American River Otter by Moist                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Otters or Otter is the name for a carnivorous mammal in the subfamily Lutrinae. There's 13 different otter species and this post has cute pictures of otters

River otters, Hutchinson Zoo, River otters are one of my favorite animals....and related to my ferret Missy:)

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River otters, Hutchinson Zoo, River otters are one of my favorite animals.and related to my ferret Missy:)

North American River Otters

Three very cute dwarf otters waiting to be fed with little pieces of meat. Notice that the one in the middle one is sticking the tongue. Yes, I'm a tongue photographer!) Picture taken in the Rheintal zoo.

Otter Spins Underwater  Photo by Patty Avritt; submitted by odditycommodity!

Otter medicine - mastery of the elements of Water and Earth, energy healing. To be one with Spirit and all of creation.Otter coiled in a ring - healing and return to wholeness.Otters have a pouch (where they can keep their favorite rock).

Discover extraordinary life below the surface at the Tennessee Aquarium.

Otter Discover extraordinary life below the surface at the Tennessee Aquarium.

Iiiik!...Uhm, This Place Is Unique...Samissomar´s Pinterests Are A Real Pleasant Experience !... http://samissomar.wix.com/Soundscapings

Otters are carnivorous mammals in the subfamily Lutrinae. The 13 extant otter species are all semiaquatic, aquatic or marine, with diets based on fish and invertebrates.

Even though River Otters are not listed as Endangered species, their range has been greatly reduced over the years by habitat destruction and they are vulnerable to pollution and toxins in the environment.

Even though River Otters are not listed as Endangered species, their range has been greatly reduced over the years by habitat destruction and they are vulnerable to pollution and toxins in the environment. Basically these animals are endangered too!

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