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Otters nearly didn't get to live another day at Orchard Road crossing

Otters nearly didn't get to live another day at Orchard Road crossing

chitchatboy

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Seen on Mothership.sg is a family of otters trying to cross Orchard Road near Plaza Singapura over the weekend.

With more than 10 of them in the family, the leader of the pack tried a few times to cross the road despite the heavy traffic. 

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According to the article, the otters, which were squeaking, turned around twice as they realised it was not the right time to cross yet.

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We bet it must have been nerve-wrecking for everyone viewing this, especially the last part where a yellow CityCab taxi nearly couldn't stop in time for them.

Thankfully, all of them made it across eventually.

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