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What Did the Smartest Otter Do?


What Did the Smartest Otter Do?


It was a sweet surprise that a small-clawed otter at Shanghai Wild Animal Park "picked" a cell phone accidentally dropped in water by a visitor on Thursday.


The incident happened while people were listening to the science popularization of otters at the park at noon on Thursday.


You Tiao, the small-clawed otter, acted quickly when the mobile phone fell in water.


"He thought it was rubbish and immediately rushed to the item," said Ni Li, a park staffer.


The owner of the cell phone said the otter deserves a banner praising his act.


Four-year-old You Tiao is active, naughty and the smartest otter at the park, according to Ni.


Source: Shine



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