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Volume 1 (2000). Contents: Skye 2000 (IOSF); Status of the Eurasian Otter in Europe - a review (Conroy & Chanin); Role of pollutants in the decline of the otter (Gutleb); Diseases of otters in Britain (Simpson).

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Volume 2 (2003). Contents: In document.

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Volume 3 (2017). Contents: Developing the Nepal Otter Network; 2016, The Year of the Otter; Report on raising awareness of otters with fishermen and fish farmers in Tanzania; African Otter Network; Report on the Asian otters and wetlands training workshop in China; First photographic evidence of smooth-coated otter and Eurasian otter in Iraq since 1950s; A review of China’s otter conservation from the national wetland inventory; Status of smooth-coated otters in the Khauraha River of Bardia National Park, Nepal; The otter as an umbrella species in China; An otter survey of the River Dee, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 2016; Illegal trade in otters in Asia.

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Volume 4 (2018). Contents: Asian Otter Conservation Network Report; African Otter Network Yearly Report, March 2018; Conservation of endangered otters and their habitats in Laos through education and reducing illegal trade: Workshop Report; Too cute! The rise of otter cafes in Japan; Are Eurasian otters “flooding back”? Some preliminary observations and conservation measures on otter in Montenegro; Otter sighting at Vil Uyana, Sigiriya, Sri Lanka; Current status and conservation threats to otters in Nepal: A review; Mortality causes and body dimensions of otters determined by means of post mortem analysis in Hungary; An otter survey of the upper reaches and headwaters of the River Dee, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 2017; A review of the distribution of records of albino otters.

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Volume 5 (2019). Contents: Asian Otter Conservation Network Report; African Otter Network (AON) and the Power Of One initiative; First photographic documentation of smooth-coated otter in Mahi River, Gujarat, India; Preliminary study on the occurrence, distribution and traditional knowledge of otters in the Lake Victoria Basin, Kenya; Towards a cooperation between the Eurasian otter and local people of Hima Anjar/Kfarzabad, Lebanon: A case study; Preliminary results of first-ever otter survey in Chornobyl Exclusion Zone, Northern Ukraine; A survey of the Eurasian otter on the River Don, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 2017-18; The Eurasian otter – A review of the current world status; The frequency and size of main prey items taken by the Eurasian otter on the Isle of Harris, Scotland; Recent records of the Eurasian otter in the Mercure-Lao River Valley, South Italy.

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Volume 6 (2020). Contents: Asian Otter Conservation Network Report. de Silva, PK; African Otter Report; Conservation of threatened otters and their habitats in Guyana: workshop report; New sighting of the near threatened Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) in Tunisia; A study of the diet and distribution of the Eurasian otter in the Water of Leith, Edinburgh, Scotland; Using artwork as a tool to raise public awareness for the conservation of Iraq’s smooth-coated otter (Lutrogale perspicillata maxwelli); Distribution modelling of the Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales; The potential role of social media in support of otter conservation in the Indian Himalayan Biodiversity Hotspot; First record of Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) from Chilika Lagoon – A Ramsar site situated on the East coast of India; Participatory monitoring committees: an opportunity for neotropical otter conservation in Mexico; Bridging the gap: preliminary otter (Lutra lutra) survey on the links between the rivers Dee, Don and Spey catchments, Scotland; A preliminary population estimate of the vulnerable smooth-coated otter Lutrogale perspicillata maxwelli (Hayman 1956) in the Hawizeh Marsh in Southeastern Iraq with confirmed occurrence in the Hoor Ol-Azim wetland in Southwestern Iran; Existence of smooth-coated otters (Lutrogale perspicillata) in the Ganges-Padma River basin area of Rajshahi, Bangladesh; Public perception of otters in South Korea; Obituary: Motokazu Ando.

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