Awesome Reunion of Six Week Baby Otter And Family At Trashy Beach After One Week!

When animals come into areas of human settlements, things can get quite confusing. For this poor little baby otter, trouble was what it faced at a marina in Singapore. ZooToby, as the six week old otter was named, got separated from his family at its natural Holt and fell into a canal at a Singaporean marina. Being so young, he struggled to stay afloat and was rescued by Mr. Patrick Ng who was a retiree who happened to be nearby.

The little one was placed back in its natural Holt but after supervision and careful monitoring, it was noticed by the Otterwatch group that the marina family had not returned after ten hours had passed. The six week old baby otter needed care and was transferred to the Wildlife Reserves Singapore where it could receive the care and attention it needed.

You can tell form the video that the cute little otter was ravenous and hungrily drank up all the milk that was fed to it. This young little otter was kept at the WRS for a few more days in which he was fed regularly, given a Vitamin B injection and was also dewormed. When he looked strong enough, the decision to reintroduce the pup back to its family.

Almost a week had passed and a reintroduction effort, led by Mr. Sivasothi N. Aka the Otterman from NUS, the Otter working Group and members of National Parks Board, WRS, OtterWatch and wildlife enthusiasts was created. Many attempts were made in finding locating strategic locations where the otter family would notice the baby otter.

With many watchers deployed all over the coast, an opportunity arose at a beach where the marina otter family were present. This beach is not one of the best I’ve seen with garbage and litter all over the sandy beach, but this was to be the place of reuniting the lost member with its family. Leaving the baby on the beach, its squeals soon drew the family to it, after which the quickly ran away, taking their little one with them. ZooToby was finally home.

I loved watching this movie simply because the baby was so cute, the rescue efforts so genuine and from the heart and the story so touching. Did you watch the movie? What did you think of it? Write in and let us know in the comments section below!

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