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240491 No.2609  

Why do otters have leaves on their heads so often?

>> No.2610  
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pic is from Santa Barbara Zoo, btw

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and another one from Sacramento Zoo

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Is this Otter Fashion?

>> No.2614  
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Otters are silly and fun, and playing with leaves can be silly and fun! It feels very on brand for otters to me.
I'm also sure otters recognize that stuff on heads makes everything better, leaves included.

>> No.2616  

>>2614
Otters do love to play with leaves as we've seen, so I suppose it just happens that one lands on their heads.

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>> No.2642  

>>2616
Add to that how an otters head is a good shape to carry a leaf.

>> No.2667  

>>2614 That's such a cute video!

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When there are leaves on the water and an otter comes up out of it, one of them may end up on his face.

>> No.2671  

>>2668
This otter is clearly people watching, and they are camouflaging themselves using a leaf. The otter doesn't know they aren't very well hidden, but we don't want to upset the otter and we want to see them again, so we'll just make that our little secret.

>> No.2673  

Perhaps the leaves also enjoy it.

>> No.2679  

damn, these otters all look very nice with these leaves. The elegent look is only improved by the effortless sense of style. That and their long, lithe bodies make our streams, rivers and oceans into a regular fashion show!

>> No.2680  

damn, these otters all look very nice with these leaves. The elegent look is only improved by the effortless sense of style. That and their long, lithe bodies make our streams, rivers and oceans into a regular fashion show!>>2673

>> No.2681  

>>2680
Sorry i only just remembered ottercan and am phoneposting to feed my lust. Apologies for double/stupidposts

>> No.2687  

>>2681
We all love otters here, it's good to have another otter lover around. I, for one, definitely lose a couple IQ points when in presence of otters. It takes up a lot of brain resources to process all that is otter.

>> No.2688  

>>2687
Otters seem to have various interesting effects on people. This should be studied further.

>> No.2689  

>>2687

>it's good to have another otter lover around

The more, the merrier

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Sometimes it's as if otter heads are leaf magnets.

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Otters and leaves certainly have a special relationship with each other.

>> No.2774  

Do otters use leaves to build their holts?

>> No.2775  

>>2774 Leaves and straw and other comfy stuff.

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I wonder why they do it.

>> No.2793  

>>2785
Consider you were a leaf. Would you not take any opportunity to join an otter on its many adventures?

>> No.2795  

>>2785
Lel nice drawing

>> No.2796  

>>2793 If I were a leaf, I'd take any opportunity to make my life more exciting.

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>>2773

>> No.2984  

>>2773
Otters use leaves to make their beds, looks like that one is carrying them home

>> No.2985  

>>2796
And what could be more exciting that being with an otter?

>> No.2986  

>>2985
Being on an otter.

>> No.2989  

>>2985>>2986
Being an otter.

>> No.2990  

>>2989 Being an otter who has a leaf

>> No.2992  

>>2990
We got a winner here folks! Very exciting indeed, you gold star.

>> No.2995  

>>2992 Oh you could still top that. How about an otter with multiple leaves?

>> No.3007  

>>2995
This raises the question, are there diminishing returns on otter leaves?

>> No.3008  

>>3007
Interesting question. If you would keep adding leaves you would get a pile of leaves, which is much more valuable than one leaf. Of course, how many leaves is enough for a pile of leaves?

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>>3008
Otter of the leaf pile, what is your wisdom?

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>>3011
THE MORE LEAFIES THE BETTTER
-ottr

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>>3012
That's a good wisdom.

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>>3007
You can never have enough

>> No.3058  

This thread really gives me that autumn feeling

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>> No.3065  

>>3064 That's not a leaf on an otter, that's an otter on leaves

>> No.3066  

>>3064
>>3065
Otter salad

>> No.3075  

>>3066
Do otters like salad?

>> No.3077  

>>3075
To roll in? Definitely.
To eat? Depends, they'll probably just pick out the stuff they like.

>> No.3083  

>>3077 but do they eat it, or are they an ingredient?

>> No.3089  

>>3083
You know salad does seem pretty comfy but I've never had one big enough to try sleeping in. A salad bowl would be the ideal size for an otter so they could sleep in it and enjoy snacking on it at the same time.



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