The North American River Otter is the only river otter found north of Mexico. Its luscious pelt, which is waterproof and allows the river otter to regulate its temperature, was also a staple of the French fur trade in the 1700-1800s, has drawn hunters for hundreds of years. The color of its fur ranges from grey and white to brown and black.
River otters can be found in streams, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands and along marine coasts in all states and territories of the United States and Canada. River otters are being reintroduced in the Rocky Mountain region to counter the population decrease in the 1800s.
River otters live in all types of habitats. The only consistency with these habitats is accessible high quality water and an abundant food supply.
An absolutely beautiful mount and the taxidermy work is museum quality! A prize for any collector. This is a large female specimen.
All claws are intact and present.
Size: Length 36" x Width 9" x Height 12"
Weight: 3 pounds
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