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  • - [Man] What's up little otter? What's up little otter?

    - [男人]這是怎麼回事,小水獺?這是怎麼回事小水獺?

  • Little otter. Oh it wants to get back up here.

    小水獺。哦,它想回到這裡。

  • Holy s***!

    我的天啊!

  • (yelling)

    (大喊)

  • (otter squealing)

    (水獺的尖叫聲)

  • - [Narrator] Otters: so soft, cuddly, adorable,

    - 水獺是如此的柔軟、可愛、可親。

  • but underneath all that cuteness, there's a dark side

    但在可愛的外表下,也有黑暗的一面。

  • (dramatic music)

  • This is The Dark Side of Otters in 6 Minutes.

    這就是《6分鐘後的水獺黑暗面》。

  • Ready? Go.

    準備好了嗎?準備好了?

  • - My business sometimes the cuter the

    - 我的生意有時越做越可愛

  • animal is, the more dangerous it is.

    動物是,更危險的是它。

  • - [Narrator] And that seems to be the case for otters.

    - 水獺的情況似乎也是如此

  • Take it from Dave Lueck, who runs a humane

    從戴夫-盧克那裡得到的消息,他經營著一家人道的。

  • nuisance/wildlife trapping business in Florida.

    佛羅里達州的妨害/野生動物誘捕業務。

  • - [Dave] As cute as they are, they can be like,

    - 雖然他們很可愛,但他們可以像。

  • 3 feet of muscle. All they do is swim all day long

    3英尺的肌肉。他們整天都在游泳

  • for the most part, they have razor sharp claws, teeth.

    大多數情況下,他們有剃刀般鋒利的爪子,牙齒。

  • When you do see those things in the wild, you want to

    當你在野外看到這些東西的時候,你會想

  • keep it at a distance, so I always cringe when I see

    保持一定的距離,所以我每次看到

  • people trying to get really close to an otter

    人們試圖得到真正的接近水獺

  • that's in the water to get pictures. It's like,

    這是在水裡拍照。這就像。

  • yeah you kinda want to stay your distance. People, they

    是的,你有點想保持距離。人,他們

  • just, they look at them and just because they're so

    只是,他們看著他們,只是因為他們是如此的。

  • cute on those videos, and they really are cute,

    可愛的那些視頻,他們真的很可愛。

  • especially baby ones if you get them. They have this

    特別是嬰兒的,如果你得到他們。他們有這個

  • really high pitch squeal.

    真的高音調的尖叫聲。

  • (squeals)

    (尖叫聲)

  • You know I love otters, but you can't be like oh, I

    你知道我喜歡水獺,但你不能像哦,我... ...

  • love them! I'm not going to hurt it!

    愛他們!我不會傷害它的!

  • I mean, it's a wild animal, it's nature can be brutal

    我的意思是,它是一種野生動物,它的性質可以是殘酷的。

  • sometimes. It might even just be playing

    有時。它甚至可能只是玩

  • and it can take your finger off.

    它可以讓你的手指脫落。

  • - [Narrator] Otters may be much stronger, and faster

    - 水獺可能更強壯,速度也更快。

  • than they look.

    比他們看起來。

  • - [Dave] I often tell people the animal I'm

    - 我經常告訴人們我是什麼動物?

  • most scared of that I deal with is an otter.

    我最害怕的是水獺。

  • You'd be surprised how strong they are for their size.

    你會驚訝於他們的體型有多強壯。

  • Those things are just swimming and eating and chasing

    那些東西只是游泳、吃東西和追逐而已

  • fish, they're long and slender, very muscular.

    魚,它們又長又細,肌肉非常發達。

  • Otters, I mean, they can get up to almost 3 foot long,

    水獺,我的意思是,他們可以得到幾乎3英尺長。

  • here in Florida, 20 pounds, though

    在佛羅里達州,20磅,雖然

  • I've had one who was 25 pounds.

    我有一個誰是25磅。

  • - [Narrator] In other parts of the world, otters can

    - 在世界的其他地方,水獺也可以...

  • grow up to 99 pounds. Otters are also extremely

    長到99磅。水獺也是非常

  • intelligent.

    聰明的。

  • - They tend to forge together cooperatively, they

    - 他們傾向於合作性地共同鍛造,他們是

  • will actually swim down rivers in these V shapes and

    其實會在這些V字形的河流中游泳,而且

  • round up fish together.

    把魚圍在一起。

  • - [Dave] Otters can use sustained attacks, like I

    - 水獺可以使用持續的攻擊,就像我一樣。

  • said, they are smart, they can keep coming back, and

    說,他們是聰明的,他們可以不斷地回來,和。

  • come back, they can kind of, you know, think out the

    回來後,他們可以種,你知道的,想出來的

  • situation and what's the best way to go at you.

    情況,什麼是對你最好的方式。

  • - [Narrator] Otters, whether territorial

    - [旁白]水獺,不管是地域性的

  • or rabid, may also attack family pets.

    或狂犬病,也可能攻擊家庭寵物。

  • - [Dave] Otter probably had just moved into that area

    - [戴夫]奧特可能剛搬到那片區域。

  • so it probably sees that dog as a threat. Smaller

    所以它可能把那隻狗當成了威脅。小的

  • dogs are the ones that are going to get killed,

    狗是那些要被殺死的。

  • they possibly could be seen as prey. They will go after

    他們可能會被視為獵物。他們會去追

  • ducks and things like that. Bigger dog's going to have

    鴨子之類的東西。更大的狗會有

  • a better chance against an otter, especially if it's

    對付水獺的機會更大,特別是如果它是...。

  • on land, but it's usually right on the edge of the water.

    在陸地上,但它通常就在水的邊緣。

  • Most things aren't going to have a chance against

    大多數東西都不會有機會對抗

  • an otter in the water, including a person.

    水中的水獺,包括人。

  • - [Narrator] In states like Florida, humans have pushed

    - [旁白]在佛羅里達州這樣的州,人類已經推動了

  • deeper into the otter's natural habitat,

    深入水獺的自然棲息地。

  • and otters have pushed back.

    和水獺推倒了。

  • - [Dave] Past year, locally, a lady in

    - [戴夫]去年,在當地,一位女士在。

  • her kayak got attacked but why they did it, maybe she

    她的獨木舟被攻擊,但為什麼他們這樣做,也許她的。

  • was kayaking right by that den, and the mom

    是皮划艇就在那個窩邊,和媽媽的媽媽

  • was just protecting her babies there.

    只是在保護她的孩子

  • There have been, you know, reports of rabid otters

    一直以來,你知道,報告狂犬病的水獺。

  • attacking people. In Sarasota, there was an elderly

    攻擊人。在薩拉索塔,有一個老人

  • gentleman walking down the road, and a rabid otter

    君子動口不動手,小人動口不動手。

  • knocked him to the ground and was just going at him,

    把他打倒在地,正對著他。

  • and there was a 911 call of it. I remember they

    並有一個911電話吧。我記得他們

  • played it on the news.

    在新聞中播放了它。

  • It's horrific, finally they did get it off him, he

    太可怕了,他們終於把他弄走了,他...

  • was hitting it with shovels and stuff like that, and

    是打它用鐵鍬和類似的東西,和。

  • I think he ended up in the emergency room.

    我想他最後還是進了急診室。

  • - [Narrator] Those aren't even the most disturbing stories

    - [旁白]這還不是最令人不安的故事。

  • about these adorably dangerous creatures. Otters

    關於這些可愛的危險動物。水獺

  • sometimes engage in such astonishingly perverse acts

    喪盡天良

  • it almost sounds like it must be a joke.

    這聽起來就像一個笑話。

  • - My husband told me that otters rape baby seals.

    - 我丈夫告訴我,水獺會強姦小海豹。

  • (laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • He wanted to ruin otters for you! He had to look up

    他想為你毀掉水獺! He wanted to ruin otters for you!他不得不去查

  • that fact! It's true by the way.

    這個事實!對了,這是真的。

  • (laughter)

    (笑聲)

  • - [Narrator] Comedian Michelle Wolf is right. It's true.

    - [旁白]喜劇演員米歇爾-沃爾夫是正確的。這是真的。

  • We're ruining otters for you, and sadly it's based on actual

    我們在為你毀掉水獺,很不幸的是,這是基於實際的。

  • research. According to a study published in the Scientific

    的研究。根據發表在《科學》雜誌上的一項研究。

  • Journal Aquatic Mammals, instances of male otters engaged

    水生哺乳動物雜誌》,雄性水獺參與的實例。

  • in forced copulation with juvenile Pacific Harbor seals,

    與幼年太平洋港灣海豹強迫交配。

  • were reported at least 19 times in Monterey Bay, California

    在加州蒙特利灣至少有19次報告。

  • between 2000 and 2002. The accounts are

    2000年至2002年期間。賬目是

  • graphic, and unfortunately not an uncommon occurrence.

    圖文並茂,可惜並不是什麼稀罕事。

  • Before intercourse in one case, the otter gripped the seal's

    有一次,在性交前,水獺抓住了海豹的

  • head with its forepaws and bit it on the nose. The otter

    用它的前爪咬住了它的頭和鼻子。水獺

  • held the seal pups head underwater, the seal pup did

    握住海豹幼崽的頭在水下,海豹幼崽做了。

  • not survive the encounter.

    沒能在這次交鋒中倖存下來。

  • - [Dave] Nature's very brutal, raping of the other

    - 大自然是非常殘酷的,強姦其他的人。

  • species by otter, there's probably a reason why they're

    種由水獺,可能是有原因的,他們是

  • doing that.

    這樣做。

  • - [Narrator] The studies' authors theorize that this

    - [旁白]這些研究的作者認為,這

  • behavior was the result of the dominance hierarchy

    的行為是優勢等級制度的結果。

  • of otters, and an increase in the number of males

    水獺的數量,以及雄性水獺數量的增加。

  • relative to females, which can lead to scarcity

    相對於女性,這可能導致稀缺性;

  • for mating.

    用於交配。

  • - [Dave] Everything in wildlife is just eat or be eaten,

    - 野生動物的一切都只是吃或被吃。

  • you know, every second of the day is

    你知道,每天的每一秒鐘都是

  • 'what can I do to survive' or not get eaten.

    '我怎麼做才能活下來'或者不被吃掉。

  • So otters are just doing what otter does, they don't,

    所以,水獺只是在做水獺的工作,他們沒有。

  • you know, have to go to otter court or anything like that

    你知道,必須去水獺法庭或類似的東西。

  • and explain their actions. Anything goes in wildlife,

    並解釋他們的行動。在野生動物中什麼都可以。

  • and there's usually a reason

    而且通常是有原因的

  • behind everything they're doing.

    他們所做的一切背後。

  • - [Narrator] How can otters be so cute and so dangerous

    - 水獺怎麼會如此可愛又如此危險?

  • at the same time? Well the real answer is that's

    在同一時間?嗯,真正的答案是,那是

  • just nature. If we're shocked to learn about the dark

    只是自然。如果我們震驚地瞭解到黑暗中的

  • side of otters, or other wild animals, it's likely

    水獺或其他野生動物的身邊,它很可能是

  • because we were imposing our own human morality onto nature.

    因為我們把自己的人類道德強加給了大自然。

  • - [Dave] A lot of people with otters, they try to

    - 很多養水獺的人,他們試圖

  • anthropomorphize them, it's just projecting human traits

    擬人化

  • on them, but people just, you know,

    在他們身上,但人們只是,你知道。

  • don't realize they are wild animals. It's not that

    不知道他們是野生動物。這不是說

  • that's just some evil otter that's going out.

    這只是一些邪惡的水獺 這是要出去。

  • - [Narrator] And that includes projecting how adorable

    - [旁白]這也包括瞭如何可愛的投射。

  • they are. But don't worry, you can still love otters,

    他們是。但別擔心,你還是可以愛上水獺的。

  • but if you see an otter and want to share a video

    但如果你看到一隻水獺,並希望分享一個視頻

  • of it's cute little face, remember you might

    它可愛的小臉,記得你可能會

  • not want to get too close.

    不想靠得太近。

  • (yelling)

    (大喊)

  • (ending music)

    (片尾曲)

- [Man] What's up little otter? What's up little otter?

- [男人]這是怎麼回事,小水獺?這是怎麼回事小水獺?

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水獺的黑暗面 (The Dark Side Of Otters)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2020 年 10 月 24 日
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