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Last time I saw that behavior from an Otter , it was "playing" with a very large Turtle ,, they played nicely together,,, until the Otter ate the turtle ,,Otters are very calculating vicious hunters .
Steve if you wanted to impress the dear family you should have juggled your rocks. Now they just think your, well weird.
Well that is the cutest video I have seen ever!!
Adorable playmates! 💋❤💋
This is how otters lure their prey into an ambush. There are more otters hiding ready to pounce once the the bait otter grabs one of the fawns. The mother deer is on to the ploy and isn't going to let the hungry otter and his pals get close enough to grab one of her fawns. This otter isn't playing.
The otter is going to keep rolling over and expecting the deer to do the same. I guess he's going to be waiting a long time.
Deers are so unbelievably stupid holy fuck
Momma is trying to protect her babies, but otter just wants to play...so cute
Забавно!😃😃😃😍😍😍 Мама-лань не поняла этой игры...😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
That otter wanted to rape that baby deer.
I think deer are naturally skittish, I do not know about otters
lol. that is one looney tooney otter.
The video should be renamed to "Hungry otter tries to kill fawns while mama doe defends them". Nothing cute about this, people. This otter is clearly in hunting mode.
That mama deer is like " what kind of crazy thing is this ", lol.😂
if you stop humanizing animals you will see a pattern that is not as cute to many commenters. I think otter exposing his belly to show momma deer that he is not a threat, but he is constantly trying to get closer to fawns and retreats when larger deer approaches. Clearly, that otter is hunting and deer understands it, it does not attack, because it is not provoked yet. Animals tend to save energy and avoid confrontation if possible. Seeing wild animals only as playful and jolly fellas is what usually gets people in trouble, be it nature or zoo. Predators do play as a cat plays with a mouse.
Where did the otter come from? Where do they live?
ABSOLUTELY FANTASTIC !!!!! I don't think the otter wants a tummy rub at all, looks more like a sign of non-aggression. Same as dogs do. It's more a sign of "Hey, y'all want to play ?? I am NO danger to y'all. I'm just really lonely,, plus I'm lost. So, what the hell, LET'S PLAY"> !!!
I'm not sure the other wants to play. They are carnivores so he might be trying to trick them so they get close and he can attack. Thinking about it I wouldn't want to live where others can go in my yard.
where this happen?
Over and over the otter rolls on it's back, clearly pleading for the deer to play with it and showing it's not a threat. So cute and playful! Ahh, come on and play...