Out of Africa Wildlife Park announced Sunday the winner of their contest to name a otter that was rescued from a canal in Phoenix.

On World Otter Day, May 31, Out of Africa Wildlife Park began the contest to name an otter rescued from a canal by Salt River Project crews back in April.

Arizona Game and Fish hydrated and fed the otter. The animal was then handed over to Out of Africa Wildlife Park.

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The park announced the winner Sunday on its Facebook page. The otter's name is Totter, a suggestion submitted by Brandon E., according to the park.