Vancouver park board sets trap to try catch predatory koi-hungry otter

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      The media converged on the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden today in response to Ottergate: The Sequel.

      For the second November in two years, a river otter found its way onto the property and into the pond to devour six costly koi.

      These fish come at a price tag ranging from $1,000 to $5,000 each.

      The marine mammal vanished before park board officials were able to respond.

      Today, they removed the remaining koi from the pond and laid a trap for the otter.

      A camera caught an image of the otter on the premises.

      You can see the image below.