30 Jun '17, 6pm

Pet dogs in S’pore decline otter family’s challenge to dance-off showdown https://t.co/7BwkxwK0PP

A family of otters, which are really just amphibious dogs , have literally come out of the swamp and pulled one back for the wild animals. This was after the otter family of seven recently approached a pair of pet dogs in Singapore with fingers snapping and collars raised, looking like they were challenging the four-legged domesticated pooches to a dance-off: Advertisement As clearly seen in the video, the flat-faced pug, which is a product of breeders, and the brown mongrel, which could be a product of interbreeding, declined as they were restrained from busting any moves by their owner. Otters, which are products of evolution, clearly had the fitness and instinct, and the upper hand. On a more serious note, this June 25 video showing such cross-species interaction is becoming more common in Singapore. Some two weeks before this video, otters were seen chasing a pair of m...

Full article: http://mothership.sg/2017/07/pet-dogs-in-spore-decline-ot...

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