March 9, 2012April 14, 2012 Cape clawless otters come calling Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I think this is the first time I’ve seen an otter photo with them on land and not in the water! Great photos!
I simply adore the otters. Years ago near the Aquarium, Monterey Bay, California, you could swim and the otters were not afraid. It was protected, but you could still swim there. I have wonderful memories of taking my children there and getting up close and personal with these adorable creatures!
Aren’t those close-up chance encounters quite extraordinary 🙂
Oh this is great! I love otters. I had 2 close-up encounters with them in Singapore. The first one, I had my camera and sat with a dog otter for ages. I’ll be blogging about that one in future. The second encounter was with 3 pups that were having so much fun. As with all the best moments, I had left my camera at home but have unforgettable memories! 🙂
Lucky encounter David! I’ll be watching out for your post. Singapore is pretty well developed – were they in a protected area or free roaming?
Singapore is well developed but maintains some good areas of mangrove on the main island and some of their smaller islands which are still very green. There is a surprising amount of wildlife there.
Good to read your heartening comments 🙂