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Anand Mahindra shares adorable otter video with sweet ‘family’ message

In the video, two otters can be seen floating in the water holding hands

Industrialist Anand Mahindra regularly updates his 10 million followers with motivational quotes and inspirational videos. Social media users look forward to the important life lessons he shares through his adorable “Sunday” posts and “Monday motivation” tweets. This time too, the Chairman of Mahindra Group did not disappoint and shared a deep and rather sweet message about family.

Noting how “Sunday is the day for family togetherness”, Mr Mahindra shared an adorable video of otters holding hands while they sleep. The video, recorded at the Vancouver Aquarium, was first shared by popular Wonder of Science account (@wonderofscience) in October this year. The clip was captioned, “Sea otters hold hands when they sleep so they don’t wander off, a behavior known as rafting.”

In the cute video, two otters can be seen floating in the water holding hands as they sleep. Mr Mahindra explained the reason behind this and shared a sweet message signifying the importance of a family. He wrote: “Sunday is a day of family togetherness. And that’s what families are for: holding each other up, protecting each other. So this sentence ‘rafting’ is wonderful & the next time someone asks me what I was doing with the family on vacation, my answer will be: I was rafting…”

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Social media users loved the video and the adorable message behind it. One user wrote, ”Heartwarming. Yes, family love is unconditional love. Another wrote: ‘Extra quality time with family – dear ones.. that’s why weekends are exciting.. i love work that’s why weekdays are exciting. ‘ A third commented, ”Lucky Otters.. they can raft successfully holding hands because they don’t have cell phones to hold.. Taking a short break from our phones is the best daily rafting for humans..’

AccordingNorth American nature, sea otters hold hands to stop drifting and getting lost while sleeping in water. Otters also fear losing their mate to another male or losing their family members while they sleep or relax. They also hold hands to protect them from predators when they group together away from land.

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