1. The otter and the crab


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    A short of the European otter.

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    • "Otter Universe" - Mural process


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      Wall illustration for Zoo Loco Hostel. 2,6m x 1,5m . You can see the result at www.reskatestudio.com

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      • First Lontra of 2015!!!


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        The new year rang in on January 3rd for Science in the Park. We recorded this otter in the early evening, hanging out in the middle section of the Park. He/she spied our camera and may have have swum over to check it out. Otters are active year round, but the water is cold and the river is wide for the game camera trackers. (And, yes, the time stamp is off by 3 years.... )

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        • otter poop & 7 otters @ SBWR - Jan2015


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          http://sgbeachbum.blogspot.sg/2015/01/otter-poop-7-otters-sbwr-jan2015.html Animal poop can give away the proximity in time of the animal. If it is moist and smells strongly, then it is more likely that the animal was at the scene not long ago. If the poop is dry or doesn't smell, then it is more likely that the poop is old poop. Fresh otter poop has a distinctively strong pervading smell which quickly attracts flies .... like flies to fresh shit. The clip starts with a slowmo bit showing flies set on the otter poop which is mainly fish scales. Sometimes, the poop shows that the otters have been feeding on prawns. Fish scales and prawn shells are passed out making it easy to generally identify what the otters have been eating. I soon came across the otters. This was a new group of seven and their presence seems to have displaced the residing group of 4 about last seen two weekends ago. Otter families do not apparently get along and the smaller family group was likely displaced from the area. This group of seven had one otter which stood out from amongst the rest. It had an unsusual dark coat much darker than the rest. Seen third from left at about 00:29 to about 00:39. It head markings were also different in that it had dark cheeks and a dark neck as well. Looks like this is a female (i'm guessing because i could seen no obvious visible testicles when it stood up). Wonder if we will see dark morph otters in future provided this one survives and has a litter of her own. The otters went about rubbing their fur on the ground. This is likely to get rid of excess salt and water on their fur. They do spend a considerable amount of time grooming themselves to ensure that their fur is kept in top condition. After a good rub, they went down into the mangroves likely to look for more fish and prawns. Find out more about smooth-coated otters, SBWR and otters in general : : http://www.wildsingapore.com/wildfacts/vertebrates/mammals/perspicillata.htm https://www.sbwr.org.sg/ https://www.sbwr.org.sg/wetlands/text/99-6-1-10.htm http://wdfw.wa.gov/living/river_otters.html

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          • Otter


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            Modeled by me

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            • Wakodahatchee Otter - 01/08/2015


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              • JJ & Craig | OUR Beginning 2014 wedding stories in Detroit * Add On Media Group


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                This is the story of how JJ & Craig Otter met.

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                • The colour of winter - uwol32


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                  Uwol contest is over, and here comes a new edition. Slightly shorter and rearranging some sequences. Hope you still like it. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I'm taking part of a new round of the UWOL Challenge, with the giving theme; The elements. My starting point has been that the four elements of earth, air, fire and water are the building blocks and thus included in all components on and around Earth. Also that the elements corresponding to the four seasons; summer, autumn, winter and spring. My main focus has been the winter and my video is not necessarily divided chronologically by the four elements, but is rather a mix of them. For the first time I have managed to capture a natural phenomenon that I have hunted for a long time, something I am very proud of having managed. Next time I'll use raw files to this kind of shooting. The biggest challenge this time, has been the ever-changing weather. Feel free to comment my video. Cameras: Canon EOS 600D, Canon 5D Mark3, Canon XLH1. Edited on Sony Vegas Pro 13. Music from Sonicfire Pro. Theme: The elements. UWOL (Under Water Over Land competition): http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/uwol-challenge-our-newest-contest/

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                  • Asiatic small-clawed otter is itching all over at Santa Barbara Zoo


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                    One of the two otters really is itchy and needs some assistance to get rid of it. But its mate first fakes to be fast asleep and when that's no longer possible, it is doing a terrible good job in ignoring the whole thing.

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                    • Talking Otter [Funny-Subtitles.com]


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                      Talking Otter [Funny-Subtitles.com] Who knew otters could do more than swim around and look cute?

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