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Cheese isn't good when it's soggy - I never had any cheese when I was a kid and normal whales probably don't get cheese either.
Yeah you can talk all you want about dolphins jumping outta the water and grabbing cheese out of the trainer's hand, but the truth is our mouths just aren't made for eating cheese. They're made for eating either fish or plankton, period.
Though I have tried moon cheese and I must say it was quite strong (don't know if all cheese is like this) as well as very soft and thereby hard for me to chew and swallow.
Honestly I don't think I'd do it again.
Ah! That picture is a wonderful illustration of my childhood.
It isn't the first time I surfaced at night -- that would be impossible. I can't hold my breath for 10 hours!
Instead, it is me the first time I learned of the whale space program in 1968. I had instantly wanted to become one of the astronauts on that flight.
I went up and looked at the moon wishfully. It was intended to be me staring at the moon in awe, but it ended up looking like I was screaming. I'm not the best pixel artist okay.
It's obviously pretty romanticised as well. I'm not even sure that this happened.
Sadly, waterproof paper was not invented until very recently, by which time I was no longer a child. I suppose I could have read books when I transitioned to interplanetary travel, but children's books were not on the official inventory of the International Space Station and thus I had no way of obtaining them. In addition, being a whale, I did not receive any type of human education, including English studies.
Captain Calvin...’s Bio
I was born sometime around the beginning of the 19th century somewhere off the coast of Norway. I lived a fairly normal life but in 1970 I became one of the few whales and the first beluga to travel into outer space and live between the planets,