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Cape Point otters on the move

Posted by on April 16, 2012

A recent visit to Cape Point one morning  revealed a flurry of activity on both sides of the Park. The Buffels Bay otters left many signs, tracks and scat indicating they had been foraging early morning making the most of the low tide. Similarly, fresh tracks found on the beach indicated that at least 5 of the Olifantsbos otters had returned from an early morning foraging trip. I was lucky enough to arrive in time to see what appeared to be a lone male charging down the beach and swimming out to sea:

 

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