For the first time in 100 years, a river otter was observed in the Detroit River.

He said, "I observed something brown and fuzzy in the water."

"It's usually a muskrat or a mink when I see something like that, which are considerably more prevalent in this area."

Because it did not have a flattened tail like a beaver, the only other alternative is an otter "He elaborated. 

 River otters are semiaquatic mammals that can weigh up to 30 pounds and grow to be over 3 feet long.

Ste Marie and his companion "sprinted a few hundred yards" to the walkway where the otter was about to cross.

He took out his camera and recorded the otter's head bobbing out of the water.

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