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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.2522  

>>2506
All the Ottercines we've had have kept becoming progressively more delightful each year, so I'm really looking forward to what next Wednesday has in store for us

>> No.2523  

>>2521
Oh wow, that's pretty cool. I wonder how many new otterlovers this advertisement is going to reach aside from just otternons

>> No.2524  

one week to go...

>> No.2527  

Just found out about this. Will be there

>> No.2529  

>>2527
Great! See you there!



No.1930   [Reply]

We all have a story of how we started to love otters, right?
About three years ago I saw a pair of Asian small clawed otters getting fed at a local wldlife park, I didn't really know what otters were before that and certainly had never seen any (except in anime and a few pictures). As I saw them running around and squeaking, I already had a sense that this was the animal. Later I found out they're not only cute and funny, but actually endangered and very important for the ecosystem. So logically, I had to devote myself to this new love and become their active supporter.
What are you guys' stories? Have you had wondrous enlightening experiences? Or have you just always loved otters?

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>> No.2266  

>>2229

>As Belinda Otter confidently scrambled into her preferred shoulder riding position, I was struck by the fact that I was not handling an animal - I was meeting a person, albeit of a totally different order, with her own clear ideas and opinions.

I like that one.

>> No.2267  

>>1930
found an otter channel on telegram a few months ago, found them cute

>> No.2426  
>they(otters) are much better at being otters than rabbits are at being rabbits, any fool can be a guinea pig or a fox. But it takes an expert to be an otter: a self reliant, advanced animal, in control of their environment, learning its skills, looking after its young for a year. They are just the top predator, a very exceptional grade of animal.

Now that's God's honest truth right there

>> No.2526  

I had heard a lot about Zootopia and finally convinced my then girlfriend to watch it with me.
It was hard convincing her because she thought it was silly for two adults to watch an animated movie, but eventually she agreed.
And then....she saw Mrs. Otterton with her little handbag, looking for her Husband. Very cute indeed. And as soon as she saw Mr. Otterton going crazy and angry, she laughed and said "Look, that's you!"
Soon she began to call me "Otter". It went so far that all her friends and family soon came to know me as "Otter". At first I disliked it and called her "Otterine" out of spite, but the names stuck.
When she was down I googled pictures of cute otters for her and soon stumbled upon various youtube channels where people had otters as pets.
I may be single again, but I'm still "Otter" at heart and watch some ottervideos almost every day.

>> No.2528  

>>2526 What a cute story! Lovely.



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1347256 No.1217   [Reply]

ITT Otter face close-ups

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Dortmund Zoo ASCOs

>> No.2425  

I’m ready to kiss all of them

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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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It has to do with how the gyri and sulci of the brain develops in otters, and which parts of the brain are increased in size relative to other animals. My understanding, and take it with a grain of salt because I'm no lutrologist, is that the temporal and parietal lobes of the brain, especially the parietal lobe, are both enlarged to account for otters' enhanced sense of smell and sensory capabilities through their whiskers. I also saw something saying that certain types of otters have very sensitive forelimbs, which would account for even more enlargement of the parietal lobe. The parietal lobe is located on the top sides of the skull, and significant enhancement in its size without similar increases to other sections is likely a major contributor to that groove. Additionally, there's something that can be seen in a picture of a standard river otter brain where it seems like the longitudinal fissure is enlarged in some capacity, but I couldn't explain that if I tried. Essentially, it all comes down to how the brain is shaped, and how the skull will adapt to best form around it to protect the brain of the ott

>> No.2512  

>>2511 Wow, that's fascinating. So their heads are that way because their brains are so big.
How did you learn so much about otter brains anon?

>> 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.



No.2515   [Reply]

Otters were nearly driven to extinction in the last 100 years from hunting, habitat loss and pollution. Since then, nature conservation has enjoyed a great wave of public support and laws to outlaw toxic pollutants and to protect endangered species like otters soon followed. This included a ban on hunting otters or disturbing them in any way (as in the UK example). Slowly we've seen these measures succeeding and otters have returned to many regions they had once been driven out from. Based on all this, I'm wondering what the long term goal of otter conservation should be. When otters were still common, they used to be persecuted and everyone used to hate them because they competed with fisheries. Do we just want to go back to that status quo before we nearly drove them to extinction – including returning to hunting and trapping like before?
Will we continue in some kind of legislatively self-controlled state of reduced human activity around otter habitats?
Conservation is pretty much still riding the same wave of public support that began back then. If this wave breaks, what are we gonna do? What if people stop caring about protecting nature again because they don't feel like it's being threatened anymore? Policy will be made based on what the public wants. If politicians don't think people want to protect otters anymore, then how will they be protected?
I suppose these are questions that go beyond just otters, but I'm still curious what you guys think about these things.

>> No.2517  

I feel like, with how modern life is going, conservation is always going to be a necessary thing. Unfortunately, I don't think that modern industry and existence will allow otters, or most animals for that matter, to return to their previous existences, and conservation is going to need to exist to protect otters from evil men in top hats



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138920 No.97   [Reply]

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Otters stay hydrated

[pic J.Miner]

>> No.2478  

>>2474
Do otters have webbed armpits too? Amazing

>> No.2495  

>>2478
They have pockets under their armpits. Maybe they have other things under there too

>> No.2496  

>>2495 Otter things

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>>819
Here's some schlippers.



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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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Updated rules to include:

>7. Animal abusers, zoophiles, furries, perverts and other miscreants will be blocked on sight.

Have a nice weekend! =)

>> No.2476  

Is there a way to report spam posts or Wakaba doesn't have something like that?

>> No.2477  

>>2476
There's no report feature, but it's not needed. I see everything.

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>>2477
The Ottmin is watching

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>>2505



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92070 No.882   [Reply]

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

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>> No.1112  

>>1066
>>1067
>>1068
Tree otters...

>> No.2508  

Otters: The only mammal both in the trees and in the seas.

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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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345270 No.1736   [Reply]

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

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>> No.1985  

>>1969
I wonder if wild otters eat that much chicken. Do they steal it from coops like other weasels do?

>> No.1986  

>>1985
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UBwYieboaA
relevant

>> No.2364  

I like trout, salmon and eel a lot. Crab and shrimp are also tasty.

>> No.2401  

>>1985 I think stoats and weasels and such are more aggressive chicken chokers than otters are, but I'm sure otters can do it too if they need to

>> No.2507  

Eating fish is very unhealthy for the fish.



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164567 No.2467   [Reply]

How loving and compassionate can otters be?

>> No.2472  

Otters live in loving families, they care for each other more than we do I'd even say.

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If you really want to see some loving otts, just look at sea otter mothers and pups

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>>2482
So true! There's no love like mother's love.

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Otter mums are the best! Maybe that's why otters are so amazing, because they have such wonderful parents.

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Otters' love is unconditional



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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/

>> No.2503  

Just signed up, looking forward to meeting many otter friends



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279203 No.2499   [Reply]

If you are not aware of the Bishan and Marina otter families from Singapore, I highly encourage you to look into it. My SO and I were searching for footage of otters being cute when we found this video, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75Q1qVFYJkk
learning about these two families, their way of living, and the wars they fight in entertained us both greatly. I love otters and I love otterchat.net. I hope this will pique your interest as much as it did mine. Have a good day wherever you are my otter-loving frens.

>> No.2500  

Thanks for sharing this! There's a lot to know about these families, I think their stories are fascinating (and often very dramatic). There are several of these families by the way, each with its own unique backstory.



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521803 No.118   [Reply]

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

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Do you guys like other mustelids beside otters?

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>>2484 Personally, I really like badgers. They're pretty looking.

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>>2489

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bang!

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I'm so happy that otters exist, sometimes I almost can't believe it!



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1506462 No.2089   [Reply]

MP4 and Webm thread.

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Testing MP3s.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85nwBixCKK4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VfuELVQjaA&t=990s

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Sea otter gets a check up

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>>2109
I like this



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102857 No.139   [Reply]

Otters have the best hands. Post some otter hands.

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>>1515 >>1179
OTTER MAGIC

>> No.1758  

>>1757 otter wuz here

>> No.1838  

>>1758
Imagine leaving "i wuz here" marks every time you take a step

Otters are real kings

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Some people may be intimidated by their big hands



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132270 No.694   [Reply]

360 degrees.

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>> No.2438  

>>2258
>>2260
Which is comfiest?

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>> No.2468  

>>2463
Having an otter to sleep on must be the comfiest.

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>>2468 yes



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33610 No.2356   [Reply]

I love otters!

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Just an otter eating a fish

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>> No.2460  

>>2362 Real otter's faces aren't this pointy, I think.



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194390 No.1783   [Reply]

Otters are wonderful friends, but sometimes... they don't get along.

Or maybe they do it for fun?

Here is some otter wrestling.

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>> No.1822  

>>1815

>Otters are forever

What's this silly phrase that keeps getting repeated here?
Don't you know that all will be destroyed when the Trumpet sounds?
Otters have a time (now) and a place (here). Don't try to stretch them beyond where they're meant to be. They are not that stretchy.

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Is this a fight or a hug?

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>>2436 either a fight or very fierce love.

>> No.2453  

>>2442
Otters love hard and fight hard

>> No.2454  

>>2453 Passionate otters!



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21241 No.2439   [Reply]
>Rocky, a male North American river otter at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden, died unexpectedly on Thursday, April 21, while undergoing a routine veterinary procedure at the Joan Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital. During the procedure, Rocky, 7, went into cardiac arrest and despite emergency response efforts performed by the OKC Zoo’s veterinary care team, he did not survive.
>A popular resident at the Zoo’s Oklahoma Trails habitat, Rocky brought many smiles to guests’ faces as they watched him swimming at his habitat often rolling and flipping through the water. He will be missed by his caretakers and Zoo fans. Rocky arrived at the Zoo in 2016 from Miller Park Zoo, Bloomington, Illinois.
>📷: Andrea Johnson

RIP Rocky :(

>> No.2440  

Otters come, otters go...

>> No.2441  

>>2439
RIP Rocky, the world is all the lesser for his loss.

>>2440
But they are always present in our hearts

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>>2440
They've got a new otter! her name is Hazel and she's one year old.

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>>2448 Long live Hazel!



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117231 No.155   [Reply]

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

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>>1964
yep I'm liking this

>> No.2005  

Apart from mixing up sea otters and river otters, this is pretty nice.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIyhlVjlp6k

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>>157

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>> No.2447  

https://otterfershyuure.ytmnd.com/



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449068 No.2366   [Reply]

Otters are really cute, but I don't think they're the cutest. They got an adorable face, but their feet always look ugly. Any other otter enjoyers feel grossed out by their feet? I feel like other animals definitely beat otters on the cuteness scale.

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>> No.2421  

>>2420
Based as fuck lol

>> No.2422  

>>2419
Otter feet have to look like this. If they didn't, otters wouldn't survive so well.

>> No.2423  

>>2422
True but the point is otter feet aren't cute. With all I've done for otters over the years, I think I can at least say otter feet are ugly lol.

>> No.2424  

>>2423 maybe they're not cute but they're not ugly either. They're cool.

>> No.2435  

>>2423

>With all I've done for otters over the years, I think I can at least say otter feet are ugly lol.

That not how it works



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213521 No.2427   [Reply]

Are different types of otters friends with each other? For instance, if a Eurasian and a Marine otter met one another, would they be nice to one another?

>> No.2428  

Interesting question, depends on the mood I suppose. If a Eurasian and a Marine met on the beach, I think they would play. But only if they don't have a territory or a female to defend.

>> No.2429  

Interestingly the Marine otter is longer than the Eurasian otter, but the Eurasian is heavier. Can't be easily said who would win the play wrestling match.

>> No.2430  

>>2428
so much depends
upon

the mood of
otters

soaked with clear
water

beside each other
playing

Here's a shitty adaptation of "The Red Wheelbarrow" made to fit otters

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>>2430 Very nice anon



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119286 No.2403   [Reply]

I just got a new computer, and lost all of my otter pics. Could y'all help me out and post some vital otter pics?

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Love you too!

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No.93   [Reply]

"The otter's charm, so little known
Holds no ceptre, has no throne
Lives in groups or on his own
Relishing his dearest stone.

Dirt upon which otter rests,
In a coat of comfort drest,
The big wide river makes him guest,
Its wealth upon the beast bequests.

Though in the waves at home is he,
and on the surface equally,
In either must he cease to be,
Split half and half, the otter's see.

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>> No.1966  

Otters in the Sea

by students of the Scotholme Primary School Fisher Street

Otters in the sea, otters in the sea.
Otters live in the sea.
It is their world, their palace, their universe,
they've got food, they've got friends, they've got
Everything they want,
In the sea, in the sea.

Otters in the sea, otters in the sea.
otters keep their fur clean.
their fur keeps them healthy and it keeps them warm.
If they are dirty they'll sink,so they sometimesthink, Its time for a spin

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>> No.2207  

Like a blazing torch go forth
Oh otter spotter volunteers
Go where no one else will go
See what no one else can see

The queen of rivers has returned
The page has turned and spring appeared
Her home is graced by silent tread
Her kingdom welcomes her again

Be the bearer of good news
Be the light that lights our hearts
For you no water is to deep
For you no riverbank to steep

>> No.2212  

Be as an otter
Unheard, unseen
Be as an otter
Swim up the stream
Be as an otter
Just for a day
Be as an otter
Enjoy the play
Be as an otter
Enjoy the fun
Be as an otter
Never outdone
Be as an otter
Sharp claws and teeth
Be as an otter

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>> No.2374  

Mustelid, animal of such beauty
Diving, entry into the water
The fish swims away, hopelessly
Trying to preserve its life
Alas, a useless goal
Ripping and tearing
The otter hunts
Comes to land
Lies down
Eats



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