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The /otter/ Guide

File: 1199d928740d78a⋯.jpg (63.41 KB, 599x900, 599:900, 1538775567347.jpg)

 No.66[Reply]

1. This is a board about otters

2. Otters are very good

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 No.694

Hello friends,

out of all the boards I've seen in my life, this is the only one that makes complete sense to me. I also usually don't post on these, but I make an exception for otters. Very good board.




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 No.340[Reply]

Are Mink permitted on this board?

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 No.780

File: 84a88952af1d34f⋯.jpg (387.42 KB, 2000x1015, 400:203, badger-03.jpg)

What do you think of BADGERS? I really like BADGERS, I think BADGERS look cool.


 No.789

File: 945d63d121601a2⋯.jpg (43.76 KB, 598x383, 598:383, badgers.jpg)

>>780

Cute and stripey!


 No.798

>>780

>>789

omg i love badgers!!!!!

they are such bad asses, don mess with badgers

but also so cute


 No.800

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 No.911

>>379

>>593

Euro minks (minx?) are super cute!

Can't lose those endagered minkies, we must save them!

Protected habitat and a breeding program should make for a good start.




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 No.256[Reply]

Holy fuck, I love otters so god damn much. They are everything to me. I can't even concentrate on anything or get anything done because all I think about is otters. What the fuck do I do??? I have stuff to do and they're getting in the way.

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 No.793

>>790

What do their hands feel like?


 No.828

>>793

They feel like wet little hands.


 No.836

>>785

*otter nuzzle*


 No.840

>>793

They're the perfect hands for holding hands in a dream.


 No.910

I miss otters so much. It's been way to long since I saw an otter irl.

Don't know how you can miss otters you've never even met, but I do :/

I hope otters will visit me soon. I will make them feel right at home! All otters have a place in my heart.




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 No.841[Reply]

Post your favorite otter artist.

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 No.858

>>856

You think you're the artbiter of /otter/?

Only Otter can be the artbiter of /otter/.


 No.859

>>858

Otter bites any kind of art it likes.


 No.860

File: bcbe3f42a19f89a⋯.jpg (1.35 MB, 3352x2092, 838:523, all otters.jpg)

File: 34673b2e176c677⋯.jpg (230.42 KB, 1701x1201, 1701:1201, otter offering.jpg)

>>856

This better?


 No.861

>>860

Ottering accepted


 No.909

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What about Chris Dunn? I think his art is pretty amazing.




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 No.862[Reply]

ITT: We draw oekaki otters

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 No.874

>>871

A keyhole to his heart


 No.875

File: 9c40f2e3f07625b⋯.webm (1.88 MB, 640x360, 16:9, 9c40f2e3f07625b00635f864d….webm)

Nice board, with nice thread and nice drawns.


 No.876

>>874

>A keyhole to his heart

Raises the question, what is the key to that otter's heart?


 No.885

File: 96dc7bd85f8ae7b⋯.png (12.01 KB, 500x250, 2:1, Oekaki.png)

>>874

>>871

>>875

>>876

Less talk, more draw.


 No.908

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 No.36[Reply]

blep

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 No.547

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>blep intensifies


 No.631

File: 8ef6b77f53e707b⋯.jpg (361.79 KB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, blep2.jpg)

Major league bleps


 No.644

>>631

he's even looking in the camera

that otter knows what's up


 No.899

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 No.907

File: 28487f14965f5da⋯.jpg (98.29 KB, 600x400, 3:2, Otter-Derp.jpg)

Derp




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 No.769[Reply]

Being an otter fan is not for everyone; you must have a certain level of intelligence and perfomance level of the brain; otter fans have heightened logical thinking and analysis skills which allows them to sea otters as the noble creatures that they are.

The soul of the otter fan is a happy soul, for in contrast to the plebeian soul it is nourished by the love of otters. Hence it enjoys a closer connection to God, being ever thankful to the wise Creator for giving us the beautiful gift of otters.

Plebeians are not likely to become otter fans, as they simply do not have the capacity to handle otters in their brains. If you have passed the test and find yourself here, as one of us: Congratulations. It is certainly a great privilege to be here and to be able to love otters this much.

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 No.832

>>831

Correction:

Unstoppable Regenerative Magnetic Attractive Power.


 No.882

File: 0ba77bba85fa8c3⋯.jpg (212.51 KB, 923x497, 13:7, 1558626033800.jpg)


 No.887

>>882

Results confirm: otters have triggered the next major evolution in human consciousness, as predicted by ancient prophecies from around the globe. Expect BIG changes. No stopping it once it starts.


 No.905

>>882

>otter lovers lack teeth


 No.906

>>905

>otter lovers lack teeth

Fossil record is incomplete and can prove misleading.

You have personal experience to back up your statement?




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 No.1[Reply]

Otter pics go here.

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 No.795

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 No.796

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 No.797

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 No.799

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 No.904

File: bbdc50c74f794d7⋯.jpg (51.51 KB, 696x463, 696:463, otterwatch.jpg)

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Fun fact: Asian small clawed otters and smooth coated otters can interbreed with each other. A whole hybrid population has been discovered.




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 No.656[Reply]

Is this a furry board?

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 No.898

File: 41860a8ec68b777⋯.jpg (47.24 KB, 540x960, 9:16, 62268397.jpg)

>>897

But why would you be into Otters acting like humans?

I prefer Otters acting like Otters.


 No.900

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File: de4eb837d269bd7⋯.jpg (66.66 KB, 580x869, 580:869, df1d6a5aee213323782fe676b4….jpg)

Some real life otters are already quite anthropomorphic.


 No.901

>>865

>I don't get why people are so against furry stuff

The reason is that there are plenty of furry boards, but only one otter board.

We want to keep /otter/ as an otter board, not yet another furry board.


 No.902

>>898

This is the cutest!


 No.903

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>>901

While I do consider myself a furry, I'm actually not the OP of the furry threads. I've been here since March and mostly posted otter photographs and other otter related things.

I do agree that we should keep this an otter board but I thought a furry otter thread every once in a while couldn't hurt, just like we have an otter anime thread, which I also contributed to. Nobody seemed to complain about that.




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 No.879[Reply]

What otter merchandise do you own, or would like to own?

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 No.890

File: a24c2cd54afb9b6⋯.jpg (905.28 KB, 2560x1920, 4:3, HPIM0900.JPG)

Here is some of the merch I own. The taxidermy animal is actually a marten though and the small, more abstract figurines are probably not supposed to be otters but definitely mustelids.


 No.891

>>890

Beautiful, anon. Very nice.


 No.892

>>890

Where did you get the mug?


 No.894

>>890

>>892

Yeah, that mug is dope.


 No.895

>>892

I'm not sure but I bought at least one of my animal mugs on a castle fair.




File: f7044bfe2ec7913⋯.jpg (5.47 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, OtterseMerging333.jpg)

 No.877[Reply]

Otters offer a window into a magical world completely unlike our own.

If you are lucky enough to have been blessed by an otter encounter, please share your mystical mustelid adventures here so others can get a glimmer of the gifts otters have bestowed upon us. How did your otter encounter change your life? What wisdom or new capacity for emotion did you gain from otter? How does otter make you feel?

All personal otter stories welcome here.

And remember:

You are otterly loved!

 No.878

My first wild otter encounter:

I was 6 years old, visiting a family friend in Cornwall. She lived right on a river bank, with big french windows that opened onto the dock. The other side of the river was dense, wild forest.

One morning, I woke up very early, before anyone else was awake. I crept downstairs quietly so I didn't wake anyone, and I lay down by the windows to watch the river as the day was dawning.

After some time enjoying the peaceful riverside dawn, I noticed a flash of brown bobbing in the water. At first I thought it was a log, but as I watched it moved closer and closer to me. As it approached my bank of the river I realised it was the head of an otter!

The otter bobbed its way through the water all the way to my side, and climbed out of onto the dock just a few feet from where I lay.

I was so excited to be this close to an otter that I almost called out to wake my Mum and our friends, but I didn't want to scare the otter away so I stayed perfectly still and silent. I watched in awe as the otter came towards me on its way along the dock. It walked right past me, just 6 inches from my face on the other side of the glass. I held my breath, hoping it wouldn't notice me and run away.

But the otter carried right on past me, down to where kids had been crabfishing from the dock the previous day. I guess they'd left some crabs in a bucket maybe, because otter seemed to find itself some tasty, crunchy snacks. After satisfying its appetite, or maybe exhausting the free food supply, otter came back along the dock, this time passing even closer, swishing its sleek fur against the glass. Then splash into the water, and the glossy brown head dipping away from me in the clear dawn light. Back towards those mysterious, wild woods, where I lost sight of it.

I've never forgotten the window into wonder that otter gave me. The spaciousness and clarity of the morning. The rhythm of life splashing onward in its beautiful, endless way. The harmony of all that is. The silent symphony of bliss that is our planet, at peace.


 No.884

Unfortunately I haven't seen otters in the wild yet, but I sure hope to one day. Usually I see Asian small clawed otters in zoos. I spend most of my time there when I visit zoos. If there was a zoo with only otters I would definitely visit it. The more otters the better.

I have seen weasels in the wild though. Those times were pretty marvelous too. I've seen them on the path between my home town and my work place. The first time I saw two weasels fighting with each other. They didn't seem to notice me until I came quite close and subsequently they ran off to the bushes. I stopped and watched them for a while. They were standing straight up and looked at me. The second time I saw a weasel, it was dark and the weasel crossed my path with a prey in its mouth.

This September I'm going to Hokkaido and I really hope to see wild sea otters near the shore. I'm also thinking of spending a weekend in Flevoland since I believe there are wild otters there.


 No.889

>>884

>The first time I saw two weasels fighting with each other.

A weasel battle! Epic!

My cat once had a stand off with a weasel over a mouse. It was quite the drawn-out strategy game. Can't quite remember who won, but the mouse DEFINITELY lost. Very fun to watch 2 predators trying their wits against each other.




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 No.63[Reply]

Who else is looking forward to Kawauso Labo?

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 No.414

File: 3f641861db00df0⋯.png (171.35 KB, 332x398, 166:199, Daxter decides to stop the….png)

>>331

>Daxtrer for the PSP

I wonder how and when are they going to re-release it. I personally have no desire to play anything but the original, but new players need to experience the greatness.


 No.419

>>290

Time to learn Japanese

>>329

Nice


 No.655

Reminder that Japan wiped out all their native otters, and they allow people to keep illegally trafficked otters as pets.

Japan is hostile to otters.

https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2012/08/29/national/japanese-river-otter-declared-extinct/


 No.682

File: 4aa39d535eb31c1⋯.jpg (55.88 KB, 870x643, 870:643, n-riverotter-b-20171014-87….jpg)

>>655

Otters have been spotted in Japan in recent years but only the sightings on one small island have been confirmed.


 No.883

Now that Sarazanmai has finished and Kawauso Labo may also end soon, I was wondering if there are any other otter anime coming up. At least we still have Gegege no Kitaro but Kawauso doesn't appear as often in it as in the 2007 version. Oh and there is still Bonobono but strangely it hasn't been subtitled for a while.




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 No.473[Reply]

Despite otters being the best, this board is not even in the top 100.

That is unacceptable. We need more posters to come here and discuss otters.

How can we do it?

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 No.757

>>753

Might take a while but we'll get there


 No.760

File: ef0968d7948f3be⋯.jpg (48.85 KB, 651x400, 651:400, manatee.jpg)

>>753

>>754

Behold!, The otter cow.


 No.866

File: 897ea3157a30856⋯.jpg (31.95 KB, 500x333, 500:333, 2cf60e05ec2b9999bdfb3fee7e….jpg)

Why are we going down? Where did everyone go?


 No.867

>>866

Don't worry. We're just warming up the boosters, anon. /otter/ is about to exit the atmosphere. You'll see.


 No.872

>>867

>>867

> /otter/ is about to exit the atmosphere. You'll see.

🚀

Otter don't just got wings.

Otter don't just got boosters.

Otter got Free Energy!

>>867 is right.

Otter up!




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 No.54[Reply]

Sea otter or river otter ?

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 No.697

File: 245f5553bc8940c⋯.jpg (243.97 KB, 1280x853, 1280:853, 100.jpg)

>>664

FLOOF


 No.777

File: 2683d8ecf949ad3⋯.jpg (5.99 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, 20190706_211841.jpg)

Perfect river otter habitat.


 No.779

>>777

checked

where is this?


 No.837

>>779

Heaven


 No.863

File: bdda2001197c6bd⋯.jpg (5.61 MB, 5312x2988, 16:9, Rainin_in_Heavin.jpg)

>>777

Rainy.




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 No.269[Reply]

What do you think the future will hold for the otter? Short-term and long term?

Should Man go extinct, I believe they'll be able to replace us.

They can stand upright, have forward-facing eyes, and are able to use tools.

Some of them (smooth-coated, giant etc) live and hunt in groups where they're able to communicate and coordinate with each other.

Perhaps they'll go through the same kind of development that primates did when they became humans. Perhaps they'll develop better communication skills, maybe even a sort of language comparable to that of dolphins. Maybe they'll make more complicated tools, maybe even discover fire. I'd like to believe that could happen.

Of course, that's assuming we don't kill them all before that happens.

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 No.849

File: d2ba25b46f85d4c⋯.jpg (81.97 KB, 768x576, 4:3, ambulocetusWC-58b5bcea5f9b….jpg)

>>737

This ugly bastard doesn't look much like an otter.


 No.850

>>849

Whale ancestors were more like furry crocodiles.


 No.851

File: 410ae3f787f5e29⋯.jpeg (52.44 KB, 563x296, 563:296, Ambulocetus.jpeg)

Whale ancestor thread?


 No.852

Whale whale whale, what do we have here?


 No.853

>>849

Nope, there are few creatures that compare to the beauty of the otter.

But this beast was still pretty long, and it lived the otter lifestyle. So that's something




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