The ELEPHANT! Because it’s nose knows how to suck up all the goodies!!
/giphy elephant trunk
Aardvark: hard to beat that product placement, first on the list
Catfish, a known bottom feeder.
@sillyheathen Another pachyderm!
VULTURE – “We pick up the shit none of the others want to touch.”
The dreaded Bissellisk…
The handy ElectroDucks…
Giant Isopod, because it crawls around eating trash off the sea floor.
/image bathynomus giganteus
@awk The previous image was better.
/image giant isopod
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@awk @mike808 @yakkoTDI It doesn’t look anything like a cockroach. It looks like its relative, the roly poly.
Is Shark already taken? I think Shark might already be taken…
The overpriced DysonBison…
The cute little STD bear itself KOALA!
@yakkoTDI That is very cute! The claws look painful though
Remora or Limpet
Bandicoot. I name all of my companies Bandicoot.
Dolphin. Known to beat down sharks.
The Stingray, cuz if it’s good enough for the Corvette…
Or maybe the Hammerhead, cuz the Shark corporation wasn’t specific enough.
The Leech. it’s known for it sucking.
Sloth. I want it to silently lecture owners as it goes about its business.
Possum. They will eat anything
I would choose ORCA. Because orcas are awesome. No other reason.
OWLS! TOWELS! JOWLS! AWESOME!
@zinimusprime Especially since they flip great white sharks over to kill them.
Mollusc. “Our vacuums are slow and leave a trail of slime, but they are just so darned cute that you won’t be able to resist!” (Yeah, that’s why no one ever hired me to advertise their vacuums.)
/giphy Sucker Fish
@cattylaq Magikarp used splash. It wasn’t very effective.
Meerkat; it would be designed to detect new dirt and debris, pop up, scan, scoot, cleanup, return to base, scan, then duck back down. Like a variant cleanup robot on Wall-E
Elephant or Mastodon/Mammoth.