Otters (via EOL) Otters come from a scientific family called Mustelidae that includes badgers, weasels, and other relatives. Mustelids inhabit all continents except Australia and Antarctica, and do not occur on Madagascar or oceanic islands. Members of this group can be found in diverse habitats, which include both terrestrial, aquatic and marine environments. Learn more - http://eol.org/pages/7670/overview

Otters (via EOL) Otters come from a scientific family called Mustelidae that includes badgers, weasels, and other relatives. Mustelids inhabit all continents except Australia and Antarctica, and do not occur on Madagascar or oceanic islands. Members of this group can be found in diverse habitats, which include both terrestrial, aquatic and marine environments. Learn more - http://eol.org/pages/7670/overview

An otter showing you its baby...this is so cute I could die!

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