|Here he is!|
|Annnnnd then this came out and I watched it about 7e45 times|
|Background: Floating docking system|
Middleground: Obligatory embarrassing photo of coworker
|(Hint: It's closer to Lima Bean)|
As such, not every dolphin shares the same cognitive strengths as another. Chopper is a young guy, so he lacks finesse in some of his tasks but for the most part he is a fast learner who problem solves pretty quickly. His best pal Cosmo approaches problem-solving in a way appreciated by types of humans associated with activities such as: linebacker. So yes, Cosmo can figure these issues out, but he tends to just throw his weight around until he gets what he wants when it comes to toys and other inanimate objects (side note: with animate beings he is a giant teddy bear).
|Where you going? Haha just kidding, I don't care!|
|Someone smarter than me please make this meme with Chopper's face in it|
|Ohhhh oh oh oh!!! OHHHHH ME!!|
“Yes, positive,” the trainer said.
|Fun for water-loving mammals of all species!|
|I'LL NEVER TELL YOU WHERE MY NOODLE IS|
* Environmental Enrichment Devices, which I submit we should start calling all children toys because really, what is the difference between a baby dolphin/elephant/human (other than amount of poop produced per hour)?
**Yeah right, he can pull out a ten pound float wedged into place from under there but not a floaty, squishy noodle? Oh, the lies we tell ourselves.