Otter back in Dutch Twente region


Dutch conservation organization Landschap Overijssel reports that a male otter has been recorded in the Regge river in the Twente region.

Otters had become extinct in Twente in 1952.

In 2002, otters were released into the Weerribben and Wieden nature reserves, to the north west of Twente. Probably this animal in the Regge came from there.

Loosdrechtse Plassen otter: here.

Doesburg otter: here.

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