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/otter/ for the Infinity Cup 2020! Anonymous 12/05/2019 (Thu) 21:44:53 No. 339 [Reply]
Hey /otter/ lovers,
We are currently streaming the group phase of the current year's 8chanCup (or as it's more properly known as the Infinity Cup) but due to the exodus and 8ch hiccups we've lost a few teams whose boards never really recovered.
Because of that, we thought it could be great if you guys could join us with a team of your own and participate in the next iteration of the cup, if you feel like it.
All you need to do is create a wiki entry of your own team over at http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Main_Page (use the layout of other teams as a preset), coming up with members/players that represent your board's culture and in-jokes, create a proper emblem and jersey combo and optionally choose strategies, skills and exportable 3d models using the rules set up at http://infinitycup.shoutwiki.com/wiki/Rules and we'll make sure to consider your application for the future pot.

I should mention that we would also really appreciate if you came over to our cup's stream at https://cytu.be/r/8cup to spectate what the cup's really all about and to propose your own ideas to make it even better.
See you on the field!
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>>395
>Small-clawed otter
She a cute!
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>>398
We got a MMD model of her we can use.
>>399
IIRC MMD models are fine but ask the host
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If there is an otter deserving of a spot in the team then it is Bishan Dad, the most legendary otter of Singapore. He was nothing short of a great leader who united the Bishan family and led it to victory after victory over its rivals, vastly expanding its territory and growing it in strength. Despite being a fierce warrior, he was soft and merciful to his own kin. It was he who first inspired Singaporean's fascination for otters and provided much scientific value for wildlife researchers.
After Bishan Dad's passing, the Bishan family suffered internal strife and confusion, with many of the otters splitting from the family and going their own way, and others being lost or chased away by infighting. Only an otter with the character, staying power, charisma and brilliance of Bishan Dad could leave such a legacy.
>>524
Wiki page updated. 14 slots left.

Otter pictures Anonymous 09/02/2019 (Mon) 00:06:49 No. 3 [Reply]
It's time for a good old otter pic thread.
People need to know what otters look like.
If you have cool otter pictures, do post them in here.
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What? Empty front page? We're gonna need some otters.
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Here are some photos from the British Wildlife Centre, taken by visitors. http://britishwildlifecentre.blogspot.com/2020/01/photo-of-month-december-2019.html

But for some reason they picked an owl photo as the photo of the month. What's wrong with them?
>>451
Otters are so beautiful, it's unfair to the other animals. They need to let them win sometimes.
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Otters can use tools.

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Anonymous 12/07/2019 (Sat) 00:36:31 No. 351 [Reply]
Why do otters have jew noses?
your mom's a Jew
>>351
They are the chosen species

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/otter/-tan Anonymous 10/12/2019 (Sat) 00:06:39 No. 233 [Reply]
We should have our own board-tan to represent /otter/.
Her name is Nuria (from the Spanish word for otters) and she is extremely otterpilled.
Her favourite hobbies are swimming around and lying in the grass, and her favourite food is whatever she can catch (mostly fish).
Nuria would be perfect for the job. All we need is more OC of her.
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>>506
Ahh, I really forgot her tail.
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An important message
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>>521
She’s such a good girl.

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WebM thread Anonymous 09/19/2019 (Thu) 17:45:10 No. 116 [Reply]
Let's get a webm thread going. Post your best otter webm's.
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Unfazed otter.
>>458
Those gators can't mess with that otter, and they know it.
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Can an otter write a symphony?
Can an otter turn a canvas into a beautiful masterpiece?
Yes it can.

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AAAAA thread Anonymous 10/21/2019 (Mon) 21:40:38 No. 250 [Reply]
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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Is this right face?
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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
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AAAHH
>>277
What are they for?

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Otter Culture Anonymous 09/02/2019 (Mon) 19:58:57 No. 16 [Reply]
This thread is dedicated to otter-related media.
Otters deserve a place not only in nature, but also in our culture.
Share and review otter-related books, films, music, drawings, paintings, poetry, etc.

Starting off, here's a nice children's song about an otter.
It's pretty good, and reminds you what otters are all about.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tUPfPWKBrpk
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Here's a beautiful music video with otters: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJYX7Pnwk1Y
An 80s song about otter love: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z0QAQXB2r6I
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>>442
Otters really are the best.
>>107
Otters can make their own art.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulnaEvuU_To

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Otters in the Netherlands Anonymous 12/05/2019 (Thu) 23:01:49 No. 340 [Reply]
I recently heard in the news that otters are doing great in the Netherlands.

The Dutch population of otters went extinct in 1988. Otters were reintroduced in 2002 and the population size has grown rapidly. The current estimate is about 360 otters in the Netherlands.
That's awesome and excellent. I hear they get run over a lot though.
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The Netherlands seem like a good place for otters, lots of water for them to enjoy.
>>340
How did they go extinct?
>>510
Most likely chemicals in the water. Pesticides like DDT were devastating to otters in the 20th century.

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Anonymous 09/12/2019 (Thu) 20:12:47 No. 73 [Reply]
Why must they rape babies (and their corpses)?
Can't they get their sex drive under control?
It is because they are alpha, and they do not care about your feelings.
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>>500
god dammit let's try this again
>>502
Vividred Operaton

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Anonymous 09/02/2019 (Mon) 18:41:28 No. 15 [Reply]
Is there any logical reason why people love otters so much?
For me, the first time I fell in love with otters was when I first encountered them at the zoo, squeaking, running around and having a good time.
That's when I understood that they are certainly good for your soul, and my affection for otters has only increased since.
But I just want to know... What is their secret? How do they so easily enter the hearts of all who lay eyes upon them?
Is it because they're cute? Is it because we relate to them?
Or is it magic?
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>>104
Just take the otter pill already, anon.
I had a dream about otters tonight... I was sad to wake up.
Otter is not just an animal. Otter is a sensation, Otter is an emotion, Otter is a state of the mind. It can't be described in words. You just gotta feel it.
Otter = Lux Mundi. The light of the world.
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>>95
They do behave like dogs, just more fun and in the water. That's why they are called "water dog" in many languages.

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