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Anonymous 09/06/2020 (Sun) 12:35:14 No.1391 [Reply] [Last]
SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL PRO OTTER ORGANIZATION Are (You) doing enough for otters? They need your help, anon. If you know more, post them. Global groups: International Otter Survival Fund https://www.otter.org/ Otter Specialist Group http://otterspecialistgroup.org/ USA/Canada: Friends of the Sea Otter http://www.seaotters.org/ Sea Otter Foundation & Trust https://www.seaotterfoundationtrust.org/ France:

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>>1507 We must spread the otter.
>>1508 l-lewd
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>>1511 Huh? It's not lewd. It's justice.
>>1402 Where could I find an otter to lick?
>>1556 Otters are everywhere anon. Just go outside and pick one up.

Anonymous 11/23/2020 (Mon) 19:51:42 No.1585 [Reply] [Last]
Otters should all be kissed.
Wouldn't it just bite your face?
>>1586 Right on the nose.
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>>1585 By other otters.

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/otter/ thread #0 Anonymous 04/07/2020 (Tue) 12:08:10 No.975 [Reply] [Last]
So I've noticed that since otters are already a very niche topic, most of the threads on this board are specific to a degree that very few people will participate in them, making /otter/'s activity suffer. There are few threads with more than a handful of replies on here. A solution to this could be to make a general thread, i. e. to throw everything into one b᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎ig conti᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎nuous thread where everything otter-related can be discussed. So let's try that out. Please direct your otterposting into this thread from now on.᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎᠎
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Asian short clawed otters are so small and pudgy. Compare that to Eurasian otters with their muscular, well-proportioned bodies. Maybe it's because the Asians mostly live on foraged food.
>>1565 Now I need to learn how to juggle so that I can be accepted by the otters. Thank you for your wisdom, he who is so wise in the ways of otters.
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Why are otters called otters?

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Anonymous 09/03/2019 (Tue) 11:42:34 No.25 [Reply] [Last]
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>>1546 you got more hairy nose pics anon?
>>1558 What constitutes "the best" for an otter, for whom life itself is of the highest quality? How can one thing be superior to another if everything is perceived as enjoyable as possible?
>>1559 One other, but that's the limit of my hairy nose pics.
>>1561 They are so precious. Must protect.
>>1583 They really are phenomenal. One of my favorite otter species

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Otters that cheer you up Anonymous 11/16/2020 (Mon) 23:50:25 No.1569 [Reply] [Last]
I'm in desperate need of some cute otters
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>>1572 >>1577 Yep, if you were an otter this would not have happened. Be a little more otter next time, ok?
>>1572 >coming up on 7 years It's known as the "seven year itch" for a reason, Anon. >she just texted me that it was over >she had already moved out These are not the actions of a woman you want to be married to. You dodged a bullet. Still, seven years. Be strong, and under NO circumstances allow her back, sleep with her again, or anything else. >>1577 >7 years and you didn't get married? Consider that if Anon had married her, she'd still have left, except she would have carefully laid groundwork out of his sight to divorce-rape him, just as she laid groundwork to coldly move out of his life once his usefulness had been exhausted. >A male and female only have to meet and mate once and they're together 4ever. An otter male requires an otter female.
>>1579 >his usefulness had been exhausted I don't believe what you are saying about Anon. >An otter male requires an otter female. Where does an otter male find an otter female?
>>1577 Well, I had been hoping to get married reasonably soon, though that obviously isn't happening anytime soon. >>1578 I guess I'll try to work on it. Maybe if I just ate some more raw fish. >>1579 >"seven year itch" I had always thought that was a myth, but I suppose I was wrong. > You dodged a bullet I did, but it's still tough. Best to think on the bright side though. > Be strong, and under NO circumstances allow her back, sleep with her again, or anything else. I'm gonna try, believe you me.
>>1580 >Where does an otter male find an otter female? The otter female gettin' place

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WebM thread Anonymous 09/19/2019 (Thu) 17:45:10 No.116 [Reply] [Last]
Let's get a webm thread going. Post your best otter webm's.
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Otter wars.
A sea otter pup visits the doctor.
>>950 I was so worried that the otter wasn't going to get pets. I'm so glad that he did.
>>1555 That would have been terrible.

Otter removes koi again Anonymous 01/22/2020 (Wed) 23:05:56 No. 530 [Reply]
Koi tremble in fear as otter makes reappearance in Vancouver Chinese garden
>Nearly a year after a hungry otter began decimating the koi population at Vancouver’s Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Gardens, another animal has returned to finish the job.
>The Vancouver Park Board said Saturday the otter was spotted in the koi pond on Wednesday morning, after the carcasses of three koi were found.
>“To be quite frank, we don’t know what otters are capable of,” he said.
https://globalnews.ca/news/6118436/otter-returns-vancouver-garden/
Otters are unstoppable.
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Absolute koilocaust.
No gates will save you.
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>>535
This night the land will be stained with the blood of Koi. March to Vancouver Chinese garden. Leave none alive. To war!
Not only that, but they stabbed /delicious/ in the back with a trident today! OTTERS ARE KILLERS

Otter Culture Anonymous 09/02/2019 (Mon) 19:58:57 No.16 [Reply] [Last]
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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>>941 Is that a fish or the fish?
>>112 It's entirely possible. New species of animals are being discovered all the time and it wouldn't surprise me if a few slipped through the net, so to speak.
>>1528 >New species of animals are being discovered all the time Not really, and especially not extant living species. Numerous non-animal species (aka bacterium) are discovered yearly, but it's not some kind of common occurrence these days. There are roughly 8.6M eukaryote species known, and this is basically stable year-over-year.

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The Otternet Anonymous 02/26/2020 (Wed) 12:52:07 No.920 [Reply] [Last]
Are there any other otter-related sites/forums/communities that you use? Maybe we can get a good otter links thread going. I've found that otter fans seem to mostly frequent your typical sites like Facebook, Twitter and Reddit. I tried using them a few times but all that seems to go on there is people reposting the same funny otter pictures (not that I'd want to denigrate our brothers in those places). Still, it's interesting how the imageboard format can instantly improve any topical discussion. Anyways, here are some links. The IOSF website aggregates news and other info about otters: https://www.otter.org/Public/News_OtterNews.aspx Watch Sea Otters live (7am-7pm pacific time): https://www.montereybayaquarium.org/animals-and-exhibits/live-web-cams/sea-otter-cam An extensive blog by an otter watcher: https://otters.net/ IUCN Otter Specialist Group websites (lots of interesting info): https://www.otterspecialistgroup.org/ https://weloveotters.com/
A nice website about otters for any czech anons we may have https://www.vydryonline.cz/
>>920 I know it's just wishful thinking but I hope we get to see Slick's offspring even though he was last spotted 8 years ago.
>>920 Have you heard of anon.cafe? It's an imageboard about otters.

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sad catter sad catter 10/23/2020 (Fri) 17:06:14 No.1509 [Reply] [Last]
sad catter
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>>1513 Is he really sad though, or is he happy?
>>1514 I would argue that otters are the kind of creature that remains consistently cute in all phases of life.
>>1517 At any place, at any time, otter is cute.
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>>1509 >>1513 Why would somebody take that beautiful, magnificent, stunning, radiant, gorgeous, graceful, exquisite, lovely, perfect, noble, brilliant, breathtaking, sublime, marvelous, superb, ravishing visage of an otter and replace it with a cat face?
>>1514 Because they are otters. As cubs they are cute, and when they grow up, they are beautiful.

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