Discussion in 'Star Trek: Voyager' started by Unimatrix Q, Oct 14, 2021.
Voyager had no need on it's mission.
Maybe Cetacean Ops was eliminated in the fourth or fifth year as a cost-cutting measure.
Oh, right, I forgot. Well, leola root glaze, then.
Left onboard, maybe. Maybe the Caretaker thought they were fish and didn't bother with them.
"Disaster" happened months before "Perfect Mate", where the Dolphins were mentioned
Again, I'd argue the Enterprise-D is too big to always have all the parts of the ship referenced. For all we know disaster just shook their tank a bit and the Cataceans kept swimming around, maybe in darkness.
Agreed. The space available on a Galaxy class is ridiculous and over the top. Referencing every single department would probably take half of a captain's morning reports.
Voyager was a small ship, so maybe they had a small Cetacean Ops area with members of a smaller cetacean species from another planet.
Only those that were warp-capable species. Otherwise their planet could be about to fall apart from extreme seismic activity and Picard and co. would just let it happen.
I know they're mammals. But did Neelix?
He's a chef. I would hope so.
To paraphrase Mr. Scott, concerning Voyager... "Admiral... there don't be whales here."
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