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Rare photo of a sea otter from Detroit Zoo swimming on his stomach. Which is the correct otter way to swim? Should otters swim on their backs or their fronts?

>> No.2201  

I think otters should float on their backs for fun and relaxation and swim on their stomachs for getting around.

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>>2201
Thats how they tend to do it

>> No.2310  

>>2201
Does this mean that sea otters are always relaxed? It would make sense

>> No.2311  

>>2310
Most of the time, they are just chilling on the waves.

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An inverted Otter is usually a sign that total relaxation is occurring

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>>2312

>> No.2355  

>>2312
It can also be a sign of scratches being had

>> No.2359  

>>2355
Which itself can also be an indicator of comfort and relaxation for otts

>> No.3252  

>>2312

>An inverted Otter is usually a sign that total relaxation is occurring

Certainly, after all, it's the only way they can put their feet up.



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