Aww, I missed my little cartoon friends, so I thought I'd throw them in the mix here. Sea otters are commonly seen off the California coast. Sarah and I saw many of them while in Monterey Bay recently. They have an instinct to wrap themselves in seaweed and float on their backs sleeping. They also do this while eating, where they'll put a shellfish on their chests and bang a rock against it until it's broken open revealing the tasty inside. Good times!