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Do people still eat otters?

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2009-11-30 22:36:38
2009-11-30 22:36:38

It is impossible to prove that absolutely NOBODY eats otters, but in a majority of areas otters aren't used as food. It's actually illegal to even disturb them in nature preserves.

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