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Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin. At Weymouth Sealife Centre they have 3 otters: a daddy otter, a mummy otter and a baby otter. However, the mummy and daddy otter weren't put together to breed. They were put together, when he was a youngster, so she could mother him, but they had other ideas.
The keeper told me they give contraceptive pills to the male seal, because he's already fathered 3. So, perhaps, once they realised the male otter was sexually mature, they intervened in some way. (2 bricks? ).
They are overrun by wild rabbits, incidentally.
Oh, it does read like that. (and I take such care with my punctuation and that).
No ....... I meant the male seal had fathered 3 seals. I think the otter would be a bit tight for him to sh@g ..... they're little otters.
I've ridden on the back of one in Sri Lanka and been showered with water from it's trunk, but I don't wish to be more adventurous than that. Have you tried that sort of thing, then? I like a man with experience.