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ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

>> No.481  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4uSnvuWXm1c

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>>480 Whoa! They are so close to the camera... That lil guy is too curious. Precious nonetheless!

>> No.487  

Do you call them babies, pups or cubs?

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>>487
I usually go with pups, but I honestly have no clue what the proper terminology would be. I usually say that if it feels ottery to you, it's good enough for me!

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>> No.490  

>>488
It does seem very otters to me. But I think it's otters if you call them whatever you want, i'm not even sure there is a proper terminology

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>>485
Otters are gonna be bold, no matter how small.

>> No.492  

>>491
Has he figured out what to do with that bottle yet?

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Otters + milk bottles = confused happiness

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>> No.502  

>>492
Don’t rush him, he’s still figuring it out.

>> No.507  

>>502
>>482 This one got it

>> No.545  

>>487
I call them adorable.

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Fyi: Otter mums often leave their pups alone while they go hunt, so if you find a baby otter by itself in the wild it's probably not abandoned. Just wait a few hours and see if mommy returns.

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>> No.587  

Tiny baby otts need to grow up into big strong otts. Thats why they have to be good at learning and eating, learning fast and eating fast.

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>>492
Some of them just skip it altogether and drink straight from the bowl. With interesting results.

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>>600
HUMAN I MUST ABSORB THE NUTRIENTS

>> No.605  

>>600
>>604
Do they feed cow milk to the otters? Or is it from another animal?

Hmmm. I wonder what drinking otter milk would be like.

>> No.628  

>>605
I remember reading that sea otter milk is around 20% fat, similar to other marine mammals.

>> No.630  

>>570 This is very informative. Thanks, otternon!

>> No.642  

>>487
Aren't they called Kits?

>> No.644  

>>642
I've never heard them called that before.

>> No.651  

>>604
Who dares to prevent the otter from imbibing the fluid of nutrition?

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>I see milk
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>I drink milk
>> No.669  

>>654>>655
A simple life is the best life

>> No.677  

>>651 Imbibing is surviving. I hope the otter got his fill in the end.

>> No.765  

>>587 baby otters are very good at learning about the world. After a few weeks they learn about solid food. Then they leave their den and learn about grass, water, trees and the sky. After that they learn how to swim n hunt. That's all they need to know really.

>> No.766  

Growing and learning is how a baby otter becomes a adult otter. A very fascinating and positive process.

>> No.783  

>>669 I'm so glad that the otter gets lots of milk to drink. Im sure his bones are gonna be strong.

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>>783
Strong bones are vital for otters. Structured, stylish slinkiness.

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>>655
I like my otters with milk and sugar

>> No.1259  

>>1258 Otters are already sweet

>> No.1260  

>>1154
Strong bones and strong bonds.

>>765
They say you never finish learning, but there's just so much that fits inside an otter's small head.

>> No.1263  

>>1259
Enjoy otters in moderation. Too much sugar is not healthy.

>> No.1277  

https://youtu.be/v_oE0fSXcIQ

:3

>> No.1278  

>>1277
SEHR NIEDLICHE ZWERGOTTER JAWOHL

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If there is something the world needs more of it's baby otters

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>>1325
The world could always use more otters, and all new otters are usually packaged initially as baby otters.

>> No.1426  

>>1378 All otters are the babies of other otters which are the babies of other otters which are...

>> No.1427  

>>1426
All otters of today are the result of a long chain of otters having babies all the way back to the original otter. A neat thing to think about.

>> No.1430  

>>1263
No such thing as too much otters. The more otters the better is what I say!

>> No.1435  

>>1430 The more, the otter.

>> No.1436  

>>1435
The otterier, the merrier.

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Baby otters drinking milk, the right way.

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>>1889
Momma otter's milk makes a happy baby otter.

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Eurasian AND Asian Small Clawed Otter pups were born in my local zoo all within two weeks' time. One of the Eurasians is a little underweight but otherwise they're all healthy. Here's some videos of them

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>>3123 And the two Eurasian pups. They've been waiting forever for the otters to have offspring, this is really a cause to celebrate

>> No.3125  

>>3123
>>3124
I love them! They're so small, I'm glad they are being taken care of and I hope they have very fulfilling lives.

>> No.3136  

>>3123>>3124
That's so phenomenal! Always a happy day when new otters come into the world

>> No.3163  

Sadly, the underweight Eurasian pup didn't make it. The keepers did their best to take care of her, but she passed away two weeks after she was born.

>> No.3165  

It looks like her sibling will make it, at least. Gonna have to hope for the best and wait for her parents and the remaining cub to come out of the holt on their own.

>> No.3166  

>>3163
Infant mortality is always sad, but this is why lots of animals have litters. I also hope the other one pulls through.



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