What Is a Group of Otters Called?

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A group of otters is referred to as a family of otters or a bevy, raft or romp of otters. Otters are adorable creatures that live on land and water and are commonly mistaken for beavers.
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A group of otters is called a family, romp or raft.
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A group of otters is known as a romp!
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romp. Source(s) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otter.
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A group of otters is called a romp.
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A group of Southern River Otters is called a bevy.
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