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What Are Young Otters Called?

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Young otters are known as whelp, kit or pup. Otters are 12 species of semi-aquatic mammals, with one aquatic, which feed on fish, shellfish as well as other birds, invertebrates and amphibians. A male Otter is called a dog, while a female one is called a bitch.
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A baby Southern River Otter is called a pup.
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