The Living Shores Aquarium will also give fans the chance to win their very own Ottergram Valentine this February
A group of otters at a New Hampshire aquarium are showing off their creative sides.
"Harry, Teddy, Peanut, Jelly and Saco have been hard at work using their paws and otter-safe paint to craft 10 unique pieces of art and 25 Ottergrams," the establishment wrote online. "The crafting offers the pack of otters a unique enrichment activity to keep their minds busy throughout the day."
This year, fans can bid on the otter-crafted paintings through an online auction, which is open now through 11:59 p.m. local time on Feb. 19. All proceeds will go directly to the Tin Mountain Conservation Center, which is a nonprofit "providing education programs ... that foster greater awareness and understanding of the natural environment," according to its website.
The aquarium will also give fans the chance to win their very own Ottergram valentine. Winners for that contest will be selected on Feb. 20.
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The Valentine's Day-themed moment from the Living Shores Aquarium comes about after the establishment shared a sweet video of the otter residents celebrating Thanksgiving at the aquarium last year.
In a video, the otters could be seen sitting down to a festive meal curated by their caretakers, where classic Thanksgiving food items were replaced with fishier options that were safe for the animals to consume.
Instead of turkey, the animals dined on mahi-mahi with mussel gravy, and they also enjoyed a mix of trout blood and gelatin instead of cranberry sauce.
The dessert course was replaced with an otter kibble pie, finished with a sardine lattice, the aquarium added.
"We all decided to take the otters' natural diet and tried to put a spin on it to make it look like Thanksgiving food," Stacy Gendron, Living Shores' lead otter caretaker, told PEOPLE at the time, noting, "Everything they were served was either part of their normal diet or safe for them to eat."
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