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'''[[Harold Winston]]''': Journal entry 1963-4. Harold Winston. Status update on [[Wrecking Ball|specimen 8]]. By now, we're all used to our super intelligent gorillas on the colony, but the hamster (we named him Hammond) continues to be one of our biggest surprises. Even though he's grown from the genetic modification, we have more trouble keeping track of him than any of the other animals. Somehow, he managed to get out of his cage again; it took us days to find him. I can't help but wonder what it is he's looking for when he gets out there. He's shown impressive problem solving skills and adaptability to new situations... and he's overcome all the challenges that have been placed in front of him. I, for one, can't wait to see what trouble the little guy gets up to next.
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'''[[Harold Winston]]''': Journal entry 1963-4. Harold Winston. Status update on [[Wrecking Ball|specimen 8]]. By now, we're all used to our super intelligent gorillas on the [[Horizon Lunar Colony|colony]], but the hamster (we named him Hammond) continues to be one of our biggest surprises. Even though he's grown from the genetic modification, we have more trouble keeping track of him than any of the other animals. Somehow, he managed to get out of his cage again; it took us days to find him. I can't help but wonder what it is he's looking for when he gets out there. He's shown impressive problem solving skills and adaptability to new situations... and he's overcome all the challenges that have been placed in front of him. I, for one, can't wait to see what trouble the little guy gets up to next.
   
 
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Revision as of 22:59, 8 August 2018

Harold Winston: Journal entry 1963-4. Harold Winston. Status update on specimen 8. By now, we're all used to our super intelligent gorillas on the colony, but the hamster (we named him Hammond) continues to be one of our biggest surprises. Even though he's grown from the genetic modification, we have more trouble keeping track of him than any of the other animals. Somehow, he managed to get out of his cage again; it took us days to find him. I can't help but wonder what it is he's looking for when he gets out there. He's shown impressive problem solving skills and adaptability to new situations... and he's overcome all the challenges that have been placed in front of him. I, for one, can't wait to see what trouble the little guy gets up to next.