Otters in Stroud
Europe • 2m 16s
Ecoflix Head of Conservation Ian Redmond discovers some friendly otters have moved in near his home in Stroud, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom. Unperturbed by the close human attention, they swim, fish and look after their young.
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