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What is oti?

What is Oti?

The oti (pronounced O-tis) is a fictional region in Indonesia.

Oti is also known as the Northern Territory or the Northern Region.

It is a region with a large number of indigenous people, mostly in the Kambu and Tengai regions, as well as some in the Northern Highlands and parts of the East Timor Islands.

Otsi is also home to a large amount of endangered species, including some endangered birds, bats, and mammals.

The region has also been under intense pressure due to deforestation, with some areas being cleared by farmers for the construction of the Jakarta airport.

In 2017, Indonesia’s Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Tengah tribe, who argued that their land was being encroached upon for development, and that the region is home to the largest number of protected species in the world.

It was the highest court decision on the issue, and the decision paved the way for the creation of the Otsia Oasis Reserve, which now protects around 25,000 protected species across Indonesia.

Indonesia’s Prime Minister and other politicians have also been heavily involved in the creation and management of the reserve.

In addition to the endangered species that the reserve protects, the Ota Ota region is also considered to be a place where a number of native species, particularly koalas, have been relocated from their traditional habitat.

The area is also a place that attracts a large group of tourists who come for the spectacular wildlife, as opposed to the many illegal wildlife activities that are currently taking place in the area.

Ota ota is also one of the world’s largest freshwater wetlands.

The Ota Islands are located off the coast of Java in the Java Sea.

It has a large population of red-legged sea turtles, which are protected under Indonesia’s Endangered Species Act.

It also hosts a number to species of fish and birds.

The name ota comes from the word “tahi” (meaning to grow, produce, or produce), which is also the name of a region in the South East Asian country of Indonesia, where many species of plant life live.

Otus are also known for their traditional use of cannabis.

The cultivation of cannabis is prohibited in the region, but Ota has been known to cultivate its own.

A number of medicinal cannabis varieties are grown in the Otis region.

In the Oti region, there are about 60 medical marijuana farms.

The plants are harvested, dried, and used in traditional medicines, such as Ayurveda and Chinese medicine.

In some cases, these products are also sold at local markets.

According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Ota is the most heavily impacted area in Indonesia, accounting for around 40 percent of the country’s cannabis cultivation.

OTi has also witnessed a number, and some are considered to, be a hotspot for the production and trafficking of illegal drugs.

Some of the most popular illegal drugs in the country include hashish, cannabis resin, cannabis, and opium.

Many of the cannabis growers and processors in the province of Ota are also members of the Islamic Jamaat-e-Islami, a terrorist group, which has waged a war on the government of Indonesia for decades.

In 2016, the United States government announced that it would not renew an export license for the OTi Ota.

According the US State Department, the export license was revoked in November 2016, citing the Otic Ota Region as one of several provinces that are “suspected to be at risk of terrorism or other violent extremist activity.”

In 2018, Ota was designated as one to seven countries in the United Arab Emirates for its “extremist activities.”

According to UNODC, the number of people killed by terrorism in the last five years in Ota includes five members of parliament, as they were killed during the attempted assassination of the governor of the province.

In 2018 and 2019, Oti was named as one country in the Middle East and North Africa for the highest number of international travelers.

The United States has also designated Ota as one in the Sahel, one of seven countries designated as a priority area for international terrorists.

Otis land borders with the Indonesian islands of Sulawesi and East Java, which borders the Central Java region of Java.

The majority of Otsis residents live in the district of Togoland, which is home only to Ota’s traditional people, who live on a smaller scale.

Oto, as the region’s name suggests, is located on the west coast of Indonesia.

The northern region is called Ota-Otia, which means “the land of the sun.”

Oto is a small island with some of the highest peaks in the Indo-Pacific.

It sits in the Pacific Ocean about 180 miles south of Sumatra.

The islands also feature a number unique flora and fauna, including giant sequoias, red ochre, and wild banana trees