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  • Orohena by Orohena

    #greensnowflake mongoose Can anyone confirm because when I look at the next video I can see they are white under the head ?

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    @Orohena I'm sorry but we are not supposed to use URL hacking (looking at previous/following videos). I'm not sure what it is but I wonder whether it could be an African clawless otter.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    Also, we only tag clear IDs. When you aren't sure what you see, better to type the species suggestion without using the # symbol. You can edit your post later and add the symbol, when someone confirms that.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    Anyway, thanks for your work! 😃

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    #need_ID

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  • AnLand by AnLand moderator

    It has been said here: https://talk.chimpandsee.org/#/boards/BCP0000006/discussions/DCP0001isd (1st posting) that ...

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    I've just checked where African clawless otter lives and I think it could be one 😃 I am not aware of seeing one on C&S.

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  • AnLand by AnLand moderator

    finding the other 3 clips can be helpful and is OK.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    #otter

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  • Orohena by Orohena

    @yshish Yes I should have use need_ID instead of mongoose, sorry !

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  • Orohena by Orohena

    @yshish & @AnLand, I read this discussion about URL hacking and understood that to help identifying it was OK but to don't tag those videos

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  • Orohena by Orohena

    Is that correct ? Or we shouldn't do it at all ?

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  • Boleyn by Boleyn moderator

    exactly @Orohena! like this it's perfectly ok!

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  • Orohena by Orohena

    @yshish African clawless otter are suppose to live in that area ? I definitly never saw it on C&S

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  • lauraklynn by lauraklynn moderator

    neat-o!

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    @Orohena yep, there are some subspecies of A.C.O, otter living in this area. I can't tell what exact sp. this is but definitely one of the clawless otters.

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  • yshish by yshish moderator

    We haven't seen any until now either 😉

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