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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Southern_river_otter

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, ...

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

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Descriptions and articles about the Southern River Otter, scientifically known as Lontra provocax in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Distributio...

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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 ...

www.otterspecialistgroup.org/Species/Lontra_provocax.html

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 ...

www.conservenature.org/learn_about_wildlife/otters/southern_river_otter.htm

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

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

www.otternet.com/species/srotter.htm

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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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 ...