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Barry the otter
Otter Bear concept art

Otter Bear concept art

Details
Type
Mammal
Size
Large
Diet
Omnivorous
Biomes
Most with water
Attitude
Social
Rarity
Common
Traits
Mount
Yes
Draft
No
Pet
Yes (before it grows into mount)

Information[ | ]

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"The adorable otter bear is a river mammal that is relatively docile unless provoked."

The Otterbear, taking after otters, can be found in most biomes given a river or body of water. The only biomes they wouldn't be seen in are the extremes such as the Tundra, Taiga, and deserts. They don't migrate, but they travel up and down rivers.

Like most bears they're omnivorous, but prefer meat if available. They'll wait for animals to go for a drink of water and then pounce when they least expect it. Then they'll proceed to eat while floating on their backs, avoiding nuisances such as scavenger animals. That said, if necessary, they'll travel on to land in order to find a food source.

They will most often either be alone or roaming in groups of 3-5. Generally docile towards humans, they have playful attitudes with one another and are tamable. If provoked, however, such as threatening their young or explicitly attacking them, they are relentless and are a considerable threat thanks to their agility in both water and on land (Google 3-clawed otters).[1]

Otterbears populate the rivers that wind through the steppe of the Lower Montane Forest and feed on fish and the occasional, inattentive land animal that stops by to drink from the cool, mountain rivers.[2]

Otterbear babies can be used as pets, and when properly trained can be used as mounts, or used to pull Otter Barges.

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References[ | ]

  1. Caspian, Signs of Growth, 12 October 2016
  2. Vye, Biodiversity is Key, 1 June 2017
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