The wild word bank is a fearsome beast native to the Pacific Northwest.

Redditor gynoceros shared this absolutely amazing example of childhood innocence at its best. HIs five-year-old son Jonas mistook a seal for a walrus, and, more hilariously, mistook a walrus for a word bank. To be fair to Jonas, why shouldn't a walrus be called a word bank? It makes as much sense as "walrus," which sounds totally made up.

More importantly, it seems outrageous that we expect so much from five-year-olds these days. I'm sure I didn't know what an "arctic hare" was in kindergarten. And I'd never heard of a "poliar bear" until today!

Sources: redditor gynoceros