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521803 No.118  

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

>> No.126  

Hello

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This is a cute imageboard!

>> No.133  
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>>118
Hey guys! How's it going? I'm doing well!

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>>133
Good to hear anon. Doing fine myself, it's a nice sunny day out.

>> No.146  

Good evening fellas.

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>>135
We had a nice couple of days here, but it went back to shitty weather. Oh well, hopefully otters like the rain

>> No.150  

>>148
I'm sure they do. Gives them higher water levels after all.

>> No.178  
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Hope you're all having a fine weekend.

>> No.199  

Good morning otters. Otters sleep whenever they want, just like me.

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>>118
Hey guys. Just posting here as I listen to Marty Robbins and look at otters before bed.

>> No.202  

>>201
Good night anon.

>> No.204  

>>178
It ended up being really nice, I’m just sad that it’s over. Hopefully your weekend was also pleasant

>> No.206  
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>>201
Have you seen these ones?

>> No.210  

>>206
I cannot say that I have. Where are those handsome men from?

>> No.212  

>>210
Those are Brazilian, I believe.

>> No.213  

>>206
Those are definitely still babies.

>> No.215  

testing

>> No.217  

>>178
Why does he have a feather? Is he trying to write something?

>> No.218  
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:3

>> No.224  

>>217
It's probably from a recently eaten bird.

>> No.228  

>>224

>otter
>eating a bird

Can otters fly now?

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>>228
Oh, need proof?

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>>230
Wow. I knew otters were awesome, but I didn't know that they had superpowers!

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Good morning otters

>> No.249  

>>230
You have much to learn about Otters, Padawan.
And your in the right place!

>> No.250  

>>249
^^^
For
>>238
Not
>>230

Otters also have much to learn about using chans
but are very happy to have otterchan to learn
ty chanmakers from otters worldwide
expect more otts daily as word spreads of our new homebase
homebased otters are happy otters
mustellids FTW!

>> No.251  

>>250 Always happy about more otter posts. I'm refreshing this page so many times.

>> No.253  

>>251
Otters are so refreshing, aren't they?

>> No.255  

>>253
Definitely.

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>>245
Good morning to you too. How's your day going?

>> No.260  

>>256
Been very comfy so far. How about you?

>> No.261  

How did you all find this board? I came here through anon.cafe.

>> No.263  

>>260
There's a damn woodpecker right outside my window. I could use one of those flying otters to come get rid of it right about now. Good aside from that though

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Good night, otters

>> No.280  

>>277
Sweet dreams, sleepy otts.
Here's a lullaby
Holding hands in a dream
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=60oRMMlPpVw

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Hey Hey Hey, everybody. Just popping in before I head out and get some rest. Sleep tight otterfriends

>> No.303  

>>301 Hope you slept well otterlad

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I see you went the /kind/ route and decided to make your own imageboard.
Good luck with that.
t. /kind/

>> No.311  

>>310
Hello /kind/.

>> No.313  

>>310

>watermelon

disgusting

>> No.315  

>>313
Do otters dislike watermelon?

>> No.316  

>>315
Yeah, but they'll eat it anyways.

>> No.318  

>>313

>Bullying the /kind/ poster like that.

Come on, we need to be polite to guests.

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>>318
It's not bullying anon. You should know that otters like to play rough.

>> No.325  

>>323
Yeah, but that's a /kind/ poster, not an otter. You need to be nice to guests

>> No.327  

>>325
Well I think he ought to grow some thicker fur if he wants to come round these parts!

>> No.334  

>>323

>You should know that otters like to play rough.

There's no denying that.

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>> No.357  

>>356
I sea an otter

>> No.359  
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Comfy board.

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>>359
The comfiest. I must say, I was a bit skeptical about leaving the webring, but I'm throughly enjoying otterchan

>> No.361  

>>360
Lucky someone saw the real need for a place to talk anonymously about otters on the internet.
TY to the otterchan-makers.
Otter do best in sanctuaries, and now they have a global one, at last: otters can go glowball.

>> No.362  

>>360
We spent long enough in there, we're doing us now.

>> No.363  

yeah, I Think we can stand on our own four legs.

>> No.364  

>>363 it's funny because otters have 4 legs (two on each side)

>> No.365  

>>364
But sometimes they have two and sometimes three. and other times they have five.

>> No.366  

>>363
>>364
Their legs are also fins

>> No.367  

>>366
and sometimes hands but only some of them

>> No.369  

>>365

>5 legs

What? Is that a joke about penises, like how a guy with a large one has three legs?

>> No.370  

>>369
I think it's a joke about otters.

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>>369 well they can get pretty large.

>> No.372  

>>371
Both pretty and large.just like otters themselbes

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>>369
Maybe some otters have a prehensile tail, like spyder monkeys. That would make 5.

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>>373
What is that, an otter pic for ants?

>> No.377  

>>376
a small picture of a small otter.

>> No.382  

>>377
Precisely. You really get the impact of how small that otter feels.

>> No.387  

>>382
Small but still effective

>> No.388  

Ilike that otters are on chans now.
Its good ehrn endangered spieciescan find new habitat in the interwebs
Does anyone konw is there are otters on discord to? If i was on doscord Id want there to be otters to findd there, is what im saying. if anyone here knows.

>> No.389  

>>387 That's why I love otters! They completely disprove the false mass/force relationship. Proof that a smoller action can have a bigger impact.

>> No.391  

>>388 sorry anon I don't know about that. I saw a few otter groups on telegram but they were either lefties or righties using otters as mascots for their agenda which was a sad sight to see. ithink otterchan is your best bet for having a good otter time online

>> No.393  

>>389
A smaller otter is simply more otter energy bundled into a smaller area. Speed, maneuverability, and ability to hide in hollow logs all increase with smolnes.

>> No.394  

>>391
If that's true then otters better reclaim their identity, stat. Can't have otters being used as mascots by people who don't even understand them! No good will come of that, mark my words.

>> No.395  

>>391 I hate politics fags, they ruin everything.

>> No.396  

>>393
yeah
Otter = T.A.R.D.I.S.
External size and appearance conceal true power capacity.

>> No.398  

>>396 maybe it has to do with their stretchiness?

>> No.399  

>>398
Anon, you are really onto something there!
These are core otter metrix we are touching on here, and therefore keys to understanding the mysteries of the universe. Most especially the resolution of the paradox between classical and quantum physics. Which is what God created Otters for, obviously.

>> No.401  

>>399
But otter physics are pretty straight forward aren't they?
Swim straight forward, get fish. The more forward the more fish.

>> No.402  

>>399
>>401
I'd like to expand this idea of Otter Science. There are some layers of Otter we don't understand.

>> No.404  

>>402 How many layers of otter are you on?

>> No.406  

>>404
Otter layer cake? give me some

>> No.412  

>>373
Otters tails are stronk indeed. Iirc sometimes when an otter stands upright (otters can do that) they might use their tail to keep balance, as a kind of third leg. Also they use it for aquatic propulsion.

>> No.413  

>>399
You're making my head spin with this advanced otter stuff anon

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>>413
Come on, anon, this is basic otter physics. Did you not graduate otter-college or something?

>> No.415  

>>414
No, I barely made it through swim school

>> No.421  

>>402
I'd say our current understanding is very rudimentary indeed, but that's ok because otters are very patient creatures and I think they truly get our desire to learn.
Actually, with the level of intellectual interest in otters growing rapidly, as it is, I expect we'll see some big breakthroughs this year. The signs are good that this will be a great year for both otters and the science of otters. Hopefully for otter-lovers too!

>> No.425  

Sometimes I like otterchan, and sometimes I really like otterchan.

>> No.428  

>>425 Remember to tell your friends about otterchan!

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Good morning otters

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>>445
Happy Equinox, Otters!

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Class time about to start. Coming by to say hello Otters!

>> No.457  

>>456
Is it otter class? Hopefully so, but even if not, have a good time otterfriend

>> No.458  

>>456 I hope you'll learn a lot about otters.
>>457 Otters should be a compulsory subject in school

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>>457
>>458

Thank you for your wishes! It wasn't otter class, but here's a fact about otters I learned recently:

Apparently, Otters are used in human fishing in some parts of the world to help lure fish into human nets!
From wikipedia on the Otter page: "For many generations, fishermen in southern Bangladesh have bred smooth-coated otters and used them to chase fish into their nets. [...] this traditional use of domesticated wild animals is still in practice in the district of Narail, Bangladesh."

I hope they got alot of fish after a good day's work!

>> No.469  

>>468
Fascinating! Otters are natorious fish-getters. It's only logical people would use them to get fish.

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>> No.472  

>>470
>>471
let him go

>> No.473  

>>468

>I hope they got alot of fish after a good day's work!

They had better! My question, though, is whether they get their fish off a salary of a commission based on how many fish they bring in.

>> No.474  

>>469
Otters are fishers of souls.

>> No.475  

>>470
>>471
I like these a lot. They make me feel cuddled.

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>>475
Wanna cuddle otters

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>>505 Yes please!
(That was an invitation, right?)

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Helllo otternons

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>>547 Hi!

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>>547
>>548
Hey guys! How’re otter anons doing today?

>> No.551  

>>549
Wow, is that Nemo?
I'm doing fine, just a bit busy these days. Looking for work and a place to live. How about you otteranon?

>> No.552  

>>549
>>551

I'm fine! Grab some lunch and about to go home from college.

>looking for a job and a place to live

I hope you'll find both of these soon enough. I'll have to work on that too very soon... Good luck for the both of us!

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>>551
>>552
Good luck otternons with finding a place to live. Hopefully somewhere that you can go visit otters regularly!

>> No.563  

>>561 Otters can visit me if they want

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I love otters and I love otterchan

>> No.581  

>>547
Hello!

>that pic
>"Look how tall I am mom!"
>> No.582  

>>569
Is that otter walking on water? Is that the otter messiah?

>> No.584  

>>582 Nah, otters don't walk on water. How would they get their snacks?

>> No.626  

>>569 Whoa! Look at him go!
(Nice numbers btw)

>> No.636  

Good night otters.

>> No.637  

>>561 Ah, I'd love to have a nice lakeside property where I can greet otters every morning

>> No.641  

>>637 Now that's living the dream.

>> No.659  

>>552
Whats your major otterbro?

>> No.660  

>>641 If I ever make it you are all invited.

>> No.662  

>>391 To me it seems the imageboard format would be the most conductive to good otterposting. It gives you a way to share otter pics that isn't just for farming likes or upvotes, it actually enables discussion, and it isn't exclusive to a closed circle of posters.

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>> No.668  

>>666

>Satan trips for devil otter
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>> No.676  

>>675 I want!

>> No.678  

Hello

>> No.679  

>>675
Where can I find him for the hugs?

>>678
Hey otternon! How’s it going?

>> No.680  

>>679 Pretty good, what about you?

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Hello /otter/ just visiting. Some coon mentioned your site.

>> No.686  

>>684
Welcome and enjoy your stay. Feel free to ask any questions about otters.

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>>684
I'm looking forward for an alliance with coons and otters :D

>> No.712  

Boy I sure do love otters

>> No.713  
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Hello otterchan

>> No.714  

>>713 hello

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Hi have otter socks

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>>712
What a smart opinion, otternon.

>> No.726  

>>723 Loving otters is indeed a sign of intelligence.

>> No.737  

>>713
Hello, President Pepe!
Welcome here.

>> No.738  

>>711 Good to see that OtterArmy got the 'Full Armor of God" v3.17 upgrade.
Looks like they're ready to ROCK>

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Hey otternons! In otter class again. Did you know that a group of otters is called a “romp”?

>> No.743  

>>742
A group of otters is called a
A group of otters is called a

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>>742
Wow, you sure are learning a lot about otters! What I wouldn't give to be able to take an otter class. And that's a cool ott fact, I'd love to see a romp of otters sometime soon.

>> No.755  

>>744 We could hold online Otter classes through otterchan of course.

>> 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
>> No.788  

>>784
wat more do you need?

>> No.798  

>>784
>>788
Honestly those two rules probably cover 99% of good posts here, can't go wrong with that

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Nice captcha

>> No.817  

>>816
Fur! Thats what otters have!

>> No.818  

>>817
Otters! They have fur!

>> No.827  

>>818 And a lot of it.

>> No.846  

>>391 where are the online otter people actually? It can't be just here. let's grow this place somewhat.

>> No.852  

>>846
They are mostly hiding on 4chan's /an/ board and the zootopia general on /trash/.

>> No.853  

>>852

>/trash

oh no

>> No.854  

I'm always here...

>> No.856  

>>853
We're pretty cool actually.

>> No.857  

>>856

>/trash
>being anything aside from total faggots

Not in my lifetime

>> No.858  

>>857 let's not get too heated over here

>> No.865  

>>858
Yeah, that might've been a bit rude. But honestly, have you ever been on /trash/? The place is a hellscape.

>> No.866  

>>865
As long as we don't let /otter/ become a hellscape we're fine

>> No.867  

>>866
/otter/ is just fine as it is.

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Hello otterchan.

>> No.873  

>>872 Hello!

>> No.874  

>>866 Just keep being a Board of Otters. That will filter all the filth naturally.

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Hello from /Late/. Glad to see you guys now have a permanent independent home!

>> No.881  

>>875
welcome!

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Hello otterfriends.

>> No.896  

>>887>>872
Hey otternons! How're you guys doing? I'm doing pretty well, hopefully you guys are the same

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>>896 Ayo! I'm doing fine. =w= Quickly looking up my favorite boards before class.
Also, silly captcha spotted

>> No.898  

>>896
Doing good otterfriend! Glad to hear you're doing fine too.

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Hello otter friends. I hope you're doing well.

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>> No.904  
>date is yy/mm/dd

Absolutely blessed image board.

>> No.906  

>>903 That's not an otter, get otter here

>> No.910  

>>903
Huh, that sure is a funky otter. Are we sure he belongs here?

>> No.933  

>>910
I'm not so shore.

>> No.941  

>>933

>Dubs in the post number
>Quads in the time stamp

It’s pretty clear, that fake otter does not belong here

>> No.942  

>>941 It's understandable, who doesn't wanna be an otter?

>> No.946  

I liek otters

>> No.948  

>>946
A reasonable and just opinion

>> No.949  

Thank you for liking otters.

>> No.977  

Today is OUR day otter anons. How are you celebrating?

>> No.1018  

>>452 what is "equinox"?

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Hi otters how's it going

>> No.1025  

>>1024
How come otters always lie on top of each other? Are they that comfy?

>> No.1026  

>>1025
I mean, they have super dense and soft fur to the point that they don't get wet when they're in water, and they are generally pretty cuddly to other otters. So you tell me, does that sound comfy?

>> No.1029  

>>1026 Yeah that does sound pretty comfy. Otter levels of comfy.

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>> No.1047  

>>1043
That is one surprised looking otter!

>> No.1048  

>>1047 That otter looks like he looks.

>> No.1049  

>>1047
Is it the otter who is surprised, or is it you?

>> No.1114  

hello hello

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>> No.1116  

>>712 What could an otter inspire except intense love?

>> No.1140  

>>1116 A fierce desire for freedom.

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cuet otter faec

>> No.1186  

Sweet dreams, otters and otter-lovers.
Miss you all.

>> No.1193  

🦦

>> No.1194  

this looks like a nice comfy place

>> No.1204  

>>1194
That's because it is

>> No.1207  

>>1204
Comfy.
5:5

>> No.1216  
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There he goes

>> No.1241  

Hey anons!
What a lovely board, I wish you all a happy weekend!

>> No.1242  
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>>1241
Hello

>> No.1248  

>>1241
Happy weekend for all otters and otter fans!
It's going to be great!

>> No.1250  

you can't just go around calling yourself an otter. you have to EARN IT

>> No.1253  

>>1250
Who gave you the authority to judge who does and doesn't get to be an Otter?!
Otter state cannot be earned.
It is a gift of Grace.

>> No.1254  

Post your favourite song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1DiEAO3O_4

>> No.1255  

>>1253

>Who gave you the authority to judge who does and doesn't get to be an Otter?!

The same question can be asked to you, friend.
Otters identify other otters through sight, sound, smell, touch.
You look like an otter?
You sound like an otter?
You smell like an otter?
You feel like an otter?
Then, according to otters, you're an otter.

>> No.1262  

>>1255

>The same question can be asked to you, friend.

GOD

>> No.1264  

maybe it's not a yes/no question either. Maybe something can be an otter and not at the same time?

>> No.1283  

Do otters love divegrass?

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>>1283
I'd say otters like diving and grass

>> No.1285  

>>1264
If it's not an otter, it's not an otter even if it's otter.

>See Minks, grisons, otter civets, otter shrews etc.
>> No.1342  

Hi, otterchan.

>> No.1343  

>>1342 hi

>> No.1344  

Ohayou Otters!

>> No.1346  
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760321

>>1342

>> No.1353  

Who is best otter?

>hey as the captcha

nice

>> No.1357  

nothing is better than otter.

actually rabbit

>> No.1362  

>>1357
there was some island where otters hunt rabbits, I don't remember where

>> No.1366  

>>1362
Yeah. They do that.

>> No.1367  
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>>1366

>> No.1370  

otters super nice friend animals

>> No.1371  

Hello

>> No.1379  
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>>1370
Otters are the best friends, no matter who you are.

>>1371
Hey there otternon!

>> No.1380  
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I want to make otter art.

>> No.1381  

Happy Friday, otters!

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>>1381
I forgot my pic

>> No.1384  

>>1382 >>1381 And a blessed friday to you, otter!

>> No.1399  

Hi otters. Hope you had a good start of the week.

>> No.1400  

>>1399
I had the best Monday I’ve had in a long time. Here’s hoping that everyone else had a good one too!

>> No.1401  

>>1400
Happy to hear that! I've had better ones, but maybe next one will be better.

>> No.1409  

Happy Sunday everyone! :*

>> No.1410  

>>1409 And a swimming Sunday to you.

>> No.1421  
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An otter for you to look at. Happy Friday everyone

>> No.1431  
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Missing my otter fam more than ever tonight.
<3

>> No.1433  
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Hello

>> No.1434  

>>1433
What a pettable otter!
/pets friendly otter/

>> No.1437  

Sweet dreams, otter friends.
May the world be born even more beautiful tomorrow, and even more full of pristine otter habitat.

>> No.1438  

>>1437 Amin.

>> No.1440  

I found an otter swimming at my local college's lake one time. I wanted to go pet him but he ran away before I could get my grubby hands on him.

>> No.1441  

>>1440
Wise otter

>> No.1443  

>>1440
You can't just go and pet an otter. You need to invite him to dinner first.

>> No.1444  

>>1443
Yeah, show him you really care.
Otters are so adorable, too many are in it for the drive-by pets. But build the bond and the pets will follow.

>> No.1445  

>>1440
Listen to this otternon >>1444 Keep going and visiting the otter, and one day he may allow you some pets. And maybe try to get some pics for us otter lovers who aren't as lucky as you

>> No.1448  

>>1445 Otteranons are worth listening to

>> No.1449  

>>1448
Otternons are my favourite people.

>> No.1452  

>>1449 otters are my favourite otters

>> No.1463  

Whazzup

>> No.1465  

What a weird place.

>> No.1466  

>>1465 You'll get used to it

>> No.1472  

hello otter frens

>> No.1473  

>>1472 hiiii

>> No.1497  

I LOVE OTTERS
AND OTTERS LOVE ME
!!!

>> No.1498  

>>1497
Reaally?
Prove it.

>> No.1499  

>>1498
Why would I prove it to you?
They proved it to me, I proved it to them. It's a done deal.
I was just sharing.

>> No.1500  

>>1499
Otter love is a rare and precious thing, only the chosen ones can obtain it

>> No.1501  

Ohaiyo!

>> No.1502  

OhklaHOMEah!

>> No.1506  

>>1500
Amen

>> No.1598  
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Hello
Posting this from Otter Browser
https://otter-browser.org/

>> No.1599  

>>1598
Using a browser because it's called otter? That's dedication.

>> No.1600  

>>1598
Otters took over Opera! Nice!

>> No.1601  
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I hope you're all in a very ottery mood today

>> No.1602  

>>1601
I'm feeling pretty h. Thanks and have a good day too!

>> No.1603  

>>1601
FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF

>> No.1605  

>>1601
I'm usually I, and B when I'm alone.

>> No.1612  

>>1601
when i saw A i was C

>> No.1613  

>>1612
Me tooooooooooo

>> No.1620  

Hello otter likers. How's your week going?

>> No.1621  

>>1620

>Otter liker

What is an otter liker? I LOVE otters

>> No.1622  

>>1621
I'm glad to hear it. I also happen to love otters.

>> No.1623  

>>1621

>Otter liker

A transitional step that many humans must take in the healing process. Much of humanity has been poisoned to the extent that they cannot enjoy real food, real water, or real conversation, let alone that pinnacle of reality, the otter. For such sick creatures, mere like is a necessary precursor to the more accurate and appropriate response, which can only be love.

>> No.1645  

I'm so glad this site is still up because I don't know who else to cry with. The two river otters at my zoo passed away last week and I didn't know until I saw the caution tape blocking the way to their exhibit and they don't know why they died but they were 4 and 6 years old and I just don't know if I can be the same. Every trip to the zoo is going to be missing something now. I'm never going to watch them roll around in their sleep butting into each other again. Or watch them do loops around their swimming area eating at the food they get out of their toys ever again.
The zoo may get new otters I can share new memories with but I'll never get to experience those two otters ever again and it's really not ok at all and I don't know what to do with this feeling.
Sorry to leave a sad post on the visiting thread but I didn't want to make a whole new one for this.

>> No.1646  

>>1645
Don't be sorry Anon. We laugh together and we cry together. What matters is that those otters are still alive within you, and otters are still alive, because after death comes life.

>> No.1647  

>>1645
Also, you can totally make a new thread for this.

>> No.1652  

>>1645
Tell us more about the otters, anon! When did you first meet them?

>> No.1723  

>>1652
>>1646
I've visited them almost every week for a year and a half. Only stopping when the zoo was closed because of covid. They were my friends. but you're right, they're alive in my heart and i'll never forget them. RIP Finley and Gladys. Wish I saw you playing fetch. Also wish I took more pictures and videos :(

>> No.1724  

>>1723
Wow, you sure were committed to your otters, otteranon. It sounds like you three had a great friendship.

I wish you many more exciting otter adventures in the future!

>> No.1738  

>>1645
Very strange for otters to die suddenly at that age. Maybe they ate something bad?

>> No.1739  

>>1723

>Also wish I took more pictures and videos :(

Would you mind posting a couple of he pictures that you did take? They sound like great otters, and I’d love to see what eye looked like

>> No.1743  
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This is my first Otterchan post. Thank you.

>> No.1746  

>>1743
Welcome to the party, Otternon!

>> No.1749  

>>1743
Giant otters are really cool.

>> No.1750  
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>>1739
I had to get rid of most of my photos because my phone used to have no storage space but I have a few left. Here’s Finley and Gladys + a bonus for giant otters

>>1738
Yeah it is and they are looking into it. They’ were 4 and 6 so yeah it’s very young hopefully they can figure out why https://litter.catbox.moe/511nti.jpeg
https://litter.catbox.moe/zivcar.jpeg
https://litter.catbox.moe/h4e7xj.MP4
https://litter.catbox.moe/iadydo.MP4

Files expire after 3 days I can’t upload mp4s to otherchan

>> No.1751  

>>1750
Thanks for sharing.
Those are some lovely otters. I'm glad they had a friend like you.

>> No.1752  

>>1750 Great footage. Giant otters are so elegant underwater.
Saved it all, thank you.

>> No.1760  

Tonight I dreamt about otters again.

>> No.1761  

>>1760
Lucky lucky.

>> No.1764  

>>1760
Those dreams are always wild.

>> No.1766  

>>1764
As wild as the otters directing the dreams.

>> No.1767  

>>1766 *starring in the dreams. Otters are the (super)stars.

>> No.1772  

>>1767
Many otters are independent artists.
Unlike in Hollywood, it may be that the superstar otters of your dreams are also the directors, producers and script-writers of those wild dreams.
I mean, if you were an Otter, would you want to play out someone else's scrip, or would you rather write your own?

>> No.1776  

>>1772
Ah, but the otters of our dreams are not real otters, but rather the reflection of otters on our souls.

>> No.1777  

>>1776
That is as deep as an otter and as beautiful too.

>> No.1823  

Sup otters?
Looking forward to visiting my local otters again on the weekend, always a thrill to see otters live.

>> No.1857  

I am here.

>>1601
Feeling a little E today. Looking forward to the stream tonight, though.

>> No.1872  
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Today I visited otters again. As it was a sunny Sunday it was quite crowded, but I still got to see them swim around and play, which was nice.

>> No.1873  

>>1872
That looks like a happy otter.

>> No.1874  

>>1873
That's because it is a happy otter.

>> No.1920  

>>1621
I'd call myself an otter enjoyer.

>> No.1922  
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I have no otter pics on hand.

>> No.1923  

>>1922
Why not?

>> No.1924  
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Sea otter pic by Valter Ramos

Here's a big album of mustelid pics https://m.vk.com/photo-25767242_457259911?list=album-25767242_00&rev=1

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I came from esfores!!!

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>>118
hello from Australia

>> No.1963  

>>1962
hello and welcome!

>> No.1971  
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I give you a groovy otter

>> No.1972  

>>1971
Thanks for the otter

>> No.1975  

>>1971
He's having fun, and so are we. Fun all around. Fun otters.

>> No.1977  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqlgV00UvME
A couple of cute otters

>> No.1979  

>>1977
Beautiful.

>> No.2002  
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Good night, otters.

>> No.2008  
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my life be like

>> No.2009  
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>>2008
wew

>> No.2010  

Congrats to us on over 2000 posts!

>> No.2011  
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>>2010
Well done otters.
Let's celebrate!

>> No.2012  
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It is nice.

>> No.2013  

>>2012 Nice otter

>> No.2058  

Hello !!
absolutely lovely site, I hope you guys have a blessed day : )

>> No.2061  

Hey otternons!

>captcha vailbive
>> No.2063  

>>2058
>>2061
Hey otters, how are you doing?

>> No.2067  
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Consider this otter.

>> No.2068  
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>>2067
Ponder the otter

>> No.2095  

>>118
Hello otter friends!

>> No.2096  

>>2095
Hey otternon! How’s it going?

>> No.2110  

Happy new year otters!

>> No.2111  
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>>2110
Happy New Year to you as well, otternon!

>> No.2118  
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haha I saw this funny otter picture and I wanted to share it with all my otter friends!

>> No.2119  

>>2118 Otter mums are the best. Superb photo.

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Hello. Reminder that otters belong with otters.

>> No.2141  

>>2140
Definitely. As like goes with like, so too does otter go with otter

>> No.2145  
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>>2140 Free the otters!

>> No.2162  
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Good night, otters.

>> No.2192  
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Good morning, otters.

>> No.2196  

>>2162>>2192
Hopefully all otters have nothing but good mornings and nigts

>> No.2197  

>>2141
Otter like goes with otter like.

>Captcha: chawtter
>> No.2209  

hello otters!

>> No.2210  
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>>2209 Hi!

>> No.2214  

Hey otts, having a nice weekend I hope.

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How's it going otters?
These captchas only get better.

>> No.2236  
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Do you ever stop thinking about otters? I don't

>> No.2281  
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>>2218 glad I finally found a job and a place to live. Things are going amazingly for me so far this year.

>> No.2283  

can I be friends with an otter?

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>>2283
You definitely can

>captcha is bi
>> No.2285  

>>2284 i really would like to meet an otter in nature... How do I do it? apart from going outside more obvs

>> No.2304  

Spring is really picking up now. Hope everyone had a nice weekend.

>>2285
There are some really nice spots around where I live... Have to keep visiting them more often. Especially in the early morning hours, those are the most refreshing.

>> No.2305  

>>2304

>Especially in the early morning hours, those are the most refreshing.

And also the time otters tend to be active.

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okay

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>> No.2329  
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I'm in a happy place

>> No.2330  
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>>118
This site makes me smile.

>> No.2331  
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>>2330
Mission accomplished

>> No.2332  

>>2330
that's a cute video, reminds me of otters

>> No.2333  

>>2329
Are there otters in those waters?

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>>2333
There surely are. I can feel it.

>> No.2344  

>>2334
Did you ever spot any mustelids on that outing?

>> No.2346  

>>2344
Sadly no, it was just a little stroll through the park
Mustelids don't make it that easy to spot them, they reserve themselves for the special moments. Still, it makes me happy to be around the place where otters live.

>> No.2350  

hello thought i saw otter the other day
it was beaver

>> No.2375  

I can't believe that this specific imageboard exists. Or that all of the posts I've seen seem totally unironic.

I expected to land in the weird part of the internet but I found something completely wholesome. Thanks for brightening up my day. Enjoy your otters guys.

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>>2375 Thanks for visiting. You better believe it!

>> No.2378  

I really like this imageboard

>> No.2379  

>>2378
Me too.

>> No.2380  

>>2379 me three

>> No.2382  
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hello person - otter

life is good in the world of otter

>> No.2383  

>>2382 Nice to meet you otter
Please tell me about your world

>> No.2386  
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>>2383
i eat fish

>> No.2392  

>>2386 is the fish good?

>> No.2393  

zzzz...
otterotterotter...

>> No.2395  
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>>2392 so good! makes me cry

>> No.2399  

>>2162
The different stages of roll-up

>> No.2400  

>>2395
Otters are such emotional creatures.

>> No.2402  

>>2400
They really are. Otters are not only creatures of their own emotions, but are also exemplary of our own emotions, and of the emotions of the world.

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._.
:V

>> No.2455  
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A happy eid to you friends.

>> No.2458  
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Things are tough sometimes, and people can be disappointing. In these moments I like to remember the otters.

>> No.2464  

>>2236
I often stop to think about otters

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>>2458
Otters always help me through the tough times of life. Otters, and my fellow otter lovers

>> No.2480  

>>2479
That's what we're here for!

Btw, this would be a nice pic, but the right corner makes it perfect.

>> No.2484  
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Do you guys like other mustelids beside otters?

>> No.2489  
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>>2484 Personally, I really like badgers. They're pretty looking.

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>>2489

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bang!

>> No.2498  
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I'm so happy that otters exist, sometimes I almost can't believe it!

>> No.2531  
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Hello from /robowaifu/, /otter/bros.

>> No.2533  

>>2531 Hello.

>> No.2536  

>>2531
Good to see you, robro. Come for the otternons, stay for the otters

>> No.2538  

Today is our day, otters!!!

>> No.2539  
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>> No.2540  

>>2539 Such a happy otter

>> No.2541  

>>2540
A happy world otter.

>> No.2542  
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>>2541

>> No.2544  

>>2541
>>2542
I've heard of Old World otters. What's a Happy World otter? A new species?

>> No.2545  

>>2539
Happy otter day otter fans!

>> No.2601  

heplo
hhhhhhhh
i love otters :DD

>> No.2602  

>>2601 hey, welcome and please enjoy our otters

>> No.2608  

I wonder how people keep finding this little holt of ours...

>> No.2615  

>>2608
Ottercine was pretty recent, and there was a link to that thread all around Anon Cafe so that could have pulled in some people.
There is, of course, the fact that otters are neat and people would want to find places to talk about otters, which I'm sure plays an important role.
Also, and this may just be my own personal experience, it seems that the dust is finally starting to settle properly from the shutdown of 8chan and the bunker diaspora. Things have been stable for a while, and that lets people communicate to each other where everyone landed. That helps whenever anyone on one board say "what ever happened to /otter? I'm having a bad day and would like to look at some otters", as other people can point them to where we are now. I haven't seen a lot of that happening for otterchat specifically, but I have seen it for other boards so it could be having an impact.

>> No.2619  

>>2615

>There is, of course, the fact that otters are neat and people would want to find places to talk about otters, which I'm sure plays an important role

I think this is the most important factor. This place is really very special, there's nowhere else you can just have such nice otter conversations and talk to other otter lovers quite like here.

>> No.2620  

>>2608
I came here after seeing a post on /an/.

>> No.2624  

I love you otters!

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I need to do stuff but I don't wanna

>> No.2708  
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>>2705
Man, I know that feeling. I ended up doing a whole ton of nothin' today

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>>2705 >>2708 Seems to be a common thing

>> No.2711  

>>2705 pancake

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>> No.2721  

>>2719 Wish I had a bucket of ice right now. So hot...

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Based anon dropped a link and I got here before it got removed. Now that's an otterly blessed day

>> No.2733  

>>2729 Welcome, I hope you enjoy yourself as much as that otter

>> No.2735  

>>2729
Glad you're here, hope others saw that link too. The more the merrier!

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I lurk here every once in a while. I think I should post here more often. This is the best image board.

>> No.2778  

>>2777 Nice to have you around Anon

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Hey everyone! I've been lurking here (and will probably continue to do so) for quite a while now, and just though I should finally say hi (Hi!!!)

I really love otters :) and I'm glad to be among those who share my affection.

hope you guys have a nice evening/afternoon/morning!

>> No.2780  

>>2779
Hi, I'm glad that you're here!
So who is this guy and why is he an otter?

>> No.2786  

>>2777
This is the best board and otters are the best at being otters.

>> No.2803  

Hello, I like otters as you might have guessed. Found this board a while back and mainly lurk. If I do snap any good photos of the otters around here I'll be sure to post them.

>> No.2804  

>>2803 Welcome! Are there lots of wild otters around where you live? I'd love to see some of your pics.

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Hello otter fans! How's everyone?

This is a neotropical otter, the latin name Lontra longicaudis comes from its very long tail (it can grow longer than its body!). They mainly live in South America in the same area as giant otters.

>> No.2817  
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Good night otters

>>2811
These ones are kinda funky looking

>> No.2837  

>>2817
I think your otter has autism.

>> No.2838  

>>2837 All otts got ottism

>> No.2845  
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>>2817
SUPER COOL is what they are

>> No.2849  

So hot... I hope the otters are doing alright

>> No.2851  

>>2849
I hope the water is nice and cool for them.

>> No.2852  

>>2851 Definitely! For an otter, taking a nice dip is the best way to cool off.

>> No.2889  
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Hey, how's your weekend going

>> No.2890  

>>2889 Here we see an otter grazing

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>>2889
My weekend is going pretty damn nicely. Hope yours is too, Otternon!

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>>2891 That's great to hear, mine is going fantastic aswell

>> No.2906  

Just wanna say hi again

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>>2906
Hey to you too.

>> No.2922  

I don't care if there's some activity here about once a week, I'm still gonna come here multiple times every day.

>> No.2934  

I'm happy that it's finally raining again. It's been getting very dry around here.

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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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How are otternons doing these days? I wish I could post more, but I never know what to say

>> No.3068  
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>>3067 I'm doing okay, just a little tired. How about you?

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I've been doing alright, to be honest. Met a nice lady who also enjoys otters, so that's been very nice. Hope you get some good rest, tiredness is never fun

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>>3067
I never know what to say either, I am shy, like the otter.

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Playing my first Zoroastrian game in CKII and I got an otter! New favorite religion in game.

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>>3074
I bet that, just like an otter, you're also super fun to be around if someone can find you through the shyness!

>> No.3082  

>>3078
We already know everyone here is super special and fun, almost as fun as talking to a real otter.

>>3076
Zoroastrianism is a fascinating religion for sure. I was into it for a while. Otters really kicked off a spiritual quest for me. They showed me that life has a purpose and there's more to it all. Finally I found Islam. God is great.

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Did you know that there were otters before otters existed? Before real mammals even.

>> No.3096  

>>3095
Otters are timeless creatures whose form was perfected long before they even existed.

>> No.3102  

>>3095
Wow, what were they called, the Proto-otters?

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>>3102
The one in the picture is called Castorocauda lutrasimilis, which is Latin for otter-like beaver tail. They lived over 150 million years ago.
There are other species too like this one from the pantolestid family from 40 million years ago.

>> No.3105  

>>3102
They're called otters
Otters are otters whenever they are

>> No.3111  

How are my otters doing? I'm going alright, recently started exercising more and am feeling pretty good about that.

>> No.3112  

>>3111
I'm doing pretty alright, myself. Also been working out, and it really does help you feel a lot better, and I feel like getting fit is a good way to channel your inner otter. They need to be in good shape to survive, and we need to be in similar shape to be like them.

>> No.3113  

>>3112
Agreed. An otter can be lazy sometimes but he can never let himself go. And we've got to take care of ourselves, too.

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The otters are happy, I'm happy

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>>3112

>getting fit is a good way to channel your inner otter

Sure is

>> No.3169  

>>3067

>I never know what to say

Sometimes I feel that way too. But we've got this whole place all to ourselves to romp around in. And usually there's a lot going on in the world of otters and enough to provide good content and things to talk about.

>fast food

When the food is fast the otter is faster.

>> No.3170  

>>3082
I wanna say a little more about this because it's important to me.. I've always sorta believed that there's a creator, but I was never really sure about it regarding who he is and what he wants. So some years ago, around 2017 I'd say, I began to think more about the purpose of life and existence, and it made me sad because I was just confused by it all. I mean what's the point if it's all transient and we'll all be dust? everything we do is in vain if all that exists will perish. So it was pretty depressing thinking about that, and I couldn't really stop thinking about it either.
That all started to change four years ago in 2018. That was the year I discovered otters and saw the beauty in them. I began to love them, passionately, and I still do to this day. Then, one day something occurred to me, and I asked myself the question: "How can I love otters and not love the one who created them?"
And that question made sense for me to ask myself because I already knew there has to have been someone who created us. Now at that time, I had already learned a little bit about Zoroastrianism, especially its teachings about otters and their sanctity. Obviously that appealed to me, but I then decided to look into it further, especially at its core message. And that was what fascinated me the most, because I noticed so many parallels to Islam (which by then I had also started learning about) that I started to think this might even be the same religion, or from the same origin anyway. Not only is it the oldest known monotheistic religion, but it's also a revealed religion (founded by a prophet called Zarathustra). There's daily prayers, heaven and hell, judgement day, and even the bridge that the souls must cross. And that thought was pretty much confirmed, because of it being one of the basics of Islamic belief that God sent prophets to every people throughout time to teach them about monotheism. That was a turning point in my life as the pieces all started to fit together and I finally began to understand. There is a God who created us, and he wants us to live a way of life that is pleasing to him. He created an eternal paradise in the Hereafter which he describes as gardens beneath which rivers flow .. I probably don't have to tell you guys what we're gonna find in those rivers.
I've been practicing for about three years now, I'm not depressed or confused about our purpose anymore. My life has found its meaning now and I'm content with it, all thanks to God who made the otters. This has been something personal and maybe a little long, so thank you for reading.

>> No.3232  

otter bumo

>> No.3238  

>>3170
This is quite the writeup! Thanks for sharing Anon, and I'm happy that you're finding a measure of peace. Lots of people struggle with finding purpose and meaning, and I'm glad otters could help you in your journey.

>> No.3306  

It's gotten really cold. I can see why otter pelts are the envy of humans

>> No.3308  

>>2536
Isn't it the other way around? The otternons are the ones keeping me coming back here.

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Merry Ottermas everyone! Whether or not you celebrate Christmas, I hope you all have a great day and a fantastic new year!

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>>3314
Merry Christmas to you too!
Did any otternons get any otter-related gifts? I got a sea otter adopted in my name!

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I wish you all otter fans a very happy new year. May this year be blessed with even more otters.
2023 shall be the Year of the Otter!

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>>3319
I hope that your year is also very happy and very ott-y!

>> No.3326  

>>3315
That's such a great gift! I got an otterbox, which isn't actually otter related but it does have the word otter in it, so that something.

>> No.3328  

If you could be an animal, what kind of otter would you be?

>> No.3329  

>>3328
Sea otter, probably. They're some of my favorite otters, they're so well adapted to their environment, they are a key part of maintaining kelp forests, and they're just plain cute.

>> No.3331  

>>3328
Oh wow, that's a tough one. Like otternon said, sea otters are a top tier choice to be sure. However, I might have to go with a Eurasian River Otter living in Scotland, they always look so comfy in the lochs. I don't have any pictures on hand, but I've seen some great ones. What about you?

>> No.3334  

>>3328 >>3331 I don't know if I'd like to be any kind of otter, to be honest. Otters have tough lives, and I don't think I'd be cut out for it. If I had to choose to be an animal, I'd have to pick something easy like a house cat, even if it might get boring sometimes.

>> No.3338  

>>3334
Otters can have some difficult lives, but it just hardens them into the noble creatures that we know and love. If I was an otter, it wouldn't be easy, but I'd have a newfound appreciation for all the world

>> No.3339  

I feel like Otterchat has slowed down some recently, even moreso than before. Is everybody still here?

>> No.3340  

>>3339
I still check in every day or so. I hope people aren't being discouraged by the new captcha.

>> No.3341  

>>3340
I will admit, it is a bit annoying to work, because it times out seemingly automatically the first time I go to post, so I have to write my post and then reload the page in order for the CAPTCHA to work. I like it a lot, but it seems like it has some kinks

>> No.3342  

>>3341
I realize it doesn't work as well as I'd hoped, I'll probably be switching back to the default one until I can figure out how to make it work more smoothly. Sorry guys

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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?

>> No.3363  

Yeah, otters are pretty cool

>> No.3367  

boo...........
bark brincw blood.........
bood mourning to all thw ottwr..........
but it is wvwning all throughout thw kingdom........
bhich kingdom do u livw in..........
i would lovw to know..........
bd...........
b.#7571

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I like otters

>> No.3373  

>>3370 What does that text say?

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hai! cool site!
SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK! SNUK!

>> No.3377  

>>3376 Otter drinking noises do go hard

>> No.3383  
>Its February already

Do otters enjoy the spring?

>> No.3384  

>>3376
Hope this little ott got his fill!

>>3383
I'm sure that they miss the snow as it starts to melt, it's prime weather for playing around in the grasses and flowers and whatnot

>> No.3385  

>>3384
The snow is fun but it also makes it harder for otters, doesn't it? They have a hard time catching the crawly things when there's a layer of white stuff everywhere.

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You can now also visit through https://otter.chat/.

>> No.3408  

>>3067
Just saying hi is enough.
Hi btw :)

>> No.3414  

Hey otts how's your weekend going? I've been doing a lot of sleeping.

>> No.3416  

>>3414
Glad you're getting some rest in, always gotta take some time to recuperate

I have been getting in too much relax time recently, so I spend most of today getting a lot of work done that I've been putting off for a while now, so I feel pretty good about that. It isn't always easy to fight the procrastination bug, but it helps that completing things is so satisfying.

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>>3385
It might be a bit tough, but otters are apex predators, and I don't doubt that the fun gained from the snow totally outweighs the difficulty that it brings.

>>3414
I've been busy as a bee this weekend, so not a whole ton of sleep. But next weekend I've got no plans and I'm excited to laze about

>>3408
This is definitely true, it's always good to say hey to otter pals. And hi to you too

>> No.3422  

i like otter :] what other animals do u guys like?

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>>3422
I like badgers as well. We watched a lovely little documentary about them on Sunday. They're so pretty with their stripes.

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Hey otts, how has your week been? I've been pretty productive, even though I could have done more. Hope you're all doing fine

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>>3427
Weekend just started for me, it's still really Friday night, but it's a good time. Got a positive grade back on an exam, so that's always good, and don't really have any plans this weekend. So I'm just gonna laze about and probably read some books

>> No.3430  

>>3428 Oh, gratz! Passing an exam is always a good feeling. A lazy weekend is well deserved after that.

>> No.3436  

>>3427
It flew by for me honestly, but I'm really glad it's the weekend now. I got some paperwork done, cleaned, and now I get to catch up on reading. I hope you are doing well too!

>> No.3461  

all of you are very nice otters

>> No.3472  

Good morning, 'ters

>> No.3474  

>>3461
Don't forget to include yourself in there, you're a nice otternon yourself!

>>3472
And good evening to you! How was your day?

>> No.3476  

>>3474 My day was fine, nice otternon! Had an interview today which went pretty alright. How was yours?

>> No.3477  

:feelsgood::feelsgood::feelsgood:

>> No.3479  

Good night, otters. :comfy:

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>>3476
It was pretty alright. Kind of slow, admittedly, but nonetheless enjoyable.

>>3479
Goodnight to you too! Sleep well otternon

>> No.3481  

500 replies, should we start a fresh one?

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Feeling extra lazy today. just wanna lay in the grass.
How's your weekend going?

>> No.3490  

>>3486
Weekend was good! started gardening for the season, made some tasty food, went for some good walks, a fine end to a fine week.

>>3481
I think the thread is ok as is, its kindof nice to trace the whole thread back through time. But I wouldn't be opposed to a new thread if others wanted to spin one up.

>> No.3492  

>>3490
Nice to hear otternon. And I agree, let's keep this one going.

>> No.3494  

It's been snowing here the past week, but today it's a little warmer. I hope otters don't mind this choppy weather as much as I do.

>> No.3496  

>>1645
>>1723
How are you doing these days, otternon?

>> No.3532  

hey!

>> No.3533  

>>3490

>its kindof nice to trace the whole thread back through time

I often find myself reading through old posts on here, makes me happy to look back at all the times we've had. I hope what's to come is even better!

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It's the start of Ramadan and I just wanna wish you all a good Holy Month.

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>>3535
I'm not Muslim, but I hope that your Ramadan goes well. Also, I found this otter image with some Arabic on it, maybe you could tell me what it means?

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>>3554
Not him but that the text is from Surat At-Taghabun

>بِسۡمِ ٱللَّهِ ٱلرَّحۡمَٰنِ ٱلرَّحِيمِ

In the name of Allah, the Entirely Merciful, the Especially Merciful.

>يُسَبِّحُ لِلَّهِ مَا فِي ٱلسَّمَٰوَٰتِ وَمَا فِي ٱلۡأَرۡضِۖ لَهُ ٱلۡمُلۡكُ وَلَهُ ٱلۡحَمۡدُۖ وَهُوَ عَلَىٰ كُلِّ شَيۡءٖ قَدِيرٌ

Whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth is exalting Allah. To Him belongs dominion, and to Him belongs [all] praise, and He is over all things competent.

>> No.3556  

>>3555
Thanks for the translation, otternon! Hope your Ramadan also goes well:marine:

>> No.3573  

I hope everyone is doing well. I come here often but I never really know what to say, though its always nice to just read through everything everyone shares. Its a little light in my life, and I appreciate it very much. Thanks for making the world a brighter, more ottery place :marine:

>> No.3574  

>>3573
I'm certainly doing well! And I hope you are too. Reading posts like this warms my heart. It's so nice we can enjoy an ottery place like this together. And if you've got nothing to say it's always okay to just say hi! :love:

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>>3573
I also never really know what to say, but I check Otterchan almost daily to see if anyone has said anything new.

But I think I'll start just saying hey, see how y'all are doing!

>> No.3577  

Hey otters! I'm doing great, it feels like my life is finally getting back on track and I'm making progress. Feeling depressed at times can be a burden but otters certainly help! Are you all doing well? How's your life going?

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>>3577
I'm really happy that your life sounds like it's doing alright, otternon! Here's hoping that it continues on that way and just keeps getting better and better

>> No.3582  

>>3535
Eid Mubarak my friend! I hope you had a wonderful celebration.:love:
Also, nice doubles, checked.

>> No.3583  

>>3582
Thank you! Eid Kareem to you as well. It's been a lovely celebration, I've been having lots of cake.

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Hello Otterchat, longtime fren here. Our board is having a C++ class for beginners open to everyone, starting this coming Saturday. You're definitely welcome to attend if you're interested in learning to program. Cheers! :)
https://alogs.space/robowaifu/res/19777.html#19777

>> No.3600  
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>>3599
What level are y'all starting at? I have 0 experience in that sort of field, but I do have a purely amateur interest in it

>> No.3601  

>>3600
Beginner (but serious beginner) level. Lots of reading involved + homework code assignments geared for each stage.

>> No.3602  

Otters!

>> No.3603  

Otters are such a huge part of me, I'm just really socially anxious I swear
Thank you so much for making this!!! ^^

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>>3603
Happy to have you, Otternon! The more otterlovers in this world the better!:love:

>> No.3610  

>>3603
It's okay, this is OUR place
We don't have to be shy around here. It's our territory

>> No.3619  

I just woke up, are there still otters???

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>>3619
Yes!

>> No.3621  

>>3619
Unfortunately, otters will go extinct in the Great Mustelo-Pinniped war of 3215.
t. Soothsayer

>> No.3622  

>>3621 Ain't no way dude. Pinnipeds would get destroyed by otters alone, let alone if they had to fight all mustelids together. They have no chance.

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>>3621

>soothsayer

Are we suuuuuuuuuuure about that?:hairynosed:

>> No.3624  

hey otts! Finally found a job, life goes on :dance:

>> No.3626  

>>3624
That's great news! Very happy to hear it, I hope the new job goes well for you :love:

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>>3624
That's pretty killer, otternon! What's the job?

>> No.3629  

>>3626
>>3628
Thanks guys! It's a job in software dev. Making money come out of computers. I'm starting next week and already excited!

>> No.3648  
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Happy world otter day everyone! My computer search bar even put a little otter on it, which I was pleasantly surprised to see. I hope you all have a wonderful day filled with otters and joy.

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>>3648:dance::dance::dance::dance::dance:

Happy World Otter Day to you too! I made sure to tell everybody about it and I got to have multiple discussions about otters today with my coworkers. It was a good day.

I hope that everybody else's World Otter Days were as good as mine!:marine::love:

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>>3649

>> No.3651  

>>3650
It's a happy otter world, we're just living in it

>> No.3652  

We're just being happy in it

>> No.3653  

are the otters being happy in the happy otter world?

>> No.3654  

>>3653
I like to think so, yes. Its not always easy being an otter, but many otters have their families to share good times with and help them through lean times, and they always find time for play. I'm grateful that I get to share the world with otters and the other wonderful animals everywhere.

>> No.3660  

I just came to say here that I love otters and they brighten my life!:love:

>> No.3661  

>>3660
We're happy to see you here Anon, thanks for brightening our board with your love for Otters!:dance:

>> No.3662  

How's June going for you guys? It's been really heating up here... I hope the otts are staying cool

>> No.3666  

Hello!! Otters are my favorite animals so I'm so happy to find out that this site exists!! :love:

>> No.3667  

>>3666
Welcome!

>> No.3668  

>>3662
It's been going. It's about up though. And it's getting hot here, but I will confess that I like it warm. We've been getting a lot of rain, so I bet the otters have been able to beat the heat with a nice swim!

>>3666
Happy to have you, otternon! Make sure to join for the Ottercine this week, and stay for a long time after that!:cine:

>> No.3687  

Guys, guess what!!
I’m going to a zoo where they let you watch otters paint, and then you can keep the paintings from the otters! Don’t worry, it’s totally safe for the otters, the paint is non-toxic and they don’t have to if they don’t want to, but it’s going to be super cool! I’m really really excited about it!
https://grandfather.com/paint-with-otter/

>> No.3688  

>>3687
That's cool! You can have your own piece of otter art. Otters are so creative.

>> No.3689  

>>3687
Oh that is super cool, I hope you have a wonderful time! If you're up for it, you should share your experience here since I'm sure we'd all be interested in hearing about it

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>>3688
It really is cool! Otters are some really magnificent artists, and I'll get to have something otter-imbued for the rest of my life

>>3689
I'm going to do it in a couple of days, so I'll be sure to report back! I'll tell y'all how it goes and what it's like!

>> No.3692  

>>3690
I did this, and suffice to say, it was amazing. We were maybe two feet from the otters, I could've reached out and touched them. Of course I didn't, but they were right there. And the otters were, of course, super adorable, and also really energetic and inquisitive. We weren't allowed to video the actual painting process, but it was just phenomenal. I don't have words to describe it, it's surprisingly difficult. Usually if you see an otter in a zoo, there's either the layer of glass, or a good distance between you and the otter, but that wasn't the case here. The otters were right there, I could hear them make little noises to express themselves and while they ate the fish given to persuade them to paint. I've never experienced anything like that in all my life, it was totally unlike any other experience I've ever had with otters, limited as those have admittedly been in real life. And now I have three paintings that I got to take home with me, I'm going to get them framed. I'm at my computer right now, but tomorrow I'll have to remember to post images of the paintings from my phone to show y'all. But yeah, amazing doesn't quite cover it, but it's still the closest I can really describe it as. Otters just make life better.

>> No.3693  

>>3692

>Otters just make life better.

That could be the tagline of this site.

>> No.3694  

>>3692
No need for a video, as your post put me right there! Thanks for sharing, anon. Though I am curious, is there a reason you can't film the experience?

Also, I hope you do post the paintings once you get them all framed!

>> No.3695  

>>3694

>reason you can't film the experience

Admittedly, the area in which they do the painting doesn't look like a great home for otters, and they don't want to misrepresent the area in which the otters live online. I was concerned about this myself at first, because I certainly don't want otters to be living in a bad area, but the otts have a great deal of space outside of the area for painting, with a pond and whatnot. The painting just occurs in a smaller area because it's done by convincing the otters to walk through paint onto paper, after which the otters can go into water to clean themselves off, and so the space needs to be small to ensure that they get onto both the paint and the paper. Of course, if the otters don't want to paint, they don't have to, and they can go easily from the area where the painting is done back outside where they stay the rest of the time. They just don't want to misrepresent the conditions that the otters are in. If that's all that you saw, where they do the painting, you might be concerned, but there is much more to where the otters stay that is healthy for them to live in. And here, I totally forgot about posting the pictures, let me go do that really quickly.

>>3693
It's so true!

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This one was by an otter named Nova

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This one is by Oscar

>> No.3703  

>>3697
Also, I just remembered part of this whole experience that some of you might like to hear. While Oscar was painting, he was a little bit frustrated that he was having to "work" for his food, so he kept exhaling sharply out of his nose. I didn't know this, but that's how North American River Otters express frustration, a sharp exhale from their nose somewhat like a deer. It was really damn cute:feelsgood:

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I heard on the news about a sea otter who has been stealing surfboards. While it sounds cute, I hope neither her nor any surfers get hurt from these hijinks.
https://archive.is/6ZnET

>> No.3706  

>>3696
>>3697
These are really cool! Thank you for sharing Anon. I think I like Nova's best, do you have a favorite? And if you'd like to share I'd be interested in seeing how you frame them, whenever you get around to that.

>>3703
This kind of thing is the stuff you never can predict but winds up being so neat to learn. I'm not around otters enough to know what a frustrated otter sounds like, but now I know!

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greetings

>> No.3710  

>>3709 Hi! :marine:

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>>3706

>favorite

It's so hard to pick one! If I had to decide, I really like Nova's tail stroke on her's, which might put it in first place, though Oscar's also has some really nice handprints. I also like the other one that I got, but I wasn't there for its creation, so it holds slightly less importance for me.

>framing

I really do need to do that soon. I've just been so busy lately, but I don't want to risk the paintings getting hurt, and I'd like to display them as decoration

>neat to learn

Isn't it? I never would've known anything like that, but now I do! And the best part is, I went to see the otters with a friend of mine who I had gone camping with in the area, and now we have an inside joke where we'll make a sound like a frustrated otter if we're frustrated at something.

>> No.3716  

>>3712
Heh, do you make happy otter noises too?

>> No.3734  

Hello. If found this website through wiby.me!

>> No.3735  

>>3734 Welcome! Enjoy your stay.

>> No.3738  

>>3716
Lol, I wish I could reach the high notes of happy otter squeaks

>>3734
Hey there Otternon, glad you're here! What's your favorite species of otter, assuming you can pick just one!

>> No.3778  

Didn't even notice this thread went to page 2...
Hello guys!

>> No.3779  

>>3778
Oh dang, that's no good!:hiding:

But hey man, how's it going?

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salem says hihi!!

>> No.3781  

>>3779 I'm doing pretty great! How about you?
>>3780 Nice pic, did you take it?

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cool site you have there :love:

>> No.3812  

Hello.
:smallclawed:

>> No.3813  

>>3812
I hope that some day, I will be chillin by a river and an otter will come up to me with that expression as a way to say hello to me. Probably wont happen, since there aren't many otters in my area and they should be warry of people, but it would be nice to get a hello from an otter.

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>>378
Otterchat is very cool, no doubt about it

>>3812
Hi!:surprised:

>>3813
That really is the dream, isn't it? Of course it's best for otters to not get too close to people as a rule, but just one experience with a wild otter would be like magic

>> No.3818  

Hello :) :marine:

>> No.3819  

>>3818 hello :southernriver:

>> No.3820  

Hello :otterium::otterium::otterium:

>> No.3822  

me solve captcha, learn more about otter :comfy:

>> No.3823  

>>3822
I'm so bad at the captcha, sometimes I fail 20 times in a row. I feel like a fake otterfan :hiding:

>> No.3824  

>>3823
Youll get good with practice, don't worry!:love:

>> No.3827  

>>3824
I keep thinking that but even after all this time I can still only reliably get giant otters and sea otters, spotted neck otters I can get if their necks are visible in the image but they aren't always.

>> No.3830  

The face and nose shapes matter the most

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>>3830
Very true. Those are some of the most distinctive otter features

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>> No.3833  

>>3832
Are those... otters???

>> No.3834  

>>3833
Three of them, in fact!

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I hope everyone has a wonderful and very ottery Christmas weekend!

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Gem :cine:

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>>3850

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>> No.3866  

Another failed raid attempt, what is it, the fifth time now? Embarrassing. :lol:

>> No.3867  

>>3866
Sorry, it wasn't supposed to be a raid. Somebody mentioned the site in a thread and it got out of hand.

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>>3867
You don't even want to own it? How pitiful. It's okay, you'll make a decent raid some day. But not today. :southernriver:

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xe is rich

>> No.3870  

>>3868
That thread was made after. Only one guy really wanted to raid it and he was probably the guy spamming CSAM.
https://soyjak.party/soy/thread/5782011.html
Still, sorry it happened.

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nice captcha system

>> No.3875  
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stay out soyshitters

>> No.3876  
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>>3875
I just wanted a nice place to talk about otters.

>> No.3877  
>stay out soyshitters

:surprised:

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>>3866
Oh gosh, what happened this time? I haven't been on lately. Something to do with wojaks or something?

>>3876
And a nice place to talk about otters we have!

>>3869
He sure does have a a wealth of seafood! But then again, sea otters do need to eat a whole lot:dance:

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This place makes me blissfull like a wet otter ^^



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