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OtterCam

We are otterly ecstatic to welcome Huck, Pippi and Jane into the Mote family!

The exhibit features North American river otters and provides an otter’s-eye view of their watershed homes. Watersheds — lands that drain water toward rivers, estuaries and the sea — are important to people and myriad wildlife, including river otters, their prey and many animals from land to the coastal oceans where Mote Marine Laboratory scientists carry out their research.

Visitors will see otters that were orphaned too young to survive alone and were raised by wildlife rehabilitators. Mote’s animal care specialists work with the otters and educate guests during narrated training sessions. Listen to a narrated training session at 1:30 p.m. daily.

Share your excitement with us by using #MoteOtters on social media.

“Otters & Their Waters” is open during normal hours, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. seven days a week, at Mote Aquarium, 1600 Ken Thompson Parkway in Sarasota, Fla. The exhibit will be located at Mote’s Ann and Alfred Goldstein Marine Mammal Research and Rehabilitation Center. Purchase tickets to visit Huck, Jane and Pippi here.

This exhibit is made possible thanks to presenting sponsor Tourist Development Tax (TDT) and exhibit sponsors Alfred Goldstein & Jean Weidner Goldstein, Jane Graham Hyslop, James & Pati Ericson, Howard & Nancy Cobin, New Amsterdam Charitable Foundation, PNC Wealth Management, BMO Harris Bank, PGT Industries, Wohlers Family Foundation and Herald-Tribune Media Group.

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Meet the otters

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Meet Jane

Jane was rescued in spring 2015 and came to Mote from an animal rehab facility in Conway, S.C.Read More

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Meet Pippi

Pippi was rescued in spring 2015 and came from the same Conway, S.C.-based facility as Jane.Read More

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Meet Huck

Huck was found in September 2015 by a veterinarian in Melbourne, FlaRead More

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