The Rambunctious River Otter

Occasionally I see a river otter frolicking around the river bank. Their tracks in the snow are very curious because of the long, thick tail they drag behind them. It almost looks as if they like to slide along the snow rather than walk – although there’s little snow here on this last day of 2016. Enjoy!

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