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Southern river otter - Wikipedia


The southern river otter (Lontra provocax) is a species of otter that lives in Chile and Argentina. Although called a "river otter", it inhabits both marine and ...

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The southern river otter is believed to occupy the smallest geographical area of all otter species. Like other otters, it is built for swimming, with an elongated, ...

Lontra provocax (Huillin, Southern River Otter) - IUCN Red List


Range Description: The Southern River Otter occurs in Chile and Argentina in ... Southern River Otter subpopulations that inhabit marine environments are ...

ADW: Lontra provocax: INFORMATION


Southern river otters, Lontra provocax, are only found in central and southern Chile and parts of Argentina. This species has been exterminated from much of its ...

southern river otter - ConserveNature.org


Taxonomy/Description The southern otter's scientific name is Lontra provocax. The generic name, lontra, means "otter". The specific name, provocax, possibly ...

Southern River Otter: The Animal Files


Main Characteristics Southern River Otters have a body length between 65 and 70 cms (26 - 28 inches) and a tail length between 35 and 46 cms (14 - 18 ...

OTTERNET.COM Species Profiles- Southern River Otter


Species Profile: Southern River Otter Lutra provacoax. The southern river otter's distribution has been significantly reduced due to over-hunting and habitat ...

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Southern river otter | Lontra provocax facts - Animals


Explains everything about southern river otter, member of the Carnivora order and the Mustelidae family.

IUCN OSG - Lontra provocax - IUCN Otter Specialist Group


Feb 22, 2015 ... Lontra provocax (Thomas, 1908), the Southern River Otter (currently ... This species looks like the North American River Otter, but appears to be ...