Watermeat enjoy socializing with one another by playing complex video games.
How they use their short flippers to operate the controllers, is still not yet understood by scientists.
Watermeat are highly
intelligent creatures, a fact normally ignored by many. In groups, they are capable of even graduate level Molecular Quantum Mechanics.
During the month of October, a small fraction of watermeat take on a new colored pattern to their skin. At this time, you may see approximately 1 out of 1000 watermeat that look something like the picture captured below:
Why this change in skintone is sometimes (though infrequently) undergone is still a mystery to scientists. However, it is postulated that it must be directly correlated to genetic material, as a watermeat that undergoes a tonal skin change continues to do so each and every year, whereas one that does not one year, will not any year. Sometimes the skin change will not occur in young watermeat before they reach adulthood, but will start after puberty.
During the Holiday season, watermeats enjoy being festive and donning gay apparel. Of course you know the story of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Watermeat, right?