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MP4 and Webm thread.

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Testing MP3s.

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

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Sea otter gets a check up

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>>2109
I like this

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Rescued otter Luna learns to like the water.

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>>2657 with sound

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>>2658
Man, this was just great to watch. Hope Luna is back out in her natural habitat now. Thanks for posting otternon

>> No.2666  

>>2659
She's definitely making good progress! Here's what the Hillswick Wildlife Sanctuary wrote:

>A major breakthrough at the sanctuary - Luna the otter cub who arrived from Whalsay in January has finally caught fish in the pool. We could not believe how reluctant she was to get wet, even though she is an otter and otters live half of their lives in the water. We tried all kinds of things to lure her into the water, balancing her fish on a manhole cover in the middle of her pool, then using a washing up bowl and when those tricks didn't work we stretched some material across the pool, dropped the fish in it and then gradually lowered it day by day so she had to go in deeper and deeper to get her teeth around her dinner. So it was with great joy that we went out to feed her and found her already playing in the pool. We pulled out the material, threw in fish and hey presto, she dived in, grabbed one and ran off to her hut to wolf it down. Phew! It never ceases to amaze us how each otter has their own unique character - you never know what to expect.
>> No.2692  

>>2666
always good to see otters adjusting to ottering. It isn't always easy to be an otter, but looks like this little one is definitely getting the hang of it!

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>>2754 Where's that?

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>> No.2757  

>>2754
>>2755
looks like one of those otter cafes, evil places.



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