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Published on Apr 17, 2016
“I first heard about otters about two and a half years ago when Swaraj University gave me a chance to work on the conservation of these animals in Kaveri river. While working on the project, I realised that the conservation of otters is highly important for the health of a river because these creatures eat up all the sick fishes in the water body, restricting the spread of diseases to other fishes. After I worked in the Kaveri, I thought I should do the same in Vashishti, the river that flows near my house, where, too, the number of otters had been declining over the years,” Malhar shared.