Josie Trapnell

Josie Trapnell

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Toni Llobet | Nature illustrated » CA Handbook of the Mammals of the World

Toni Llobet | Nature illustrated » CA Handbook of the Mammals of the World

Otter doesn't want to share his stuffed otter - July 28, 2015 - Original photoset at today's Daily Otter post: http://dailyotter.org/2015/07/28/otter-doesnt-want-to-share-his-stuffed-otter/

Otter doesn't want to share his stuffed otter - July 28, 2015 - Original photoset at today's Daily Otter post: http://dailyotter.org/2015/07/28/otter-doesnt-want-to-share-his-stuffed-otter/

Little otter is fascinated with his reflection Source: https://twitter.com/otterbeginner/status/658872994350022656

Little otter is fascinated with his reflection Source: https://twitter.com/otterbeginner/status/658872994350022656

An A3 colour limited edition print of a watercolour and pen A4 artwork by myself. There will only ever be 50 prints of this piece made! The mount creates a 3cm, cream boarder around the work.

An A3 colour limited edition print of a watercolour and pen A4 artwork by myself. There will only ever be 50 prints of this piece made! The mount creates a 3cm, cream boarder around the work.

A river otter is any of 13 living species of semiaquatic (or in the case of the sea otter, aquatic) mammals that feed on fish and shellfish, and also other invertebrates, amphibians, birds and small mammals. An otter's den is called a holt or couch. A male otter is a meowter, a female is a queen, and a baby is a pup. The collective nouns for otters are bevy, family, lodge, or romp, (being descriptive of their often playful nature) or, when in water, raft.

A river otter is any of 13 living species of semiaquatic (or in the case of the sea otter, aquatic) mammals that feed on fish and shellfish, and also other invertebrates, amphibians, birds and small mammals. An otter's den is called a holt or couch. A male otter is a meowter, a female is a queen, and a baby is a pup. The collective nouns for otters are bevy, family, lodge, or romp, (being descriptive of their often playful nature) or, when in water, raft.

Otters are my favorite attraction at the zoo---I could sit and watch them for hours! :)

Otters are my favorite attraction at the zoo---I could sit and watch them for hours! :)