Keyboard cat, schmeyboard cat. These otters at the Smithsonian's National Zoo play a mean tune for zoo attendees.
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As part of a zoo enrichment program at the Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington D.C., otters are given a choice to either play music on a keyboard or sit back and enjoy the show. The program aims to engage the sight, hearing, and touch of the otters while giving attendees a pretty neat show.
From the looks of it, the otters are indeed enjoying themselves and rocking along with the music.
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