What does MacGyver bring to the ocean?

A multi-porpoise tool

Not sure how many people remember the show MacGyver with Richard Dean Anderson, but it was amazing what he could do with a paperclip and some duct tape. Come to think of it, he probably could have come up with some good puns himself.

Explanation for the kids (and bad puns)

The character MacGyver has become entrenched enough in popular folklore that even younger kids have some idea what it means: "someone who is resourceful with whatever can be found at hand". MacGyver did usually have atleast one tool on him though, his trusty pocket knife. While the model and brands sometimes differed, it was a "Swiss army knife" made by Victorinox or Wenger.

These knives usually have several attachments such as scissors and screw drivers in addition to blades. Because of these features, they are a type of "multi-purpose tool". Now just imagine tiny porpoises flipping out instead of blades.

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