The Charity Film Awards (en)
  • Sally Phillips

International Otter Survival Fund

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The International Otter Survival Fund (IOSF) is dedicated to the conservation and protection of all 13 species of otter worldwide. By occupying the top of the food chain and living in a variety of habitats otters are the perfect indicator species for a healthy and clean environment for all co-existing species to survive in, including ourselves.

Across the world otters face a number of threats to their survival which is highlighted in the video. Aspects such as hunting, pollution, loss of habitat and human conflict are just a few things that are affecting otters across the globe.

IOSF is passionate about conserving otters and their wetland habitats works worldwide to achieve this. To date we have helped in over 60 countries across all continents where otters are native. We have cared for over 200 injured and orphaned otters in our rescue centre.

This video was created to raise awareness for otters, their threats and their conservation. Otters are too often overlooked in conservation efforts for the more famous fauna and IOSF is passionate about changing that.

The video is available in a variety of languages for use globally which will get our message out across the world.

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