The Torchwood Drabble Files by badly_knitted

Summary: A collection of drabbles, mostly based on the weekly prompts at tw100. Mostly Jack/Ianto as that's what I write, but no doubt other Torchwood characters will pop in from time to time. All genres are possible, but expect mainly humour and fluff, because that's usually what comes out when I write. All are 100 words exactly in Word, but apparently not here!
Rating: Teen
Categories: Torchwood
Characters: Gwen Cooper, Ianto Jones, Jack Harkness, Lisa Hallett, Martha Jones, Myfanwy, Other Character(s), Owen Harper, PC Andy Davidson, Rhiannon Davies, Rhys Williams
Genres: Mixed
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Published: 2012.09.23
Updated: 2023.03.28

The Torchwood Drabble Files by badly_knitted
Chapter 428: Defining Daisy - Sequel to ‘Not Seeing Things’
Author's Notes: Drabble number 33 for Challenge 316 – Reverse Fandom – How I Met Your Mother at tw100. This one and the next one take a look at the scientific side of things. Prompt at the end.

Summary: Owen reports on his examination of Daisy.

Owen had taken charge of examining Daisy thoroughly. She’d been a very cooperative patient, unlike most of the team. Once everyone had gathered in the boardroom, he reported his findings.

“Scans confirm a young adult wallaby, female, with some minor Rift influenced genetic alterations, a mix of DNA fragments from seven different alien species, as well as dog, chimpanzee and approximately 0.4% human, resulting in slightly increased intelligence, opposable thumbs, and some empathic awareness from the alien bits. Basically, she’s a healthy, evolutionarily advanced wallaby, slightly smarter than a chimp, mentally and emotionally adapted to being precisely what she is.”

A/N: Title used is ‘Definitions’

TBC in ‘One Giant Leap’

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