Giant River Otter
The Giant River Otter, also called Pteronura Brasiliensis, usually referred to as the river wolf, is a species in the weasel family. It is both the world’s most significant otter and most prominent member of the mustelid family. With a smooth body and webbed feet, this otter is a great swimmer well accommodated to both terrestrial and freshwater ecosystems. They usually eat shrimp and small snakes. They are also predators and have an attitude to own territories. They are social and lives in the family group with many breeding periods. The giant river otter is endangered and thought of as lost. They also create sound when they prefer to expose their emotions. This Giant River Otter is a top predator in marine systems, and they kill breeds population sizes to aid the river ecosystem in balance.