WATCH: Local otter enthusiast sheds light on the otter practice of poop dancing

Local cinematic storytellers Our Grandfather Story and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) have teamed up and the first product of their collaboration is a short documentary on the locals who’ve made otter-watching a full-time hobby.

It’s a great introduction to Singapore’s obsession in the population of smooth-coated otter families that have made the city their home since 2014. In the clip, OtterWatch’s Goh Mei Woon provides some lesser-known facts, including the hours when otters are most active, the dance they make when going number two, and how she and her fellow enthusiasts co-ordinate with each other.

That poop dance, though.

 

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