Otter family of 5 succumbs to touristy pressure, visits Flower Dome at Gardens By The Bay

Singaporeans and their touristy habits.

Belmont Lay| November 16, 03:09 PM

After paying St Andrews Junior College a visit in October to determine their choice of tertiary education, a family of five otters have succumbed to touristy pressure -- having successfully integrated into Singapore society -- as they dropped by Gardens By The Bay.

This video was shot by Singapore's most outstanding otter chronicler, Fast Snail, on Nov. 14:

afternoon, Bishan-AMK otter family visited the flower dome!

Posted by Fast Snail on Saturday, November 14, 2015


However, not to be led by the nose by our cock-and-bull stories about otters and their anthropomorphised lives, otter crossings are relatively common, so much so Otter Crossing signs have been erected at the park.

fast-snail-otters-crossing Source: Fast Snail


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