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Punggol appears to be teeming with wildlife these days.
A few months ago, a Stomper spotted a monitor lizard with a turtle shell at Punggol Park.
Last month, a cyclist was knocked off his bike by a wild boar along a park connector near Punggol Promenade Nature Walk and suffered multiple fractures.
Fortunately, the latest animal encounter is less unpleasant.
Stomper Ho Yi spotted a trio of otters at Punggol Waterway on Sunday (Dec 4) at 2.20pm.
"They are having a big feast," said the Stomper.
The videos that the Stomper shared show the animals in the water tearing into a fish.
"Three otters sharing one big fish," said the Stomper. "Sharing is caring!"
Let's hope the fish is not from someone's koi pond.
The National Parks Board (NParks) lists the otters as critically endangered in Singapore on its website, and they are protected under the Wildlife (Protected Wildlife Species) Rules 2020, a schedule under the Wildlife Act.
Here is what to do when encountering the animal: