Yes. Otters do live in the tiber river. I have seen a few myself.
Otters live in water, in dens or nests. In winter, when an otter's den or nest freezes over, the otter will look for a new river to live in. P.S. Otters nest's live on top of water or along river banks.
River otters live in dens near river banks with an under water entrance and a breathing spot on top.
why do they live in rivers? because their river otters of course
There are both freshwater (river otters) and salt water otters.
River otters live in the shores of fresh water regions. River otters live on river shores. River otters hold there breath when going under water. They also use sticks and branches to build a dam in the water.
river otters live in lakes, ponds, rivers, creeks and most wet places. Thanks for asking now you got a answer have fun studying river otters my favorite animal
they live near rivers
Yes. River otters live in Arkansas. They live in the Little Rock area.
The river otters Niche is its living in a hole next to the river because it cannot live in water but can live near water for drinks and stuff.
no they live in north america rivers so if it is a river yes
Yes, they live in coastal Bogs.
Yes, of course!!
no yes no yes
They are the same species, they just live in different environments.
No, sea otters have thicker fur shorter legs an live in the ocean, while river otters have thinner fur and are faster and live in rivers. but the term otter covers both
Sea otters are native to the Pacific coastal waters of North America. There may be some sea otters in German zoos, but I don't know. However, European river otters do live in Germany.
Some of the animals that live in in the rainforest river are manatees, piranhas, giant river otters, capybara, and the Amazon pink river dolphins.
Otters in Missouri are found in most kinds of wetland habitats including streams and ponds.
Otters are mammals and bear live young (pups). For North American river otters, a mother may have up to six pups. For sea otters, there is usually only 1 pup, more rarely 2 pups.
River otters live in a burrow close to the water's edge in a river, lake, swamp, coastal shoreline, tidal flat, or estuary.
No. Sea otters only live in the ocean, and only in select locations along the west coast of North America and the east coast of Eurasia. River otters might live in Lake superior, though.