Otter-ly Amazing The case for protecting the otter

Otters are unique mammals that spend most of their time in the water.

Sadly, the otter populations in North America are dying out. Thousands of these magnificent creatures lose their lives to human activities such as poaching, pollution, and habitat destruction.

In spite of the dwindling otter populations, there is still hope for these animals' future.

To prevent otters from going extinct in North America, people can put an end to poaching and illegal trapping along with reducing unnecessary habitat destruction.

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Evelyn Hylton
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Created with images by wwarby - "Otters" • minicooper93402 - "OMG otter" • Kiwi Flickr - "Otters" • Neilhooting - "Otter" • Rusty Clark - On the Air M-F 8am-noon - "Otters!" • jumpyjodes - "otters"

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