This articles gives many examples of the wildlife in the Okefenokee, including black bears, water moccasins, alligators, and cranes. It also includes a description of each, what they eat, and other information.
Otters, one of the many animals that call the Okefenokee swamp their home, are graceful swimmers and can swim at extremely fast speeds. It grows to around four feet and normally weigh about twenty pounds. Otters normally eat fish, but will also feed on insects, frogs, eggs, and rodents. However, their predators are black bears, bobcats, and sometimes birds of prey.