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  Meet Snowdrop, the baby otter
Say hello to Snowdrop, one of two baby otters being looked after at Dartmoor Wildlife park
1/8 Say hello to Snowdrop, one of two baby otters being looked after at Dartmoor Wildlife park
Snowdrop and her twin, Attitude, were rejected by their mother, something which happens quite often in captivity
2/8 Snowdrop and her twin, Attitude, were rejected by their mother, something which happens quite often in captivity
So they are being hand-fed by keepers at the wildlife park
3/8 So they are being hand-fed by keepers at the wildlife park
Snowdrop is just nine weeks old
4/8 Snowdrop is just nine weeks old
For the first five weeks, baby otters are blind
5/8 For the first five weeks, baby otters are blind
Keepers had to take care of the otters at home, because they needed feeding every two hours, day and night
6/8 Keepers had to take care of the otters at home, because they needed feeding every two hours, day and night
Snowdrop is an Asian clawless otter, not found naturally in the UK
7/8 Snowdrop is an Asian clawless otter, not found naturally in the UK
Once the otters can eat solid food, they'll be let out into the wildlife park
8/8 Once the otters can eat solid food, they'll be let out into the wildlife park

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