Just rescued, these baby otters just can't get enough of their new meal. Watch them squeal with delight

The sound of baby animals squealing in delight may just be one of the most adorable things in the world. When those squealing noises come from a pair of snuggly baby otters, the cuteness factor goes to a completely different level. These sweet otters are obviously excited to see their caretaker and snag their next snack.
You can hear their high-pitched cries in the video below and watch their excited jaunts in the video below.
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What makes this story even more adorable is that the otters in this video were rescued from animal traffickers and cared for at an animal preserve, according to Frank Cuesta.
Cuesta has helped rescue animals from traffickers for the last 15 years and has assisted in the release of more than 6,000 animals during his tenure. When traffickers steal animals from the wild they often try to sell them on the black market, according to Most Exciting Planet.
Once the animals are big enough to survive on their own they will be released back into the wild.
If you think these sweet otters are as cute as we do, make sure to share this story with your friends on Facebook.
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