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Concerned citizens formed an activist group called 30 theresa l. goedeke the Missouri River Otter Protection Coalition (ROPC) and began to network and organize with other individuals and organizations interested in delaying or halting the trapping season. National organizations also got involved in the eﬀort to stop otter trapping, including the Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) and the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). In an eﬀort to challenge the reasonableness of the trapping season, otter protection activists ﬁled a state lawsuit against the DOC in 1996.
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That was her job. And I think otters do the same thing. They’re just like humans we like to catch a lot of ﬁsh, we catch a little more than we eat and put it in the deep freeze. I think that otter gets some enjoyment out of catching those ﬁsh and the bigger the better, I think. (interview) Activists in this group imbued otters with the characteristics and motivations of other animals understood by people or compared them to people themselves. They portrayed the otter as a competitor. Fish, particularly pond ﬁsh, were the property of people and so otters took ﬁsh that did not belong to them.