VIDEO: Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary Releases Seven Healthy Otters Into Wild

By  //  July 21, 2015

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ABOVE VIDEO: From babies to “eating machines,” it’s been six months of hard work as the Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary released seven fat, healthy otters back into the wild on Tuesday morning. (Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary video)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — From babies to “eating machines,” it’s been six months of hard work as the Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary released seven fat, healthy otters back into the wild on Tuesday morning near Lake Washington.

“Seeing them enthusiastically experience their natural environment made all the resources and effort required to raise them worthwhile,” said the Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary Facebook page.

“Please help support our efforts to keep wildlife wild. Your donation makes our work possible.”

CLICK HERE to make a donation on PayPal. For more information or to volunteer, e-mail info@floridawildlifehospital.org

From babies to "eating machines," it's been six months of hard work as the Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary released seven fat, healthy otters back into the wild on Tuesday morning.

From babies to “eating machines,” it’s been six months of hard work as the Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary released seven fat, healthy otters back into the wild on Tuesday morning. (Florida Wildlife Hospital & Sanctuary image)


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