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521803 No.118   [Reply]

Welcome!
Please say hello in this thread when you're visiting otterchat.

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>> No.3112  

>>3111
I'm doing pretty alright, myself. Also been working out, and it really does help you feel a lot better, and I feel like getting fit is a good way to channel your inner otter. They need to be in good shape to survive, and we need to be in similar shape to be like them.

>> No.3113  

>>3112
Agreed. An otter can be lazy sometimes but he can never let himself go. And we've got to take care of ourselves, too.

>> No.3114  
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The otters are happy, I'm happy

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>>3112

>getting fit is a good way to channel your inner otter

Sure is

>> No.3169  

>>3067

>I never know what to say

Sometimes I feel that way too. But we've got this whole place all to ourselves to romp around in. And usually there's a lot going on in the world of otters and enough to provide good content and things to talk about.

>fast food

When the food is fast the otter is faster.



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225092 No.2451   [Reply]

The time is upon us

Time: Wednesday May 25th, 8PM GMT/10PM CEST/4PM EDT

We will watch: On the Tracks of the Wild Otter (1983)

Gather here: https://cytu.be/r/ottercine

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>> No.3147  
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Thanks for coming, everyone! I'm glad I waited. Better late than never.

Just for the record, we're skipping December and coming back in January.

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>>3144
I was looking forward to this all week, I even set an alarm to help me remember. But then the alarm went off yesterday instead of today, and I apparently turned it off so it didnt trip today and I kept waiting for it to go off to let me know it was otter time, and now here I am far too late. I really wonder what's wrong with me sometimes.

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>>3148
Nothing's wrong with you, buddy, we all make mistakes. Just go ahead and plan for the next one, and forgetting this time will make sure that you don't forget for next time

>> No.3167  

FUCK i missed otter weekend
if anyone wants to watch otter videos this saturday december 3rd at 7pm 1900 cst ill be there
im setting a timer now

>> No.3168  

Don't be too upset if you miss out on ottercine once friends, sometimes you forget or other things can happen. Even if it's disappointing, we're all still here and always looking forward to the next time. By the way, this is the film we saw on Sunday if anyone of you who missed the stream would like to rewatch it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dyKqtCL82Y0

>>3167
That's a bit late for me I'm afraid, but others might be able to come. Did you have anything specific to watch in mind?



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170374 No.480   [Reply]

ITT Cute Baby Otters*!!!*

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>> 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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33610 No.2356   [Reply]

I love otters!

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>> No.2915  
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>>2908
You never want to restrain an otter. It never ends well if the otter wants to exact his revenge

>>2909
Thanks a funky looking ottie

>> No.2919  

>>2915
For sure. The more an otter gets bottled up, the more it will EXPLODE.

>> No.2921  

>>2915 That's one scary otter, wouldn't wanna get in his way

>> No.2926  

>>2909
I like this otter, they look so proud of themselves. Thanks for sharing anon!

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80061 No.2696   [Reply]

Hey otters, the UKWOT is a wonderful charity caring for the otters in Britain, and it looks like they're in some financial trouble now. It would be great if we could help out a little by donating or adopting one of their three lovely otters. Personally I'm thinking of buying an adoption package but I haven't decided on an otter yet...
Anyways, these people do great things for otters so I hope they can get the money they need. https://ukwildottertrust.org/

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>> No.2981  

>>2974 €55 collected so far, not bad.

>> No.3107  
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Here's some news:
UKWOT are coming out with their own magazine publication, with the first issue being available for free.
https://ukwildottertrust.org/ukwot-supporters-club-magazine

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>>2974
Money has been received, and our very own supporter board is now in the making!

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They've got two new young otters at the sanctuary! Hansel and Gretel were taken in as orphaned cubs a couple of weeks ago. Aren't they the cutest pair of otts you ever did see?

>> No.3162  

>>3161
Aww, they're so cute! I'm sure they're gonna be getting the best care with the UKWOT



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165943 No.1714   [Reply]

September 19 to 25 is Sea Otter Awareness Week. Please be aware of sea otters.

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>> No.3087  

>>3085
I almost forgot! thank you for the reminder, Anon

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I love it when sea otters do the spin

>> No.3155  

>>3151
Don't they get dizzy from all that rotation?

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>>3155
I think they do eventually, but they can tolerate it for a while. I guess that's why they don't spin for very long.

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>>3156
Spinning is fun, but you gotta be careful.



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37189 No.1534   [Reply]

WAITER, there's an otter in my soup!

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>> No.1762  

I glad soup otters' numbers have been recovering.

>> No.1763  

>>1762
As with other otter species, it's all about habitat. The more soup for them to live in, the more soup otters.
Make soup, not war!

>> No.1846  

This is getting me in the mood for some soup

>> No.1854  

>>1763 What kinds of soup do soup otters like?

>> No.3154  

Waiter there's 500000 hairs per square inch in my soup



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558182 No.3141   [Reply]

Do otters know?

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>>3141
Probably, otters are very wise after all, they know many things.

>> No.3152  

I'd say they are at least vaguely aware.



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116356 No.2244   [Reply]

Let's discuss ways how to spend our lives with otters
Which path should you choose if you want to help otters the most? Working at a zoo, or in research, or as a vet, or ... ? There are a lot of possibilities.

Does anyone here have experience working in these fields? It seems they all have upsides and upsides
Working at a zoo you get to be with otters all day (and other animals)
Working in research you get to uncover groundbreaking otter knowledge
Working as a vet you get to help sick and injured otters get better

What are other ways you can work for otters?

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>tfw don't live in a country with an otter population

If I did I would look into volunteering for a charity. I'm not a vet but shit if someone 200 miles away said they found an otter cub in their garden I could pick it up for the charity.

If I had bigger balls I'd make a career out of hunting down poachers in SEA

>> No.2760  

>>2759
That makes me think. Are there any remote Otter jobs, for those of us who don't live near otters?

>> No.2950  

>>2760
Charities sometimes have volunteer openings for work in the media space, where you could work remotely editing content and stuff.

>> No.3142  

>>2759
I don't even know how one can go the poacher hunting route
how do you even get hired

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>>3142
You'd have to become a ranger in one of the anti-poaching units in sub-saharan Africa. These guys are mainly focused on protecting rhinos and elephants from poachers in what's known as the Rhino War. You'll go through military-style training to fight poaching gangs and wildlife traffickers, well-funded organized criminals who have access to armored vehicles, helicopters and modern weapons, which they can pay for by smuggling ivory to Asia. You on the other hand will need to make do, you're much more restricted both by laws (can't wear camouflage in some African countries, not allowed to shoot first, etc) and your budget, which means you're getting an AK47 with two magazines. Then they send you to the African jungle where you'll patrol for several days, sleeping in a hammock and surviving off bugs on the floor.

You can join them as a volunteer, but you usually need to be at least a permanent resident of the country where they operate or else they can't give you a gun. Pic is from one of the better-known ones. I'm not aware of such units existing in the SEA region, though it would be great if we could intervene against otter poaching. Imagine if the poachers came to get the baby otters but got a bloody nose instead. Don't know what needs to happen for that to be possible, but I'm sure it is.



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1347256 No.1217   [Reply]

ITT Otter face close-ups

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>>2790

>> No.2813  
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Milky and happy

>> No.2959  

>>2813 Ah the beard of contentment. The impression that only a good nourishing bowl of milk can leave on a baby otter.

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Texas Aquarium posted this

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33378 No.1900   [Reply]

It's an otter's rear end.

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>> No.1904  

>>1903
He's not gonna tell you.

>> No.1905  

>>1900
Anteater if you squint

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>> No.3131  

>>3126
This one has a much fatter tail

>> No.3134  

>>3131
Could just be the perspective.
What otters have the thickest tails?



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313073 No.3132   [Reply]

otter i love otters hi live board

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welcome



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18890 No.82   [Reply]

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.
https://seaotters.org/pdfs/books.pdf
https://www.otterjoy.com/otterbookreviews.html

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

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>> No.1858  

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

https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/The_Life_Story_of_an_Otter

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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.

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>>3119
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.

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>>3120
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  

>>3119
This is so cool! Might pick it up as a Christmas gift to myself.



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97828 No.572   [Reply]

Otters love their buckets.

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>> No.2271  

>>2202 I believe that may have been on purpose

>> No.3115  

>>2240
Otter's gonna take that bucket for a swim. otters like to have alone time with their buckets.

>> No.3116  

>>3115
I like to believe this was a two otter job, where the first one deliberately distracted the human so the second could execute the grab. A well planned otter heist.

>> No.3117  

>>3116 Perhaps. Or maybe the second otter just saw a good opportunity to grab that bucket. Not planned, but well executed.

>> No.3118  

>>3117
Though have to say otters seem like animals that are enough in tune with each other to plan complex things like that. They'd be able to solve problems together like (how do we steal the guy's bucket without him noticing).



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240491 No.2609   [Reply]

Why do otters have leaves on their heads so often?

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>> 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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452061 No.1293   [Reply]

Otters can stand up. ITT post pictures of otters standing up.

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>> No.2888  

>>2887 How many cans can an otter can if an otter can can cans?

>> No.3071  
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This is Jackson from Sacramento

>> No.3072  

>>3071 What an upstanding guy. Outstanding posture too. Really head and shoulders above the rest.

>> No.3073  

>>3072
Yeah it's definitely up there. A towering performance that really rises to a high standard

>> No.3084  

>>3071
A firmly established otter and a pillar of his community



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92070 No.882   [Reply]

Did you know otters can climb trees?
What can't they do???

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Masters of Bush, River, Sea, Art AND trees? Are ottes OP?

>> No.2913  

>>2912
Sometimes it seems like otters are too powerful, but in truth, they can do what they can do because they've got to do what they've got to do.

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>>2912
They're also expert musicians!

>>2913
Otts've gotta ott

>> No.2920  

>>2912 That otter is making some nice abstract impressionist art.

>> No.3070  

>>2920
I bet otter art would be really valuable. They should put it up in art museums to show what true artistry is



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84462 No.2904   [Reply]

It's time folks! IOSF are handing out their special awards for otter conservation.

The award categories are:

If you know somebody you think deserves an award nominate them here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScpBO7orWl_7ncmaYtlPL8EFnd1bEYUvzy2qM-YQixiYD-LvA/viewform

And here's their website with more information and previous winners: https://otter.org/Public/News_OtterOscars.aspx

>> No.3061  

IOSF have put together a neat little quiz about otters here. Apparently there's a prize, too, but they won't say what it is (curious!). Regardless it's a neat way to test your knowledge.

https://s.pointerpro.com/wadotterquiz

>> No.3062  

Have they named any winners yet? I myself don't really have anyone to nominate...



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726170 No.1829   [Reply]

I think the giant otter is a really cool otter. It is the largest AND the loudest of all otters, and it's also the largest mustelid.

What do you think about Giant Otters?

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>> No.2185  

>>2149
This is like stuff straight from my nightmares.

>> No.2186  

>>2185
How could you have a nightmare about an otter? That is just utterly ridiculous

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>>2185
How could you hate this face?

(pic is from Longleat park)

>> No.3059  

>>1870
I’d love to watch some sort of movie where a bunch of different types of otters come together to help each other out

>> No.3060  

>>3059
Someone should write a new Redwall book about different otter tribes banding together.



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125290 No.3049   [Reply]

So during the otter congress last week there was a thread where people discussed their favorite thing about otters. What's your favorite thing about otters, Otterchat? Mine is just how skilled they are. They're so agile, amazing hunters, masters of stealth, great parents. Do the talents of an otter ever cease?

>> No.3050  

Excellent question, and not easy to answer. I think it's the elegance and sublimity of everything they do, combined with their relaxed, curious attitude. Otters are animals that are at peace with themselves and their surroundings while at the same time dying to learn more about everything.

>> No.3051  

As has been said, this is difficult to answer exactly. Of course otters are cute, which was an initial reason for my interest in them, but as I've grown to understand more about them, the importance that they have on their ecosystem has a beauty in and of itself. And the ease that they display within their ecosystem has such a natural beauty to it. And otter never tries harder than he has to, and always has time for play and fun

>> No.3054  

>>3049
I'm fond of how sleek they look

>> No.3056  

I love their adorable faces

>> No.3057  

I also just love the way they are formed



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5096291 No.2991   [Reply]

The time has come! Getting ready to get on the plane to Nice, I'll hopefully be there in about two hours. The weather's been a little rough today so we'll see how it goes.

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The hike

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A bat lives in this house

>> No.3037  

>>3031
I couldn't agree more. You come with a frown and leave with a smile. It feels like together we can actually get something done for otters.



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136270 No.233   [Reply]

Where did he get those weird stripes?

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>> No.2782  

>>2161

>Could have had Earth where intelligent species emerged from otters instead of apes

fug

>> No.2783  

>>2782 Wdym? Otters ARE intelligent

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>>2783
Otters are the smariest!

>> No.2987  

>>233

>Where did he get those weird stripes?

Get your otter stripes at the otter store!



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62212 No.2501   [Reply]

Registration is now open!
The Congress will be held in Sospel, Alpes-Maritimes, France, from the 19th to the 23rd of September 2022.
https://www.otterspecialistgroup.org/osg-newsite/register-now/

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>> No.2870  
The early bird payment deadline is this sunday, register and pay now to get the reduced fee!
Register here
Pay here
>> No.2956  

Two weeks...!

>> No.2960  

>>2956 Time goes fast

>> No.2980  

And now it's only one week

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Official program is out.



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134637 No.4   [Reply]

Welcome!

This site may still have issues. Please be patient while I figure everything out.

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>> No.2961  

>>2958
It's actually 1-3

>> No.2963  

>>2961
Man, the otters aren’t doing the best in the tournament

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>>2963
That's because it's entirely on land, very unfair for otters. If they were playing some home games they'd do better!

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>>2964
Exactly! We're getting deprived of a true home court advantage

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78747 No.2850   [Reply]
>An otter invaded a couple's home in England and slept in their bed.

https://metro.co.uk/2022/07/20/couple-hear-rattle-in-home-and-discover-an-otter-sleeping-in-the-bed-17037533/

Are otters gonna be invading people's houses to sleep in our beds now? Has a new era begun?

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>> No.2880  

>>2875 looks like you already do

>> No.2923  
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Something's going on here guys, I think we better be careful
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2022/aug/19/seal-breaks-into-new-zealand-home-traumatises-cat-and-hangs-out-on-couch

>> No.2924  

>>2923
I saw this and immediately thought of this thread! Good to see I wasn't alone.

>> No.2930  

Otties are always welcome guests in my house though I'm not sure if they'll be as nicely received everywhere

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>>2930
Hopefully that'll just serve to drive otters where they'd be truly appreciated



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