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Inverness otter at IOSF (5)
The International Otter Survival Fund team, on the Isle of Skye in the Scottish’s Highlands, is nursing back to health a young but very resilient male otter rescued with both back legs broken, and hop...
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Mazu meets local children
Otter conservationists, the International Otter Survival Fund, helps missionaries in the Democratic Republic of Congo to raise an orphaned Congo Clawless Otter, member of a species in severe decline.
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http://www.otter.org/otterlyMad.aspx.

Mazu the Congo Clawless otter
It's Otterly Mad week, starting Sunday May 30 and organised by the International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF). It's a week designed to create more awareness of otters and their conservation and ways of...
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From 30 May – 6 June, 2009

The UK is going ‘Otterly Mad’ from 30 May – June, 2009 in support of The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF), which launches an event to raise awareness of otters and their conservation.
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The International Otter Survival Fund Celebrates Anniversary

Rufus
On December 12, 1988, the first otter was brought to the wildlife hospital on the Isle of Skye. Twenty years later, this establishment is now the specialist rescue centre of The International Otter Su...
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Oshi
A biological research team has discovered an extremely rare hairy-nosed otter in Southwest Cambodia. The discovery is welcomed by the International Otter Survival Fund which works to protect endangere...
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Dara
Dara, the world’s only hairy nosed otter in captivity, now has a brand new home in Phnom Tamau Zoo, Cambodia, thanks to the International Otter Survival Fund.
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The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) today launches its anti-fur campaign, 'Furget-me-not' .
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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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