Otters

Otters (Lutra lutra) are inquisitive, playful and intelligent, often appearing to take childlike enjoyment in sliding around on muddy banks or in snow. They are semi-aquatic mammals and live in holts around water edges. They are fast, agile swimmers. Bubbles of air trapped in their fur give them a silvery appearance underwater.

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Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 6026

Otters (Lutra lutra) are inquisitive, playful and intelligent, often appearing to take childlike enjoyment in sliding around on muddy banks or in snow. They are semi-aquatic mammals and live in holts around water edges. They are fast, agile swimmers. Bubbles of air trapped in their fur give them a silvery appearance underwater.
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Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 6027

Otters (Lutra lutra) are inquisitive, playful and intelligent, often appearing to take childlike enjoyment in sliding around on muddy banks or in snow. They are semi-aquatic mammals and live in holts around water edges. They are fast, agile swimmers. Bubbles of air trapped in their fur give them a silvery appearance underwater.
© Allan Bell

Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 6028

Otters (Lutra lutra) are inquisitive, playful and intelligent, often appearing to take childlike enjoyment in sliding around on muddy banks or in snow. They are semi-aquatic mammals and live in holts around water edges. They are fast, agile swimmers. Bubbles of air trapped in their fur give them a silvery appearance underwater.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6 to 1.8 metres in length and 1 to 45 kilograms in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them w
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull #

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6 to 1.8 metres in length and 1 to 45 kilograms in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them w
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5225

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6 to 1.8 metres in length and 1 to 45 kilograms in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them w
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5351

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6 to 1.8 metres in length and 1 to 45 kilograms in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them w
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5352

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 mts in length and 1-45 kilograms in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5230

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 4291

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5880

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 5994

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isdle Of Mull # 6013

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

Dog Otter @ Isle Of Mull # 6024

Otters (Lutra lutra) have long, slim bodies and relatively short limbs, with webbed paws. Most have sharp claws on their feet, and all except the sea otter have long muscular tails. The twelve species range in adult size from 0.6-1.8 metres in length and 1-45 kgs in weight. The Oriental small-clawed otter is smallest otter species and the giant otter and sea otter are the largest. They have a very soft, insulated underfur which is protected by an outer layer of long guard hair. This traps a layer of air, and keeps them dry and warm under water. Many otters live in cold waters and have very high metabolic rates to help keep them warm.
© Allan Bell

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