A Group of Asian Small-Clawed Otters Playing a Keyboard at the Smithsonian’s National ZooRollin BishopMay 27, 2014 A group of Asian small-clawed otters play with a keyboard at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo as part of an enrichment activity to keep them engaged and learning. Move over, Mozart! Asian small-clawed otter paws fly across the keyboard as part of their #ZooEnrichment. The otters are given the choice to play the keyboard or just sit back and enjoy the show—engaging their sight, touch, and hearing senses. via Kimber Streams Related Posts Join the Laughing Squid Email List Receive an email with each day's blog posts. Previous Post TED-Ed Animation Explaining the Science of Symmetry Next Post A Delightful Animated Music Video for ‘Monkey Rag’ by The Asylum Street Spankers Recent Posts An Instrumental Tribute to the Hall and Oates Song “I Can’t Go For That (No Can Do)’ A Hilarious Set of Air Guitar Strings Stanley Tucci Humorously Prepares His Father’s Recipe for Friday Night ‘Spaghetti Aglio e Olio’ Amusing Street Signs Marking Tiny Locations How Bicycles in The Netherlands Are Different From Those in Other Countries Musician Plays an Amusing Ode to Odd Instruments Managed WordPress at Laughing Squid Hosting Use promo code SQUIDBLOG for one free month of hosting.