The Dolphins (this week's word for Ever Inchie Monday) have an entire chapter  devoted to the in The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy! It turns out they are more intelligent than people and had known about the upcoming destruction of the earth in time to leave before it happened. They are famous for their parting words to the people of the earth which were misinterpreted as "a surprisingly sophisticated attempt to do a double-backwards-somersault through a hoop whilst whistling the 'Star Spangled Banner.' What they actually meant was that now famous phrase, and title of the fourth book of the Hitch-hikers trilogy, "So long and thank you for all the fish."
I didn't go very far afield this week in finding things to depict for my inchies. My first is simply a dolphin (wish I'd thought to put a hoop in the picture and have it singing):
You can tell that at some point in my love affair with quilling I also fell in love with googly eyes:
Last thoughts. Think about the Adams' dolphins who thought they were more intelligent than people. Mankind felt they were smarter because they had created "the wheel, New York, wars and so on." The dolphins had only "muck[ed] about in the water having a good time," which the dolphins felt made them the more intelligent species.
Let's all muck about in the water this week.