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|name=Asian Small-Clawed Otter
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|aka=Small-Clawed Otter, Otter
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|aka=Small-Clawed Otter, Otter, Oriental Small-Clawed Otter
 
|name_jp=コツメカワウソ
 
|name_jp=コツメカワウソ
|name_rm=Kotsume kawauso
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|name_rm=Kotsume Kawauso
 
|firstfeatured=Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
 
|firstfeatured=Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
 
|name_sci=Aonyx cinereus
 
|name_sci=Aonyx cinereus
|distribution=Southeast Asian and Philippines
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|distribution=Southeast Asia
 
|diet=Piscivore
 
|diet=Piscivore
 
|lifespan=11-16 years
 
|lifespan=11-16 years
|wikilink=[[wikipedia:Oriental_small-clawed_otter|Oriental Small-Clawed Otter]]
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|wikilink=[[wikipedia:Asian_small-clawed_otter|Asian Small-Clawed Otter]]
 
|conservationstatus={{VU}}
 
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|introduction=Otter is a [[Friend]] that first appeared in the 2015 Nexon Mobile Game, she has appeared in all Kemono Friends media to date.
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|introduction=The '''Asian Small-Clawed Otter''' is a mammalian [[Friends|Friend]] species that debuted in the original [[Kemono Friends (2015 Mobile Game)|Kemono Friends mobile game]] and later appeared as a character in the [[Kemono Friends (2017 Anime)|Kemono Friends anime]]. She has since made an appearance in [[Kemono Friends Pavilion]].
|appearance=Otter has short light gray hair that turns white on each of the bangs, her ears are small and slightly pointed, and she has dark grey eyes. She wears a typical one piece swim suit that has a frilled waist, it is white on the chest and belly but gray all around, She wears long finger-less gloves that come up past her elbow. She has a tail like many other Friends do that resembles that of an otters' tail. Finally, she wears long thigh-high socks that do not have a front piece.
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|appearance=Otter has short light gray hair that lightens to white on the bangs. Her ears are small and slightly pointed, and she has dark grey eyes. She wears a typical one piece swim suit that has a frilled waist, white on the chest and belly but generally gray. She has long finger-less gloves that come up past her elbow. Her tail closely resembles the actual tail of an otter. Finally, she wears long thigh-high socks along her legs.
|attribute=Otter is a very fun-loving and curious Friend. She is always looking for new ways to have fun and likes to explore and do things that are interesting. She is an adept swimmer and also very dexterous, being able to toss a rock back and forth between each hand.
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|reallife=[[File:asiansmallclawedotter-002_0.jpg|400px|thumb|left|An Asian Small-Clawed Otter after taking a swim.]]
|reallife= [[File:asiansmallclawedotter-002_0.jpg|400px|thumb|left|An Oriental Small-Clawed Otter after taking a swim.]]
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Living in groups of up to 15 to 20 individuals, Asian Small-Clawed Otters are very vocal and have a vocabulary with at least 12 different vocalizations. These are used for summons, greetings, threats and alarms. In addition, there are multiple forms of delivery: visual, chemical or tactile. Otters use scent markings as well, emitting a musky smell to mark their territory.
Oriental Small-Clawed Otters live in groups of up to 15 to 20 individuals. They are very vocal and have a vocabulary of at least 12 different vocalizations. They use these for summons, greetings, threats and alarms. These communications can be visual, chemical or tactile. Otters use scent markings as well, they emit a musky smell and can mark their territory using this.  
 
  
Despite being social and living in large groups otters will hunt for themselves rather than as a group. In the wild, most otters eat mollusks and crustaceans but can also eat fish, insects, frogs and reptiles. Otters will use their fore-paws to search for food as they have incomplete webbing between the toes and sensitive pads that lets them feel for food underwater.
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Despite being social and living in large groups, otters hunt for themselves, not the entire group. In the wild, otters commonly eat mollusks and crustaceans but their diet also includes : fish, insects, frogs and reptiles. They use their fore-paws to search for food as they have incomplete webbing between the toes. Their sensitive pads let them detect food underwater.
 
|reference=https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/asian-small-clawed-otter
 
|reference=https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/asian-small-clawed-otter
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|attribute=Otter is a very fun-loving and curious Friend. She is always looking for new ways to have fun and likes to explore and do things that are interesting. She is an adept swimmer and also very dexterous, being able to toss a rock back and forth between each hand.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:54, 11 September 2022

Asian Small-Clawed Otter

Asian Small-Clawed OtterOriginal.png

Character Data
Also known as: Small-Clawed Otter, Otter, Oriental Small-Clawed Otter
Japanese Name: コツメカワウソ
Romanised Name: Kotsume Kawauso
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Asian Small-Clawed Otter's Merchandise
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Aonyx cinereus
Distribution: Southeast Asia
Diet: Piscivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: 11-16 years
Read More: Asian Small-Clawed Otter
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 VU.svg.png
Asian Small-Clawed Otter Anime Season 2 Festival​ (Costume)​ Pavilion​ (Gen 2)​ KF3​ (V2)​ Nexon Game Gallery

The Asian Small-Clawed Otter is a mammalian Friend species that debuted in the original Kemono Friends mobile game and later appeared as a character in the Kemono Friends anime. She has since made an appearance in Kemono Friends Pavilion.

Appearance

Otter has short light gray hair that lightens to white on the bangs. Her ears are small and slightly pointed, and she has dark grey eyes. She wears a typical one piece swim suit that has a frilled waist, white on the chest and belly but generally gray. She has long finger-less gloves that come up past her elbow. Her tail closely resembles the actual tail of an otter. Finally, she wears long thigh-high socks along her legs.

In Real Life

An Asian Small-Clawed Otter after taking a swim.

Living in groups of up to 15 to 20 individuals, Asian Small-Clawed Otters are very vocal and have a vocabulary with at least 12 different vocalizations. These are used for summons, greetings, threats and alarms. In addition, there are multiple forms of delivery: visual, chemical or tactile. Otters use scent markings as well, emitting a musky smell to mark their territory.

Despite being social and living in large groups, otters hunt for themselves, not the entire group. In the wild, otters commonly eat mollusks and crustaceans but their diet also includes : fish, insects, frogs and reptiles. They use their fore-paws to search for food as they have incomplete webbing between the toes. Their sensitive pads let them detect food underwater.

References

https://nationalzoo.si.edu/animals/asian-small-clawed-otter

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