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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