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located in The beach, a part of The Haunting of a Fish, one of the many universes on RPG.

The beach

The sandy white beaches.

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Okari had repeated the process another time or so, before giving up. Having eatin before the experience, he was in no way shape or form hungry, and since those blasted humans were the only creatures who hunted out enjoyment, he didn't hunt on a full stomach. Instead, he rolled over onto his back, letting the current take him where it would. The white pieces of cotton in the sky accented against the blue backround was a nice view, and he enjoyed watching the occasional seabird fly over head. The beach nearby was not regularly visited by humans, so he was suprised when he had heard a voice. Cocking his head towards the direction of the sound, his eyes eventually set on a young otter on the beach. She seemed ever so slightly intrigued by something. Curious, he flipped back on his stomach to swim, and made his way back to the beach. Watching her from the shallows, he felt a strange chill come over him, even though the water and the surrounding air was quite warm. The chill caught him off guard for a moment, and he had forgotten what he was going to call out to the otter on the beach, so he was left staring blankly at her.