Muddy banks and water hyacinth are probably camouflaging the Giant River Otters' "campsite" den. They burrow into the banks or under logs. The river was about 4-5 feet below the banks so tree roots offered a good camouflage of any "campsites". We did see them scramble up onto the shore where they rolled around in the sand or disappeared into their burrow.
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