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Otters juggle rocks more when they're hungry, study says.

If you've ever seen them playing at the zoo, they're quite the entertainers -- often juggling rocks or pushing around pebbles.

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If you've ever seen them playing at the zoo, they're quite the entertainers -- often juggling rocks or pushing around pebbles.

Well it turns out, they might be doing it because they're hungry.

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