Have you ever used the WhatsApp otter emoji? Here we tell you its meaning and when you can use it
The appearance of emojis to the digital world has made it easier to express feelings in conversations on WhatsApp and other platforms. In general, they are divided into six categories among which we can find yellow faces, food, animals, weather, numbers and symbols.
Currently it is very common to replace words or phrases with an emoji that fully expresses what you want to say. WhatsApp has left its catalog of emojis open to the public, which expresses precisely its real meaning, whether it is happiness, sadness, sleep, anger, disappointment, among others, but there are others that its interpretation is subject to different cultural contexts depending on the environment of the person who applies them.
Today we will talk about an emoticon that is in the WhatsApp Animals category, it is nothing more and nothing less than the otter, it is shown as if it were floating on its back.
When to use the otter emoji?
These are aquatic mammals that love to swim, so these smileys can be used to describe someone who loves water. Because of the adorable way the otter keeps its hands together, you can try to use this emoticon when you are asking for something and you think that something cute will give you what you want.
The user can combine it with the swimming emoji to represent someone or yourself worshiping the water. It can also be combined with the Bow person bowing emoji when asking someone for a favor or an item.
The otter was approved as part of Unicode 12.0 in 2019 and was added to Emoji 12.0 in 2019.
It is worth mentioning that, despite having the same Unicode encoding, each platform can vary the design of each emoji to suit its operating system or interface. On many occasions this generates a great difference in the interpretation of the same symbol.