How The River Otter Survives Coyotes And Eagles | OTTERS RIVER MASTERS OF YELLOWSTONE | Wild Waters


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River otters thrive in the remote corners of the Rocky Mountains, facing few natural predators except for coyotes. They primarily inhabit lakes and rivers, with water being essential for their survival. River otter mothers carefully shepherd their pups, teaching them survival skills such as hunting and navigating their environment. Otters display playful behavior, engaging in activities like play fighting and chasing sticks, which also serve as opportunities for learning. Despite facing challenges from other predators like coyotes and eagles, otters display remarkable adaptability and intelligence in their quest for survival throughout the changing seasons.

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