Oriental small-clawed otter
Order : Carnivora
Family : Mustelidae
Subfamily : Lutrinae
Genus : Amblonyx
Facts about the genus Amblonyx, the Oriental small-clawed otter
The Oriental small clawed otter is a unique animal with unusual characteristics.
Oriental Small-Clawed Otter The Oriental Small-Clawed Otter is the smallest otter in the world.
The oriental small-clawed otter is reported to be kept tame and employed by fishermen in Malacca.
The Oriental small-clawed Otter is one of the smallest of the otters ranging only from 2-3 feet in length and its tail takes up about 1 foot of their length.
The Oriental small-clawed otter is whizzing betwixt and between his columnesque legs like a fly at the Acropolis.
The traits of the Oriental Small-Clawed Otter are: * Oriental otter medicine is gregarious and boisterous, with a serious side that most people with this medicine never let other people see.
The feet of the Oriental Small-clawed Otter are quite distinctive, being narrow and only partially webbed (to the first joint).