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37641 No.1517   [Reply]

I've got a weasel here, comrades. Are they our allies or not?

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>> No.1519  

Weesels are friends. Don't know why anyone would portray them as evil.

>> No.1520  

>>1517
Weasels are just dry otters

>> No.1521  

>>1520 Too dry. Can you really trust a dry animal?

>> No.1522  

>>1517 Don't put a gun so close to a weasel, it's dangerous.

>> No.1523  

>>1517
Depends on the weasel.
Any tiny creature that can rip out the throat of its enemies and scare off predators many times its size is one you would probably prefer to have as an ally, no?
The question is, can the weasel you've cornered be trusted?
Only time will tell.



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74317 No.1503   [Reply]

I feel a Second Spring coming on.
Otters aren't ready for summer to be over.
I think otters are going to make it Spring again, all over the world cause they want to keep splashing in the water while it's really really HOT

>> No.1504  
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944641

What do you mean? Otters flourish in all seasons. They like Autumn because they can play with leaves. And use them as fancy hats.

>> No.1505  

>>1504
Otters KNOW there are greater seasons and cycles and THIS IS ONE
Any otter could tell you: this is not a time for fallen leaves.
This is a time to SPLASH something new into existence and SPRING into a news cycle.



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189770 No.515   [Reply]

Post em

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>> No.1482  

Otters have tongues, that is a fact.

>> 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.



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144066 No.1471   [Reply]

Afghanistan is otter country. Will the taliban be nice to them?

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>> No.1479  

>>1475
The answer to that is most certainly not.
Otters see a threat to their environment, they take it out.
Apex predators don't tolerate no upstart competition.

>> No.1480  

>>1479
Are they really a threat though? That was the original question

>> No.1484  

>>1480
Sometimes the original question is not the real question.
Regardless, the reality is this:
To the extent that the Taliban are nice to their otters, the Taliban will continue to exist. To the extent that they are not nice to otters, they will cease to exist. The choice is theirs.

>> No.1485  

SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST

>> No.1494  

>>1485
Survival of the ottest



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>> No.1490  

Omg this is the BEST!!!

>> No.1491  

>>1490
yeah it's cool! try it yourself :)
https://lachlanarthur.github.io/Braille-ASCII-Art/

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34317 No.1360   [Reply]

Steppin on the beach

>> No.1458  

What do sea otters do on the beach?

>> No.1459  

>>1458
Based on the pic I'd say, boogie.

>> No.1462  

>>1458
They step, they slip, they stir, they sit.



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225092 No.807   [Reply]

My fine fellows,

our annual otter movie night is to return at the end of next month, God willing. We shall enjoy a rewatch of the classic otter film Ring of Bright Water along with perhaps some fun educational otter videos.

We meet on May 26th at 9PM CET at our usual location: https://cytu.be/r/ottercine

Make sure to tell your friends. Looking forward to a good time!

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>> No.1027  

>>1019
>>1021
Is it possible to go back and look at an archived version of the stream?

>> No.1028  

>>1027 Uhh, I don't believe that exists.

>> No.1030  

>>1028
Exactly, so I don’t think that you could go back and look at the documentaries posted in the chat . Right?

>> No.1031  

>>1027 >>1028 >>1030
I guess you can never step in the same Ottercine twice.
We'll just have to do it all over again.

>> No.1388  

>>1002 Yep. I watch otter movies for the plot.



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1169478 No.94   [Reply]

Asian short clawed otters are so small and pudgy. Compare that to Eurasian otters with their muscular, well-proportioned bodies.
How do you explain this?

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You still gotta love their chubby round faces.

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>>130
Definitely. They are the most widespread otter species for a reason.

>> No.305  

>>177
Greatest empire in history.

>> No.869  

Eurasian otters are lone otters, they have to be strong in their own. Meanwhile Asian Small Clawed Otters live in groups and so they can rely on each other more.

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>>869
Good old Strength in Numbers.



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173995 No.1199   [Reply]

Where earth and water mix, there is muddy otter.

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>> No.1210  

>>1209 Certainly looks fun

>> No.1213  

>>1209
Of course! Everyone knows getting muddy is a cleansing spa treatment. Otter spa is always enjoyable.

>> No.1348  

>>1213

>Otter spa

Is that a spa for otters, or a spa with otters?

>> No.1349  

>>1348
A spa of otters, by otters, for otters.

>> No.1372  

>>1349
The best kind.



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427324 No.1222   [Reply]

I want to break free

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>> No.1269  

>>1247
All otts are dangerous if you make them angry.
Hot tip: don't make an otter angry!

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>>1229

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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.1178  

>>1166 Such a beautiful face

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>> No.1265  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bL0rAwSaSo



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8526 No.1163   [Reply]
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>> No.1191  

>>1190 Yep, looks like otters to me.

>> No.1205  

>>1190
I can say with 70% certainty that those are indeed otters, though one of them looks something like soup

>> No.1206  

>>1190
Oh, those ones are quite rare actually. Soup otters. Most otters prefer wild habitats, but soup otters prefer to play and hunt in soup, rather than rivers. A bit like glamping, maybe?

>> No.1211  

>>1206 So instead of hunting in the water, they simply eat the water?

Brilliant.

>> No.1212  

>>1211
Like shooting fish in a barrel.
Otters are the wisest hunters.



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141709 No.611   [Reply]

Otters really know how to snug each other.
Post Big Otts and Little Otts being cute and snuggly.
The world could use some love.

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>>612
Big Otts snuggling Big Otts
Big Otts snuggling Little Otts
Little Otts snuggling Little Otts
All of these are OK.

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Kisses!

>> No.1156  

>>1151

>kisses

x

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>>1151

>> No.1161  

There's no love like an otter for an otter.



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41045 No.586   [Reply]

How do I profit from otters?

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>> No.609  

>>593

>As in, how do I predict the future using the power of otters, or how do I predict where otters will be so that I can be around them?

I find the two faculties to be related. The more in tune you are with the otter, the more you will sense its presence, and also the more you will unlock its advanced understanding of reality, and so gain glimpses into the future. That's how it's always worked for me, anyway.

>>595 The closer the better.
Full body snuggles would ensure max profetability, I imagine.

>> No.621  

>>609 Otter knows not to fall for clairvoyant scams. That's how Otter has so much money.

>> No.693  

>>609

>Full body snuggles would ensure max profetability, I imagine.

But otters don't always like being touched. In fact for them it's better to keep a distance.

>> No.702  

>>693 Well, it entirely depends on the relationship between the otter and the wannabe snuggler, doesn't it?
If there's one thing this image board proves, it's how happy otters look when they're getting cuddly with their otter-friends.
Obviously, as extremely discerning creatures, otters do not permit themselves to be touched by just anyone.

>> No.1149  

Train otters to catch you fish, then sell it.



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104541 No.522   [Reply]
>How can I help otters?
>The first thing you may ask yourself after learning about otters is how you can help them. 12 out of 13 otter species in the world are in danger of extinction. Thankfully, many different organisations around the world are dedicated to conserving and caring for otters.

You fellas doing your part?

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>>525 The three Rs of recycling! Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

Reduce your consumption of disposable items (at least to a degree)
Reuse anything you can. plastic bread bags for examples.
and recycle anything you can. (of course)
Selfish acts, but good acts. And the most I can do for now.

>There's a big ol list on the home page

Oh! I didn't see it! Thanks anon!

>> No.529  

>>527 Very good tips otteranon. Let's hope it will make a bit less of our trash end up in Otterland.

>> No.868  

Otterchan itself helps otters. Because people come here not knowing about otters, and after they come here, they know about otters. We transmit otter knowledge.

>> No.871  

>>527
Love the pic!

>> No.1147  

>>868
This site has found its purpose in the world.



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153239 No.1117   [Reply]

Livin' on the edge.

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>Captcha: paw
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fast ott



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25120 No.207   [Reply]

Animals have to be smart to be able to do stupid things. Only intelligent animals can even come up with stupid things to do. That's why otters, raccoons, etc. are so funny, because they're intelligent. Stupid animals can only sleep, eat and do normal things which is why they're less funny. That's my theory at least. What do you think?

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>> No.1076  

>>340 >>441 Well, did he fly up there and catch it?

>> No.1077  

>>1076 Not worth it. there's not a lot of meat in clouds.

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>>207
The memes write themselves in real time

  • from /icup/
>> No.1090  

>>1089 Ugh, raccoons...

>> No.1091  

>>1090 >>1089 Those fiends!



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170152 No.257   [Reply]

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

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>> No.344  

An otter will let you know what he wants.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zGTzclrsujA

>> 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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742033 No.92   [Reply]

I don't just like otters because they're cute. Lots of things are cute. Otters are more than that. Things like cuteness and beauty only touch the eyes. Otters however, touch your heart. There's just something about them that I can't describe, it's as if they are life in its purest form. It's as if if you opened a dictionary to look up the definition of "life", you could just find a picture of otters.

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>> No.464  

>>463
This is the case except in quantum otters which can have multiple states at the same time.

>> No.465  

>>464 I do suppose quantum physics can explain otters very well

>> No.477  

>>464
Thats when it gets really good

>> No.478  

>>465
It was only when I took a deep dive into Quantum physics that I truly began to understand otters and what makes them so special.

>> No.1072  

>>478
Please share your discoveries with us otter anon.



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92053 No.1032   [Reply]

Did you know otters rape their babies? I thought it was interesting

>> No.1033  

>>1032 Do you have a source for your claim?

>> No.1034  

>>1033 ı'm just joking kek

>> No.1035  

If otters do that, does that mean it's actually a cool and fun thing to do?

>> No.1036  

Of course they don't rape their own babies! That would be terrible. They only rape the babies of other species.

>> No.1037  

>>1032 A smear campaign against otters on their very own chan? Surely not. Careful, anon. Otters may be passionate about free speech, but cross that RED line and find out what 'apex predator' really means.



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20350 No.979   [Reply]

How are you otternons celebrating?

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>> No.987  

>>982
Well, you have to be able to catch those big fish somehow!

>> No.988  

>>987
Otters are filter feeders now?

>> No.1004  

>>983
That is so cute! Great collection.
Between Ottercine 2021 and those otter plushies, this is my best World Otter Day yet!
Thanks for sharing it, Otternons.

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>>986
Sure. Here's what I put together last year.

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And this one is from 2019. It seems like I forgot in 2018 though. I also made anime otter collages, see >>991 for 2017 and >>992 for 2019.



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43665 No.876   [Reply]

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

>> No.877  

Hotter

>> No.878  

Otter

>> No.879  

Father if you’re from New Jersey

>> No.907  

>>876
Potter



No.836   [Reply]

What is an "otter"?

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>>836
Magnificence, opulence, grandeur, nobility, and all that is good in the world. Or, more simply, a friend, assuming, of course, that you are judged worthy.

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Otters are life. No creature is as alive as an otter.



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42090 No.792   [Reply]

Given that they are little torpedoes, how deep can they actually go? I suspect sea otters can go the deepest since they actually forage straight from the seafloor.
What does the science say?

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>>792
From my understanding, it differes greatly between species of otters. Sea otters are able to hold their breath for 4-5 minutes, and can reach a maximum depth of roughly 300 feet, with the deepest dive ever recorded being 318 feet. However, the average dive is under a minute long and the average depth is roughly 60 feet, which would imply that depths greater than 60ish feet would be somewhat uncomfortable or impractical for otters to undertake regularly and only really happen when necessary.

River otters, on the other hand, cannot go nearly as deep or for nearly as long, bottoming out at around a maximum depth of 60 feet per dive. However, they can swim at speeds of up to 7 mph, whereas sea otters usually don't go too much faster than 5-6. River otters can also swim for a quarter of a mile underwater before needing to come up for air, and can hold their breath for around 4 minutes comfortably, with the maximum recorded time sitting at roughly 8 minutes before needing to come up for air.

Looking back, that was a bit more information than you initially asked for, but extra information on otters never hurt anybody!

>> No.833  

>>822

>extra information on otters never hurt anybody!

Fact!

>> No.834  

>>822
This post was just otters swimming thru your eyes and into your brain! Thanks otteranon!

>> No.838  

>>834
I aim to please. Glad you liked it!



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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.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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