There are otter gangs in Singapore who fight for territories. It is well followed by the locals and the press. Each gangs has names and reputations.

Bishan otters defeat Marina rivals again in Kallang Basin clash

SINGAPORE – The two most well-known otter families here have clashed again, more than a year after a fight that resulted in the death of at least one otter pup.

The Marina otter family clashed with its Bishan rival at the Kallang Basin on Wednesday (Oct 24), in an hour-long confrontation documented by otter watchers.

In a video uploaded on the Ottercity Facebook page, the two groups of otters are seen charging towards each other, baring their teeth and squeaking loudly.

But just as the two sides seemed set for a physical fight, the Marina otters retreated at the last minute. The Marina family was eventually split up and pursued by the Bishan family.

Subsequent footage showed the Bishan otters unsuccessfully pursuing two juve… Continue Reading (3 minute read)

6 thoughts on “There are otter gangs in Singapore who fight for territories. It is well followed by the locals and the press. Each gangs has names and reputations.”

  1. neuralien

    > The Bishan and Marina otters were shown baring their teeth and **squeaking loudly at each other** during their clash in the Kallang Basin on Oct 24, 2018.

    That sounds *adorable*!

  2. vrosej10

    I would so be a massive local fan of this

  3. FourthofMarch2015

    It’s a Brian Jacques novel come to life!

  4. DrLoxi

    I heard one bishan otter girl fell deeply in love with a Mariner, despite the fights of their families.

  5. RamenNoodles620

    So when is Netflix going to produce a show about this? If that is too much to ask, can we just get live feeds at least?

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