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What Are You, A Person?!: Otter Sits At Table To Eat

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This is a video of an otter eating his bowl of brown and crunchy while sitting at the dinner table like a person. It doesn't last long though before he's rolling around on top of the table like an animal. You're a heathen! "Says the guy who just picked up a piece of candy off the sidewalk." No I didn't. "Open your mouth." You can't make me.

Keep going for the video plus a BONUS much longer version (with a loris peeping around in the background!). I wish I had a pet otter. They like smashing shellfish open with rocks. Smashing things with rocks is a great time.

Thanks to Diane, who tried telling me otters are actually human's closest relatives. What?! But I thought it was my brother.

There are Comments.
  • Goose

    I love this

  • Bear OmNomNom

    ......Nutria-trition? :-D

  • Agent355

    I want to go to there with that otter.

  • disqus_k2QxOV9H7Z

    I wonder if that person is a zoo vet or people actually can own all those sorts of exotic animals...

  • zin

    That's some sleek, soft fur you got there Mr. Otter.
    So, is Japan officially host to the owners of the most unusual pets? How do they keep doing this?

  • It's like a FABREEZE before and after commercial lol

  • Bad Boy Bubby

    wtf, there's a kangaroo just hopping around in the backround...

  • AtomicMountain

    That apartment must reek.

  • MustacheHam

    It must smell like a zoo in there. (YSWIDT)

  • Nina Raon

    Start working online today>>>tinyurl.com/mlgsw2h

  • Dgeypscun

    Meanwhile the kangaroo hops by completely ignored.

  • Aalok

    That's actually a Loris.

  • Dgeypscun

    In the second video, right at the start. It hops right on by. I see the loris in the glass pen too.

  • Aalok

    OH WHAAAAAT!? I can't believe I missed that, wtf!?

  • Andyman7714

    Needs a TV and a remote.

  • zin

    & a bucket of popcorn

  • autumndawnzz

    Cuteness Overload - Just died a little.

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