@typicallyross also suggested this tiny cuddle nugget. Look how small it is!
Did you know that otter moms are totally open to adopting orphaned baby otters? Zookeepers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium tried raising otters themselves, but found that the babies became so attached to the humans who brought them up that they were unable to go back into the wild. When they placed them in enclosures with mother otters, the adult females quickly adopted the little ones as their own.
@AndrewBloch replied with this happy-looking little guy.
Otters can live their whole lives without needing to leave the water. They also make a lot of different noises, which they use to communicate with each other.
@JustFansHP posted this angelic creature, adding the caption, "Praying the clowns leave the gov."
Did you know that otters are considered a keystone species in the ecosystems where they live? They’re super important because they eat sea urchins, which would gobble up kelp forests if they weren’t kept in check.
Otters holding hands!
In case you need a reminder: otters hold hands when they sleep to keep from floating apart. As cute as this picture is, someone was worried these cuties had sinister intentions…
@holland_tom replied, "I'm afraid they're plotting how to murder salmon."
Tom, no! Why would you ruin such a beautiful moment between two loving otters with such talk? Rowling had the perfect response.