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18890 No.82  

Let's have a otter book thread
What's your favourite otter-themed book?

Anons back on 8chan posted these wonderful lists of lots of nice titles.

Also it would be nice if we could get PDF uploads on here.

>> No.638  

Bump, I love reading about otters. Especially when I'm spending time away from them, it helps me remember them. Would be nice if otteranons could suggest some good otter books.

>> No.663  

Thanks for sharing these from good ol' 8chan. will look at em soon

>> No.1858  

"The Life Story of an Otter" by J.C. Tregarthen (1909). Thought to be the book that inspired Tarka.


>> No.3119  
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IOSF sent me a copy of their book "Otters of the World". There's a lot of otter information about all the thirteen species, along with chapters about threats and conservation and additional insights. Very happy with it, I'd certainly recommend it.

>> No.3120  
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A lot of experience with otters has gone into compiling this book, so even if you already know a lot about otters it might still teach you something new.

>> No.3121  
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So thank you to Paul and Grace for sending me this book, and I appreciate it's even a signed copy too. That's something quite special.

>> No.3122  

This is so cool! Might pick it up as a Christmas gift to myself.