Otters of the World
Otters are found on every continent except Oceania and Antarctica. They live in rivers, lakes, estuaries and the sea.
out the World
of Otters map for photos, videos, maps and lots more information on all 13 species.
Here is an introduction:
Asian short-clawed otter
Congo Clawless otter
North American river otter
Sea otters are famous for using their tummy as a table and cracking open shells for food. They also carry their cubs here too. Usually sea otters have one cub, so this mother with her twins is very rare!
Photo by Michael 'Mike' Baird bairdphotos.com
Giant otters go around in family groups and are very curious. Look at them here watching to see who is about.
Photo by Phil Perry www.portugalwildlife.com