Otter cub - notelet (A6)
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Otter litters are usually of one to three cubs and can be born at any time of year. Cubs leave the natal holt at about eight to ten weeks of age. The mother will have several holts throughout her home range in which to hide her cubs. Initially the cubs will spend much of their time hidden in a holt but, as they get older, they spend more and more time with her. Most are independent at about twelve months old. This cub is about four months old.
A6 notelet (approx 15cm x 11cm) printed on carbon captured paper (supporting the Woodland Trust) supplied with a ribbed kraft brown envelope in a compostable wrapper.