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That thick coat is needed because otters are the only marine mammal without a blubber layer for insulation. To improve their insulating qualities, otters spend five hours grooming their hair each day.




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Otters reach swim speeds of up to 7 miles per hour. This pace is three times faster than the average human swimmer. Otters can hold their breath for 3-4 minutes, closing their nostrils and ears to keep out water. Powerful tails propel them through the water. River otters have webbing between their toes to aid them as well.


Before getting otters for sale near me you should know that the otter does have a natural odor that you may want to consider when placing their caging. All otters are able to climb wire fencing, bushes and trees so a roof is recommended or a solid wall barrier.


Also there needs to be a solid flooring or wire dug down to about 3 feet below the walls to stop from the otter digging out. They need an area to be able to exercise, forage and digging. A clean water source to be able to swim in daily.


The water temperature needs to be about 75 degree Fahrenheit. Dry bedding or area with dry flooring needs to be available at all times. If the otter does not have an area to dry off and does stay wet for extended periods, it will lead to health issues.


Any kind of otter used to be rarely offered for sale. While there were occasional ads for otters popping up in the past, they again became nearly impossible to find, that is until recently. Now, as of 2020, baby otters are seen for sale throughout the year on exotic animal classifieds sites, Facebook groups and breeder websites, therefore it is important that prospective owners know what they could potentially be getting into. Be forewarned that due to their popularity, otters might be a popular animal for scammers to advertise for sale with no intention of sending you anything.


Otters are actually related to ferrets. They are in the family Mustelidae, which also includes stoats, weasels, badgers, and minks. The Asian small-clawed otter is a social species that is often seen in large groups. They are found in the Philippines, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, parts of China, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal, and India [2]. In the wild, they are mainly carnivorous and they consume crustaceans, mollusks, frogs, fish, and sometimes octopus [4].


Enclosure: This will likely be the biggest hurdle when it comes to owning otters. Otters are semi-aquatic and it would probably be detrimental to the animal to keep one without frequent access to a pool to swim in. This pool would need to be warm (around 80-85 degrees) and filtered or changed often. Their environment should also have complexity such as dens, digging sites, plants, and other components (for outdoor enclosures). Someone who keeps otters indoors should be aware that they scent mark and may become stressed if the enclosure is cleaned entirely [2]. Otters should have access to a nest box at all times [1].


One Otter or Two? These extremely social animals may have compromised welfare when kept solitary. It is recommended to keep them in pairs or groups in zoos [1], but perhaps an owner that spends ample time with their pet can make up for this. Unfortunately, not all otters will be compatible [1]. This, of course, will exacerbate the expense of owning them.


Enrichment: All animals should have forms of enrichment, but complex enrichment is even more essential for active animals like otters. In the wild, Asian small-clawed otters spend 40-60% of their time actively searching for food [1], making them a challenge to keep busy. Otters should have a portion of their diet incorporated into their enrichment program to keep them mentally stimulated and to accommodate their method of feeding, of which they prefer to consume food a little at a time, frequently. This includes scatter-feeding, toys and objects where treats can be inserted, and feeding puzzles. Foods that are not part of the main diet can be enrichment, such as whole vegetables and fruit [1]. Canine dental bones can also be used. Target and clicker training is enrichment that is also important for husbandry [3].


California sea otters are found exclusively along the coast of central California and can be seen at Otter Outlook. Lacking an insulating blubber layer, these otters are covered in dense, luxurious fur that keeps them warm. In fact, they have the densest fur of any mammal with up to 1,000,000 hairs per square inch.


Because they have an extremely fast metabolism, California sea otters eat about 20 to 25 percent of their body weight daily. For an otter weighing 100 pounds, this would be 25 pounds of food every day.


"River otters are important because they are an indicator of how healthy the aquatic environment is around Utah," DWR Non-game Mammals Coordinator Kim Hersey said. "They have a low tolerance for polluted water and require an abundant prey population. Knowing where they are located around the state is vital to helping us manage this species. Anglers and other river recreationists are on the water a lot and can help us understand the distribution of otters throughout the state by reporting any sightings."


"The data from these sightings will help us update the state river otter management plan," Hersey said. "Before we can plan for the future, we need a good idea of the current status of otters in the state. Based on these reported sightings, we will follow up with targeted surveys to gather additional information on otter populations. It will also help us identify areas without otters that may be candidates for future transplant populations."


The Otter Pond is the 7th farm building that is unlocked when you reach level 58.The Otter Pond has 3 otter houses in total. Buy the second and third houses to attract more otters. You can use better quality food to obtain more pearls, seaweeds, and scallops. You can purchase the other two by considering your demand on otter goods or regatta task complete rate.


Hunters and trappers must call in their harvest of bobcat, otter, swift fox, fisher, and marten within 24 hours. Bobcat, otter, fisher, marten, and swift fox are required to be inspected and pelt-tagged within 10 days of the calendar close of the season at an FWP office.


DEC seeks information on all accidentally taken bobcat, otter, fisher, marten and other species of unusual nature. If the animals are dead, a DEC wildlife biologist may want to collect the carcass. The location and carcass data are the most valuable information DEC can obtain regarding the status of these species.


Keeping a pet otter may seem tempting because they are adorably playful and curious. However, many states do not allow otters to be kept as pets. Very few states allow otters, but some may allow this animal with special permitting and licensing. Keep in mind that any otter species is a wild animal that will need specialized care, housing, and diet to stay happy and healthy. Of course, before deciding to purchase a pet otter, do your research to ensure you have the right applications, permits, and licenses in your particular state.


In all states where otters are legal to be kept as pets, the only species that can be owned is the Asian-clawed otter. Because Asian otters are not marine animals, they are not federally protected. Sea otters on the other hand are protected by the Marine Mammal Protection Act, which makes them federally illegal to own. It is important to get a pet otter from an individual or group that sells exotic animals because removing one from the wild can be dangerous.


A simple Wildlife Hobby Permit is usually all that is needed to keep exotic pets in Missouri which will allow the owner to keep one animal under the permit. River otters are specifically mentioned as animals that can be owned in the state with a permit. There are also specific guidelines for the cage size required to keep a river otter. Asian otters are not mentioned, implying they are legal without special permitting.


Florida uses a similar classification system to Missouri that categorizes exotic animals into Class I, which are the most dangerous, and Class III animals which don't harm the general public. Animals not specially mentioned in Class I and Class II automatically fall into Class III. Because otters are not specifically mentioned, they fall under Class III regulations which means they need a simple permit for care. Otter care is closely monitored to ensure proper enrichment is provided. Because of its climate, Florida is a popular state for owning exotic pets.


In Nebraska, only a Captive Wildlife Permit is needed to keep river otters. This permit costs $33 to purchase and to obtain it, a conservation officer will visit your house to ensure you have the proper enclosure and habitat for your pet otter to thrive. Because they are not mentioned directly as prohibited wildlife in the state, Asian otters are either legal with a permit or are not regulated.


The permit needed to keep an otter in North Dakota is called a Non-Traditional Livestock Permit. Otters are considered a category 2 animal, which means they are somewhere between domesticated animals and dangerous animals. Pet owners can get a permit once a local wildlife officer inspects their facility to ensure the right size, shape, and enclosure are in place.


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