- Very good quality and extremely ottery
- Quite a lot of money for not much plastic
Published on: 06 February 2015
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product code: 136663
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Otters are related to martens. Compared to martens, these outstanding swimmers predominantly live in the water where they hunt for fish, crabs and frogs.
Otters are amphibian relatives to martens. Their body is stretched and covered with the thickest fur in all the animal kingdom. They spend most of their lives in the water where they also find their food.
They have their lodges on land. Whilst diving, during which they are able to shut both their nostrils and their ears, these carnivores hunt for fish. Otters are excellent swimmers and divers. They can stay underwater for up to eight minutes.
This toy inspires your child to explore and enjoy the world around them.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
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