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Check out these otters jamming out on a keyboard at the Smithsonian National Zoo

If you can play a song or two on the keyboard you’re probably in better musical shape than the rest of us. But it’s a totally different thing if you’re an Asian small-clawed otter from the Smithsonian Zoo in Washington, D.C., and you can play the keyboard. We’ll use the term ‘playing’ very loosely here, but check out these otters go for it!

The keyboard playing is part of their ‘#ZooEnrichment’ which engages their sight, touch and hearing senses. There’s no real tune being played but it’s probably better than a lot of humans who’ve tried to learn keyboard.

Via Laughing Squid

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