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Posted by on July 20, 2012

As otters do not have an insulating layer of subcutaneous fat, they rely on their fur to regulate their temperature. They therefore spend a lot of time grooming, rinsing and cleaning their fur – quite endearing behaviour! Here are a few photos of otters caught on camera trap, rolling and playing beforeĀ disappearing into their holt.

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  1. Emma

    Wow how special! They are such sweet little animals!

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