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River Otter Taxidermy Mount - SW3721


Taxidermy for Sale - Mounted Otter

Taxidermy Buying GuideFantastic, brand new mount of beautiful full body River Otter. This gorgeous creature is posed alert and walking on an intricate piece of weathered wood. All four paws are in contact with the wood. Claws are intact. Superior detailing throughout on this River Otter. The fur is soft, silky and prettily colored in shades of chocolate brown. This big otter measures 47" from nose to the tip of the tail. For the high-quality craftsmanship, this piece is rated at "Excellent" for taxidermy. Perfect trophy room piece for floor or table or a great piece for a wildlife center.

Scientific Name: Lontra canadensis
Cites #: MOR0042650
Size including base: 37" long x 26" wide x 20" tall.

Weight: 11 lbs.
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About the River Otter

River otters can be found throughout the US and Canada. Otters are natural swimmers and can be found in streams, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands and along marine coasts. North American river otters are equally at home in the water and on land. It makes its home in a burrow near the water's edge and are most active at night. The otter has a silky, luscious pelt, which is waterproof and allows the river otter to regulate its temperature. It has long been a staple of the fur trade. The color of its fur ranges from gray and white to brown and black. River otters are members of the weasel family. They hunt at night, primarily eat fish, but also eat turtles, crabs, crayfish, frogs, and insects. River otters can stay underwater for up to eight minutes and can close their ears and nostrils to keep water out. They have been known to dive to a depth of over 60 feet. These Otters swim by propelling themselves with their powerful tails and webbed feet. They remain active in winter, using ice holes to surface and breathe. They can hold their breath underwater for some eight minutes.

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