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At the Otter Sanctuary

This one one of a series of snaps taken at the 10 Hectare "Otter and Owl Wildlife Park", New Forest - about 8km west of the Centre of Southampton. More info http://www.ottersandowls.co.uk.

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Album name:garf / 2008-03-01 New Forest Otter Sanctuary
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Photographer or Creator:Garfield Lucas
Location:Otter and Owl Wildlife Park, New Forest, UK
Date:2008-03-01
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redshute   [Mar 03, 2008 at 12:17 PM]
I do like this one
Chiara   [Mar 07, 2008 at 12:37 AM]
Awww!
garf   [Mar 09, 2008 at 10:14 PM]
When you tire of rats & hamsters, Chiara, you should consider a couple of these. They are very affectionate apparently.

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