[FAQ] [Wiki] [Map] [News] [Donate] | Themes: [Kawa2] [Kawauso] [Rakko]
Posting mode: Reply
Leave these fields empty (spam trap):
Password (for post and file deletion)
  • * Required field
  • Supported file types are: JPG, PNG, GIF, WEBM, MP4, PDF, MP3.
  • Maximum file size allowed is 32768 KB.
  • Click here to support the site

File: 1635969517614.png -(10924 B, 345x581) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size.
10924 No.1954  

The earth used to be much richer in otters than it is today.
In this thread let's share some of our little knowledge about the otters that used to roam the land and sea in bygone eras.

>Researchers from the Universities of Tubingen and Zaragoza have discovered a previously unknown species of otter from 11.4 million year old strata at the Hammerschmiede fossil site. The new species was named Vishnuonyx neptuni, meaning Neptunes Vishnu otter. The Vishnu otter genus was previously known only from Asia and Africa. Vishnu otters (Vishnuonyx) are predators with a weight of 10-15 kilograms that were first discovered in sediments in the foothills of the Himalayas and lived 14 – 12.5 million years ago.
>> No.1956  

Forgot link