Asian small-clawed otter don’t possess long claws, but fingernails similar to the human being. Hence their name. The sense of touch is very strongly pronounced with these otters. This is mainly due to the fact that they usually have to search for food in murky waters. They feed on their food with their paws, often digging for food with their paws in the sand or mud. For consumption, the prey is then brought ashore and eaten there partly while sitting.
Asian small-clawed otter are very well adapted to their environment in the water. Eyes, ears and nostrils are at the same height, so they only need to keep their heads above water a little to control their environment.
They are very sociable and have a great play instinct. The animals are mainly active during the day and at dusk and live exclusively on the shores of water.
Unlike many other otter species, the Asian small-clawed otter is not endangered due to its fur. Rather problematic is the destruction of its natural habitat by humans, e.g. through deforestation or drainage of wetlands. As a result, stocks have been declining in recent years.
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