What is an otter’s favourite food to eat?
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Otters can travel over large areas. Some are known to use 20 kilometres or more of river habitat. Otters deposit faeces (known as spraints, with a characteristic sweet musky odour) in prominent places around their ranges.
These serve to mark an otter’s range, defending its territory but also helping neighbours keep in social contact with one another.
Otters are carnivorous with a diverse diet. While they mainly feast on fish and invertebrates, some species eat rodents and frogs as well.