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There Otter Be A Law – of Nature

By Bennett Owen

Trout Fishing in Yellowstone: Momma otter on the hunt in Trout Lake. Credit: gainesp2003

Now do yourself a favor and take four minutes and 35 seconds out of your busy weekend to have a look at an absolutely stunning compilation of images captured last winter in Yellowstone Park.  And then answer this question…while all other animals in the Park are foraging, scavenging, hunting, burrowing and otherwise fighting for survival amid an unforgiving winter…why is it that those damn Otters are having nothing but fun? Doesn’t seem fair but then again, nature and fairness have little in common.  Enjoy the excursion –

You may also want to browse through a previous post – We Bearly Knew Ya – 10 Surprising Things About Yellowstone

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