I was photographing a Wilson's Snipe at St. Marks NWR yesterday when I looked up to see not one, but THREE otters in the pool in front of me. I was torn between video and photos, and got some of each, however the continuity of the video suffered a bit as a result.
At first they were playing and interacting, and then one of them caught a fish and ate it. About halfway through, the one I call "Bob" got separated, but only by about 50', from the other two. I would have thought he could have seen the other two - I could see them all clearly - but maybe they were just around a corner and out of his sight. I later learned that they are extremely near-sighted, which could have been what caused him to think he was separated and prompted him to get out of the water and go over a dike and into a pool just to the west. The other two quickly realized Bob was missing, and after a brief search, they swam through a small opening and into the same pool that Bob had likely walked to. I couldn't see them well once they'd moved into the other pool, but every once in a while I'd get a glimpse of an otter, and hopefully they had reunited.
This video was digiscoped using a GH3 mounted on a Swarovski STX95 spotting scope, and all focusing was done manually using the scope. It looks best in HD and full-screen, with scaling set to "off."