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Old Mar 2, 2007, 2:52 PM   #1
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a few shots taken the other day of Asian Small-clawed Otters @ local wildlife reserve.

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2nd shot.
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Hi Ian,

Nice Shots!! it looks like you found some otters that like to have their picture taken... :|

But I think you really need some SNOW down there to REALLY make that shot.... LOL!!!!!

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Great composition on each photo. The way each otter is positioned it almost looks like an exhibit at the Museum of Natural History. Really nice.

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Thanks Rudy.

Seldom see snow down here but if it comes and not too deep for bike riding I'll keep your suggestion in mind.LOL.

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Thanks Glenn.

Appreciate your comments.

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