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Inverness otter at IOSF (1)

Inverness otter at IOSF (1) - click for high res image

Inverness otter settles into his new home
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Dylan, a European otter cub

Dylan, a European otter cub  - click for high res image

Dylan during his time at IOSF's Rehabilitation Centre.
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Mazu the Congo Clawless otter

Mazu the Congo Clawless otter - click for high res image

Mazu bottle feeding, aged about 6 weeks. Clawless toes clearly visible.
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Mazu the Congo Clawless otter

Mazu the Congo Clawless otter - click for high res image

Mazu at approximately 6 weeks of age and bottle feeding.
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Ceud

Ceud  - click for high res image

(Gaelic for 100 as this was the 100th otter)
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Dara

Dara - click for high res image

The world’s only hairy nosed otter in captivity.
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Dara and two monks at Phnom Tamau Zoo, Cambodia

Dara and two monks at Phnom Tamau Zoo, Cambodia - click for high res image

According to Cambodian tradition, Buddhist monks carry out a blessing when people move into a new home, so Dara and his enclosure were blessed.
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About International Otter Survival Fund

International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF)

The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) was inspired by observing otters in their true natural habitat. Because the otter lives on land and in water, and is at the peak of the food chain, it is an ambassador species to a first class environment. IOSF was set up to protect the 13 species of otter worldwide through a combination of compassion and science. It also supports third party projects that help otters.


For more information

International Otter Survival Fund

Grace Yoxon
Phone: + 44 1471 822487
Email: grace@otter.org
Site: www.otter.org

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