2 lonely otters have just gotten a new home after being introduced at a sanctuary, they can now live happily ever after. Harris, an Asian short-clawed otter who lost his mate has just found a new lover. All thanks to the otter dating service, Fishing for love, that enabled Harris to meet the love of his life.
Harris who lived at the Cornish Seal Sanctuary was relocated to his new home SEA LIFE Scarborough that is located on the coast of Yorkshire. Harris was lucky to find a new mate, Pumpkin. Pumpkin had also lost her previous lover.
Fortunately for Harris, Pumpkin was also a loner like him. This made these 2 lonely otters bond so easily. Experts have revealed that otter blind dates work well when the male otter gets hooked with the female on her own turf.
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These lonely otters had a successful honeymoon period where they got to know each other better. According to Aquarium staff, this pair has bonded perfectly well ever since they met. These are signs of a happy union.
After an extremely sad period for both Pumpkin and the Animal Care team here at Scarborough we are delighted to report that not only is Pumpkin happy once again, but Harris has settled in extremely well and has already become part of the SEA LIFE Scarborough family.Todd German, Program curator
Although Harris’s friends at his former sanctuary miss him, they are happy for him.
We are absolutely delighted that Pumpkin and Harris are getting on so well and he has settled in so quickly.Cornish Seal Sanctuary Curator