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OTTEROffice of the Tasmanian Economic Regulator (Australia)
OTTEROpto-Thermal Transient Emission Radiometry
OTTEROregon Transect Terrestrial Ecosystem Research
OTTEROlder Teachers Training Early Readers (Florida)
OTTEROperational Training, Test, and Evaluation of Radars
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All Asian otter species have long been listed as vulnerable or endangered after facing decades of shrinking habitats and illegal trade in their pelts.
Rapid urbanization depending on increasing population, pollution of waters by wastes occurring as a result of industrial activities, and restriction of areas around rivers have negatively influenced the distribution of otter populations recently.
TechCrunch invited all attendees to download the free Otter app to avail of this new content.
Otter Media will be a part of AT&Ts WarnerMedia unit and Tony Goncalves, who was appointed Otter CEO earlier this year, will continue to run the company, reporting to WarnerMedia CEO, John Stankey.
Communications holding company AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) announced on Tuesday the acquisition of The Chernin Group's controlling interest in Otter Media, the joint venture between the two companies.
The new-borns have been kept in the Otter exhibit under the supervision of the aquarium experts who not only take care of the new-borns but also educate and encourage conservation efforts amongst visitors to fight the extinction of natural species such as otters that are in the IUCN red list, marked as vulnerable to extinction.
The otters form part of the Otter Wey Trail, a project by Farnham Town Council and the Farnham Lions that invited community groups to decorate the one-metre-tall sculptures.
These efforts have helped the otter population start to recover.
Schaefer says their first otter, Maxwell, brought home a feral black cat.
RSPCA inspector Andy Broadbent said: "I collected the otter and took her to Stapeley Grange Wildlife Centre, Cheshire, for an urgent check-up.
Backed by extensive research and three years of field outings, the book recounts how the nineteenth-century otter pelt trade decimated populations from the Aleutian Islands down to California.
Dr Jack Tseng, from the University of Buffalo, USA, who led a study of the prehistoric otter's fossilised skull, said: "We don't know for sure, but we think that this otter was more of a top predator than living species of otters are.
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