One way or anotter!

No one really knows why otters juggle pebbles, but one thing is for sure: whether they are tossing pebbles from one paw to another or rolling them up and down their arms and across their chests, otters are without doubt expert pebble jugglers.

Scientists have been looking for an explanation for some time now and have come up with a number of theories, but nothing conclusive.

Could it be that the otters are just relaxing and having fun?

What do you think?

Author: Tony

Born and raised in Malaysia between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Educated at Wycliffe College in Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, England. Living in the foothills of Mount Etna since 1982 and teaching English at Catania University since 1987.

4 thoughts on “One way or anotter!”

  1. Nessuno sa davvero perché le lontre giochino con i ciottoli , ma una cosa è certa: sia che stiano lanciando sassolini da una zampa all’altra o che li facciano rotolare su e giù per le braccia e sul petto , le lontre sono senza dubbio esperti giocolieri di ciottoli.

    Gli scienziati sono alla ricerca di una spiegazione da tempo e hanno escogitato una serie di teorie, ma nessuna conclusiva.

    Potrebbe essere che le lontre si stiano solo rilassando e divertendo?

    No one really knows why otters play with pebbles, but one thing is sure: whether they’re tossing pebbles from paw to paw or rolling them up and down their arms and chests, otters are undoubtedly expert jugglers of pebbles.

    Scientists have been searching for an explanation for some time and have think up with a number of theories, but none conclusive.

    Could it be that the otters are just relaxing and having their fun?

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