07 Jan '18, 12pm

This is why the otters will not become pests overrunning S’pore anytime soon: https://t.co/3YoLXfixIw

The last we heard from Singapore’s resident otters, a group of them were slightly lost after making a family trip to Changi Airport . While a good number of Singapore’s population find their antics adorable, some naysayers — especially, perhaps, those whose thousand-dollar koi were ravaged by them — insist that the otters will soon overrun the island and become pests. This also bearing in mind the recent incident that saw an otter biting a five-year-old French girl, and its fallout: Videos of people swarming around otters at Gardens by the Bay explain biting incident perfectly Advertisement So will the island someday be overpopulated by otters? A Facebook post by OtterWatch (a local community that keeps track of otter sightings) explains why that won’t be happening anytime soon: Here’s our favourite quote from OtterWatch’s post: “Some said that the otters will soon grow in...

Full article: https://mothership.sg/2018/01/otters-singapore-not-pests/

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