Their a rare/ uncommon spawn. They are mainly found down south in max of a pair of two. But their usually found alone. They are a passive non-agressive tame that wont flee. (They wear hats too). Have fun!
I once had an otter that I named harry otter , he was a great otter he got me all the silica and black pearls I needed, he once saved me from a megalodon , he kept me warm to, he was a great companion I took him almost everywhere,but one day I was farming pearls with him I threw him at a fish to get pearls from it but instead he disappeared I looked and looked for him only to not find him but uneven got a message that he was dead, he's still out there somewhere, I still look for him to this day. #prayforharryotter
Just push this cute lil creature in front of a giga and it'll have an existential crisis. Realising the path of destruction it left in its wake and deteriorate in front of the otters blue sparkly marble eyes
It is tamed in the same way as the Hesperornis, where you have to carry a dead fish to it. Larger fish, and those caught by Ichthyornis, apparently work better. Piranha are better than coelacanths for taming, and salmon are better than piranha.
I have tamed 6 of them so far, all found along the Redwoods beach and in the river. They are very small and look like small bearers underwater but are easy to spot on the beach. I've only ever encountered one at a time, and never in the same place. They are fairly easy to tame, just pike fish (I recommend using a high level pike- work smarter, not harder) and walk up to the otter with the fish. It will prompt you to feed the fish to the otter, he will make an animation, and the taming bar should show up at the bottom. Don't worry about losing taming effectiveness as you go around gathering more fish, I don't think I've noticed a problem yet. On an Official PVE server