Remember the difference between “another”, “other” and “others”:
We use “another” when we’re talking about a noun in singular:
We decided to get another dog because Sammy was lonely.
We use “other” when we’re talking about a plural noun:
We asked Juan and the other students about their opinions.
We use “others” when we’re talking about a plural, but we don’t use the noun:
This supermarket sells many types of fruit: banana, apples, and many others.