Healthy Living for People and Planet Earth
by Will updated 2012/04/16
It was there, under the water, but seems to be invisible in the photo.
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It is amazing that river otters can survive in captivity for approximately twenty five years and only fifteen years in the wild. These fury creatures are hunted by foxes, wolves, raptors and mainly humans. Their fur is a very desirable commodity to the human race..
Natural camouflage, I suppose. Or you were just seeing things.
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Yeah I was seeing things. Actually I saw a beautiful River Otter sunning itself on the bank but by the time I got the camera up to shoot it slipped into the water. Need to work on my Wombat stealth I guess. I followed it down stream a ways and then took this photo. I could see it under the water but the camera could not I guess.
Nope these old eyes can’t find him.
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Can’t find the otter from your pic. Oh well, the otter wouldn’t survive this long if it gets caught on cam so easily.
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