An Otter House In Japan Now Has A Roundabout – No More Underwater Traffic Jams
Japan is always up for building something crazy – like, for example, an otter roundabout – which is exactly what Keikyu Aburatsubo Marine Park in Miura City did!
It is smaller in scale than other grand Japanese projects (like life-sized sculptures of giant robots), but not in inventiveness.
The roundabout was installed in the pipe connecting the otter living area to a water tank where they go swimming and put on a natural show for zoo visitors.
Hopefully this new design will mean less otters get stuck in freaky underwater traffic incidents.
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