“You can use a turtle’s pancreas to filter the salt out and drink it,” offered Wingfield.
“If you’re cast adrift in the middle of the ocean, the last thing on your mind would be to find a turtle to utilize for filtration,” I said.
“How would you even go about finding the pancreas?” That was Mel. “And I’d be more worried about sharks than trying to find a turtle.”
“I don’t know,” said Wingfield. “That’s what a science teacher in high school taught us.”
“If you do come across a sea turtle, you should just harness it and ride it to shore,” was my suggestion. “Better yet, hope for a dolphin. They’ll either save your life or try to rape you. It’s 50/50.”
“If a dolphin got me to safety, I’d probably let him have his way with me,” Wingfield said.