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River otters

The river otters are back.  This is the second time in about two weeks.
They have never come that often before.  There are four of them, and
they seem to be really chowing down on something - frogs or crayfish.
I can hear them crunching something as they hold their heads up.
I walked partway down to the pond - they just looked at me and 
chatted to each other about that strange creature.  I really can't
imagine where they live in this populous area.

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