The Asian Short-Clawed Otters at Chessington World of Adventures are undoubtedly one of the park’s most charming. These playful creatures can be with the Zoo at the Resort, located next to the Lodge Gate entrance.

The otters, which are the smallest otter species in the world, are native to Southeast Asia. They are a social species, often living in groups of up to 20 individuals in the wild. Making them excellent candidates for zoo exhibits.

The Asian Short-Clawed Otter exhibit at Chessington is designed to mimic the otters’ natural habitat. Complete with a pond and a waterfall. Visitors can watch as the otters frolic in the water, play with toys, and interact with each other.

Chessington World of Adventures takes pride in its conservation efforts, and the otters are no exception. The park participates in a breeding program for the species. Which helps to ensure the survival of these adorable creatures in the wild. Visitors to the exhibit can learn more about the program and how they can help with conservation efforts.

Overall, the Asian Short-Clawed Otter exhibit at Chessington World of Adventures is a must-see for animal lovers of all ages. With its charming and playful inhabitants and important conservation message.