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Asian Short-Clawed Otters

Aonyx cinerea

About the Asian Short-Clawed Otters

These otters have a brown upper body and a pale chest, face and throat. They they have finger like front toes and only partially webbed front feet.

Habitat and Distribution

Asian short-clawed otters are found in a variety of fresh and saltwater habitats in south and south-east Asia.

Family Information

Asian short-clawed otters live in loose social groups of up to twelve individuals. Asian short-clawed otters can have up to six babies in a litter, both parents care for the young.

Conservation Status: Vulnerable

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