noun, plural ot·ters, (especially collectively) ot·ter.
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Otter promises that it passes four times as many military drop tests as required.
The $10 tour lets guests ask animal experts questions about cute sea creatures, which include otters and coral-dwelling fish, and peek into areas of the aquarium that aren’t open to the public.U.S. zoos and aquariums virtually open their facilities for behind-the-scenes visits with animals|Erin Blakemore|January 2, 2021|Washington Post
Knowing more about what makes otters tick might help scientists prep them for a changing world in the best way possible.These otters learn how to snag snacks by watching their friends|Sara Kiley Watson|November 24, 2020|Popular Science
You start imagining otters heading up banks and schools and public-health commissions.
One explanation for this shift may be a female preference for novel songs, a focus for future study, Otter says.A sparrow song remix took over North America with astonishing speed|Jack J. Lee|July 2, 2020|Science News
He called Governor Otter a “salesman for the government,” a product no decent Idahoan would ever buy.
He had shot an otter on one of his journeys along the stream, but said he had seen hardly a trace of beavers.Gold-Seeking on the Dalton Trail|Arthur R. Thompson
Of marine mammals the most characteristic are the sea-lion, fur-seal, sea-otter and harbour-seal.
At that moment White Otter discovered something far away to the northward.
White Otter shot his arrow at the foremost rider, and the Pawnee fell to the plain.
They had gone a considerable distance when White Otter suddenly stopped and dismounted.