Look who is a proud mommy. Look at that, just look at that.
It appears the otter couple at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is now a family of five. The pictures and videos (here and here) were revealed by NParks Facebook page in a post on April 19, 2015.
The babies have been christened "SG50 triplets".
Bystanders who see the otters are advised to observe them from a distance, stay quiet and avoid flash photography.
You are also advised not to feed the otters as well, as they have plenty of fish from the river to feast on and it is a matter of keeping the ecosystem in balance.
Here is NParks Facebook post:
Otter Babies at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park]The otter couple at Bishan-Ang Mo Kio Park is now a family of five! The...Posted by NParks - Let's Make Singapore Our Garden
on Sunday, April 19, 2015
Otter makes Bishan Park its new home, causes everybody to say ‘Awww’
Bishan Park’s man-made river is now home to at least one wild otter. This time-lapse video shows how river was created.
Ridiculously cute footage of otter family scurrying away at Pasir Ris will put a silly smile on your face
Family of otters sunbathe in Pasir Ris, do the boogie-woogie
Dead otter found along Kranji dam handed over to Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum
Photos by Shirley Ng
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