

>> No.3056  

I love their adorable faces

>> No.3057  

I also just love the way they are formed



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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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It's Sea Otter Awareness Week again. Totally missed it because of the congress.

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>>3020
This is why you need to be aware!

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>>3025
Sorry, I try to be aware of all the otters but sometimes I'm more aware of other otters than others.

>> No.3044  

The sea otter awareness week is over but the sea otter awareness isn't

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>>3044
Very true! We should always be aware of sea otters.



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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.3042  

Does anyone have any possible documentaries to watch this time? Sadly, I've got nothing new on hand

>> No.3043  

>>3042
I found a pretty interesting one.

>> No.3045  

You guys coming?

>> No.3046  

Wish I could've stayed longer, but the things that we watched while I was present were fun

>> No.3047  

>>3045
I got called into work and I just got off shift now. Im so sad.



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5096291 No.2991   [Reply]

The time has come! Getting ready to get on the plane to Nice, I'll hopefully be there in about two hours. The weather's been a little rough today so we'll see how it goes.

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The hike

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A bat lives in this house

>> No.3037  

>>3031
I couldn't agree more. You come with a frown and leave with a smile. It feels like together we can actually get something done for otters.



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136270 No.233   [Reply]

Where did he get those weird stripes?

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>> No.2782  

>>2161

>Could have had Earth where intelligent species emerged from otters instead of apes

fug

>> No.2783  

>>2782 Wdym? Otters ARE intelligent

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>>2783
Otters are the smariest!

>> No.2987  

>>233

>Where did he get those weird stripes?

Get your otter stripes at the otter store!



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62212 No.2501   [Reply]

Registration is now open!
The Congress will be held in Sospel, Alpes-Maritimes, France, from the 19th to the 23rd of September 2022.
https://www.otterspecialistgroup.org/osg-newsite/register-now/

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>> No.2870  
The early bird payment deadline is this sunday, register and pay now to get the reduced fee!
Register here
Pay here
>> No.2956  

Two weeks...!

>> No.2960  

>>2956 Time goes fast

>> No.2980  

And now it's only one week

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Official program is out.



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80061 No.2696   [Reply]

Hey otters, the UKWOT is a wonderful charity caring for the otters in Britain, and it looks like they're in some financial trouble now. It would be great if we could help out a little by donating or adopting one of their three lovely otters. Personally I'm thinking of buying an adoption package but I haven't decided on an otter yet...
Anyways, these people do great things for otters so I hope they can get the money they need. https://ukwildottertrust.org/

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>> No.2968  

>>2945
That could be really cool! Maybe someone should set up something where people could contribute to paying for that for Otterchat

>> No.2969  

>>2968
Don't really know how to set up something like that... And for 30 pounds, maybe one of us can afford to do it. I'll see if I can if nobody else wants to.

>> No.2971  

>>2969
See, I know I'd like to be able to pay for it, but I also don't have a ton of money as of now. I could contribute some to a fund to give to the UKWOT, but I don't think I'd be able to do it myself for at least a little while. My thought was that we could sort of crowdfund a thing where multiple Otternons could each give a little bit and then we could collectively give a larger donation from Otterchat as a group

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>>2971
Okay I've set something up, let's see
https://www.gofundme.com/f/support-for-uk-wild-otter-trust

>> No.2981  

>>2974 €55 collected so far, not bad.



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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.2961  

>>2958
It's actually 1-3

>> No.2963  

>>2961
Man, the otters aren’t doing the best in the tournament

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>>2963
That's because it's entirely on land, very unfair for otters. If they were playing some home games they'd do better!

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>>2964
Exactly! We're getting deprived of a true home court advantage

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Infinity Cup 7 is now complete! Congratulations to /eris/ who joins the ranks of champions as they defeated /japan/ 3-1 in the Final! Stay tuned for the award winners over at our /icup/ board.
Thank you to every anon who chipped in throughout the Cup, and thank you especially to all the anons who took the time to tune in. We'll see you in the next one!



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1347256 No.1217   [Reply]

ITT Otter face close-ups

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Yep, otters have some faces, don't they.

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>>2790

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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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78747 No.2850   [Reply]
>An otter invaded a couple's home in England and slept in their bed.

https://metro.co.uk/2022/07/20/couple-hear-rattle-in-home-and-discover-an-otter-sleeping-in-the-bed-17037533/

Are otters gonna be invading people's houses to sleep in our beds now? Has a new era begun?

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>> No.2880  

>>2875 looks like you already do

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Something's going on here guys, I think we better be careful
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/19/seal-breaks-into-new-zealand-home-traumatises-cat-and-hangs-out-on-couch

>> No.2924  

>>2923
I saw this and immediately thought of this thread! Good to see I wasn't alone.

>> No.2930  

Otties are always welcome guests in my house though I'm not sure if they'll be as nicely received everywhere

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>>2930
Hopefully that'll just serve to drive otters where they'd be truly appreciated



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521803 No.118   [Reply]

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

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>>2934
And who do you think caused the rain?

>> No.2946  

>>2944
Someone very high up.

>> No.2951  

Hola

>> No.2952  

>>2951 Hola como estas

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>>2952
>>2952
Lo siento por respondo tardia
Soy bien pero necito agua
https://twitter.com/Yoda4ever/status/1565354143866241031



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116356 No.2244   [Reply]

Let's discuss ways how to spend our lives with otters
Which path should you choose if you want to help otters the most? Working at a zoo, or in research, or as a vet, or ... ? There are a lot of possibilities.

Does anyone here have experience working in these fields? It seems they all have upsides and upsides
Working at a zoo you get to be with otters all day (and other animals)
Working in research you get to uncover groundbreaking otter knowledge
Working as a vet you get to help sick and injured otters get better

What are other ways you can work for otters?

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>> No.2342  

>>2339
You just gotta keep your eyes on the prize

>> No.2748  

>>2300 Getting a job at a zoo is really hard, at least around here there are hundreds of applicants for every position that opens. Being an otter scientist is also not easy, but seems like the most rewarding otter career to me

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>tfw don't live in a country with an otter population

If I did I would look into volunteering for a charity. I'm not a vet but shit if someone 200 miles away said they found an otter cub in their garden I could pick it up for the charity.

If I had bigger balls I'd make a career out of hunting down poachers in SEA

>> No.2760  

>>2759
That makes me think. Are there any remote Otter jobs, for those of us who don't live near otters?

>> No.2950  

>>2760
Charities sometimes have volunteer openings for work in the media space, where you could work remotely editing content and stuff.



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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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92070 No.882   [Reply]

Did you know otters can climb trees?
What can't they do???

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>>1066>>1067>>1068
Those are some cute Martens, that's what they are.

>>2508
And the leaves!

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Masters of Bush, River, Sea, Art AND trees? Are ottes OP?

>> No.2913  

>>2912
Sometimes it seems like otters are too powerful, but in truth, they can do what they can do because they've got to do what they've got to do.

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>>2912
They're also expert musicians!

>>2913
Otts've gotta ott

>> No.2920  

>>2912 That otter is making some nice abstract impressionist art.



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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



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187456 No.2510   [Reply]

Let's talk about the different shapes of otters' heads. Funny thing I noticed, otters (at least some species) tend to have some kind of ridge down the middle of their heads. Does anybody know why they have this?

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>> No.2516  

>>2512
I will confess, I don’t know this strictly about otter brains. Most of what I said was an extrapolation from knowledge about the structure of how brains work and what the different regions do. I was on track to become a neurosurgeon for some time, but I dropped out of med school before it actually happened, so I’m not overly qualified, but I have some basic understanding of the brain as an organ, and so I just applied that knowledge to an image of an otter brain that I found and information about otter senses that I found online. So, you know, don’t take my word as gospel or anything, it’s more my best guess as to why otter heads are the way that they are.

>> No.2518  

>>2516
Oh, that's still a nice theory though, and it does make sense. Maybe there's another explanation though.
You were studying to become a neurosurgeon? That's really cool, how's life been going since you dropped out? I hope you found your calling.

>> No.2519  

>>2518
I'm glad you think it's reasonable, it's the best explanation that I could come up with for why there'd be a ridge like that in that specific area. And technically, I wasn't studying to be a neurosurgeon, that's just the specialization that I was looking at before I dropped out of med school. But that's neither here nor there, I suppose. Life's been fine since then though, I'm looking at becoming a teacher of some sort, probably teaching English if I can do what I want.

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Other carnivores have the same thing going on, I noticed
Dogs have it too, bears have it, raccoons have it, cats maybe to a lesser extent.

>> No.2903  

>>2901
Now I'd really like to know what's going on. Maybe this is just how the frontal/parietal bone grows in carnivores?



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322684 No.2834   [Reply]

Betty, a sea otter in the Aquarium of the Pacific, suddenly died without any known cause. She was healthy and did not show any unusual behavior prior to her death. Sea otters in captivity can normally live up to 20 years old.
https://twitter.com/AquariumPacific/status/1547989539913732096

What happened to Betty? Did someone do something to her? We can only speculate, but they are planning an investigation in the coming days.

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Here's a video of her, she was a big clapper.

>> No.2841  

RIP Betty
Hope they can find out what happened

>> No.2844  

Unfortunately, sometimes otters just pass. It happens to people too; I had a friend who died at 18 of an diagnosed heart condition with no symptoms at all, she just didn't wake up one day. I do hope it's something like that rather than foul play, it takes a special kind of mean to be mean to an otter.

>> No.2846  

>>2844
That's really sad, hope you got through that alright
When your time's up there doesn't need to be a rational cause I suppose

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There don't seem to be any news... But they have a four month old sea otter pup they recently rescued, still nameless



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118536 No.2893   [Reply]

Thought I should transplant this thread from /otter/. Post your best ott reaction pix here

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alright

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452061 No.1293   [Reply]

Otters can stand up. ITT post pictures of otters standing up.

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>> No.2057  

Can otters also walk on two legs?

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>>2057
It seems like they can.

>> No.2885  

>>2861 That one can.

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>>2885
If one otter can, maybe all otters can?

>> No.2888  

>>2887 How many cans can an otter can if an otter can can cans?



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2097923 No.44   [Reply]

Went for a spot of otter spotting today. Anyone here ever try this?
Otters are very elusive animals so it's hard to actually get to see one in the wild. To find out whether otters exist in an area you have to rely on finding spraint, tracks or setting up camera traps.

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>> No.2847  

>>2842
That's just how those cheeky otters are, they can sense when someone's after them. Animals have all kinds of senses that science can't explain, they often seemingly know things they shouldn't.

>> No.2848  

>>2842 I still hope you'll get to see them btw

>> No.2858  

>>2842
I had a thought. How about we all go to Scotland to watch otters together?
Something like this https://www.otter.org/Public/Events_OtterWatchingDays.aspx seems like a great meetup occasion to me.

>> No.2867  

>>2858
That sounds pretty cool
The tick warning has me spooked though. Forgot how tick and midge ridden Scotland is

>> No.2884  

Something for UK otter friends
https://www.mammal.org.uk/national-otter-survey/



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249828 No.19   [Reply]

Let's have a sea otter thread. Sea otters have the densest fur of all mammals. They know how to use rocks to crack open delicious sea shells. They eat urchins which keeps kelp forests alive. I love big fat fluffy cute sea otters.

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>> No.2115  

She smashes sea shells by the sea shore.

>> No.2205  

>>32
Living a better life than most people.

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Nighttime sea otter

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>>28
No, when people saw weasels in the sea they just though FUR, and pretty soon sea weasels were hunted to extinction.



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Toonimals otter episode
http://englishbrb.adnstream.com/video/zxoLriTguC/08-The-Otter

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>> No.2831  

>>2823 Isn't this world the world of otters? I mean there are lots of otters in it

>> No.2832  

>>2831
I mean a world comprised entirely of otters, and their favorite snacks.

>> No.2833  

>>2832
Well that would just be a paradise! But if I were to visit such a world, I'd be afraid to become the snack

>> No.2836  

>>2833
If I were to visit such a world I'd hope to be an otter and not a snack.

>> No.2843  

>>2823
Those ottes in Finding Dory were cute but I was a little disappointed they used generic rodent chirp sounds instead of actual sea otter sounds.



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360 degrees.

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>> No.2648  

>>2647 I couldn't imagine a better place to sleep

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>>2468 wish I could experience such comfyness

>> No.2827  

>>2690
Otters are already comfy, but then their comfiness is multiplied by the presence of other otters

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>>2827
This creates a feedback loop of comfiness where each otter makes the other otter even more comfy, thus resulting in perfect otter sleeps

here's a pic of the small clawed otters at Denver Zoo demonstrating this phenomenon

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>>2829 Of course otters putting their heads on each other is also a sign of affection, which is cute.



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