Otters: River Masters of Yellowstone
51' | English version | HD
In remote regions of the Rocky Mountains of the U.S. the river otter still thrives. They live their rollicking life in the lakes and rivers where fish also prosper. We follow two families of otters – two mothers with their young. At first they fish and frolic as independent families. Eventually however, the families join together to face small challenges, such as beavers invading their habitat, as well as larger challenges in following migrating cutthroat trout to their spawning beds and in the winter time, avoiding coyotes who depend on the otters for some of their winter sustenance.
Produced by: Trailwood Landis
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