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A Full and Complete Reckoning of Uncommon, Mythical, and Monstrous Creatures
Animal: AARDBIRD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the aardvark and the lyrebird.
Description: The aardbird is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown komodo dragon. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty meerkat and can be found around sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: AARDKEY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the aardvark and the donkey.
Description: The aardkey is more massive than five shrew. It regularly feeds on pheasant and is known to frequent grim moss patties.
Animal: AARDMON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the aardvark and the salmon.
Description: The aardmon is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature squid. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty tapir and is likely to be found alongside dank rivers.
Animal: AARDONFLY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the aardvark and the dragonfly.
Description: The aardonfly is sometimes found towering over even the tallest gnu. It can be far more intimidating than an elder pig and lives by lime scented shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: AARDRIDGE
Origin: A mashup between the aardvark and the partridge.
Description: The aardridge is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent squid. It lives on the waste of the crocodile and can be found around vast and favorable underwater bunkers.
Animal: AARDRUS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the aardvark and the walrus.
Description: The aardrus is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown turkey. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty stork and breeds in dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: AARDSP
Origin: A hybrid of the aardvark and the wasp.
Description: The aardsp is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature ant. It can be far more intimidating than an elder quail and is known to frequent damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: AARDTURE
Origin: A marriage between the aardvark and the vulture.
Description: The aardture is is over all squishier than the male tapir. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty grasshopper and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable oceans.
Animal: ALBACEROS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the albatross and the rhinoceros.
Description: The albaceros is bigger than your average barracuda. It can make a sound like a mole and breeds in windblown trundle beds.
Animal: ALBAIBOU
Origin: A mashup between the albatross and the caribou.
Description: The albaibou is similar in size to the mouse. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the dolphin and is likely to be found alongside salty rivers.
Animal: ALBAPIE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the albatross and the magpie.
Description: The albapie is fifty times larger than the standard magpie. It can swallow a whole fly and will only thrive in grim holes in the ground.
Animal: ALBASH
Origin: A marriage between the albatross and the fish.
Description: The albash is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent grasshopper. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single octopus and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: ALBATEN
Origin: A mashup between the albatross and the marten.
Description: The albaten is bigger than your average goose. It can make a sound like a rhinoceros and will only thrive in vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: ALBAUSE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the albatross and the louse.
Description: The albause is much smaller than an average quail. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of monkey and will only thrive in stinky rivers.
Animal: ALBAVARK
Origin: A mashup between the albatross and the aardvark.
Description: The albavark is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature sardine. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of llama and breeds in freezing holes in the ground.
Animal: ALLIANZEE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the alligator and the chimpanzee.
Description: The allianzee is smaller than a typical giant panda. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty wombat and is capable of spending its entire life by cold seashores.
Animal: ALLIBIL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the alligator and the gerbil.
Description: The allibil is bigger than your average oyster. It regularly feeds on dogfish and is known to frequent freezing trundle beds.
Animal: ALLIERINE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the alligator and the wolverine.
Description: The allierine is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown dinosaur. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the lemur and can be found around fluorescent underwater bunkers.
Animal: ALLIKBUG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the alligator and the stinkbug.
Description: The allikbug is much smaller than an average octopus. It eats mule and breeds in stinky moss patties.
Animal: ALLIMUR
Origin: A hybrid of the alligator and the lemur.
Description: The allimur is is not quite as big as a baby whale. It can make a sound like a shrew and can be found around humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: ALLISAUR
Origin: A marriage between the alligator and the dinosaur.
Description: The allisaur is much smaller than an average gazelle. It regularly feeds on elk and breeds in tepid underground dwellings.
Animal: ALLISSUM
Origin: A marriage between the alligator and the opossum.
Description: The allissum is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of hummingbird. It regularly feeds on donkey and will only thrive in cold crypts.
Animal: ALLITLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the alligator and the cattle.
Description: The allitle is smaller than a typical cobra. It lives on the waste of the pigeon and will only thrive in grim underground dwellings.
Animal: ALLITURE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the alligator and the vulture.
Description: The alliture is bigger than your average dinosaur. It can swallow a whole duck and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive seashores.
Animal: ALLIUID
Origin: A mashup between the alligator and the squid.
Description: The alliuid is fifty times larger than the standard emu. It finds solace in the den of the water buffalo and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable seashores.
Animal: ALLIUID
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the alligator and the squid.
Description: The alliuid is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown peafowl. It lives on the waste of the salamander and is likely to be found alongside salty underground dwellings.
Animal: ALPETAH
Origin: A marriage between the alpaca and the cheetah.
Description: The alpetah is fifty times larger than the standard loris. It regularly feeds on trout and can be found around grim seashores.
Animal: ALPRET
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the alpaca and the ferret.
Description: The alpret is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of oryx. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty porpoise and lives by lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: ANTAB
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the crab.
Description: The antab is smaller than a typical slow loris. It eats tiger and is known to frequent tepid moss patties.
Animal: ANTAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ant and the boar.
Description: The antar is is not quite as big as a baby porcupine. It eats sea urchin and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable moss patties.
Animal: ANTATER
Origin: A mashup between the ant and the anteater.
Description: The antater is much smaller than an average emu. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the grasshopper and can only survive in the proximity of humid moss patties.
Animal: ANTBUFFALO
Origin: A mashup between the ant and the water buffalo.
Description: The antbuffalo is bigger than your average crow. It is a parasite of the monkey and is likely to be found alongside freezing trundle beds.
Animal: ANTDEER
Origin: A mashup between the ant and the reindeer.
Description: The antdeer is sometimes found towering over even the tallest frog. It finds solace in the den of the baboon and will only thrive in vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: ANTDOLLAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ant and the sand dollar.
Description: The antdollar is fifty times larger than the standard yak. It eats wren and is likely to be found alongside tepid creeks.
Animal: ANTDU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ant and the kudu.
Description: The antdu is similar in size to the crow. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty ant and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive rivers.
Animal: ANTE BLUE
Origin: A hybrid of the anteater and the jay, blue.
Description: The ante blue is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent rook. It eats weasel and will find a home in and around vast and favorable underground dwellings.
Animal: ANTEAN
Origin: A mashup between the antelope and the swan.
Description: The antean is more massive than five jackal. It can swallow a whole sea lion and can only survive in the proximity of humid rivers.
Animal: ANTEANDER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the antelope and the salamander.
Description: The anteander is fifty times larger than the standard sand dollar. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of red panda and is known to frequent whimsical holes in the ground.
Animal: ANTEANE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the antelope and the crane.
Description: The anteane is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature reindeer. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the fish and is capable of spending its entire life by grim creeks.
Animal: ANTEAR
Origin: A marriage between the antelope and the bear.
Description: The antear is is not quite as big as a baby stork. It is a parasite of the whale and breeds in vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: ANTEAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the anteater and the bear.
Description: The antear is much smaller than an average octopus. It finds solace in the den of the wolf and is known to frequent grim rivers.
Animal: ANTEARK
Origin: A hybrid of the antelope and the shark.
Description: The anteark is smaller than a typical louse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of sheep and can be found around fluorescent seashores.
Animal: ANTEBIT
Origin: A mashup between the anteater and the rabbit.
Description: The antebit is bigger than your average porpoise. It regularly feeds on crane and will find a home in and around windblown underwater bunkers.
Animal: ANTEDILLO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the antelope and the armadillo.
Description: The antedillo is similar in size to the wombat. It can swallow a whole lark and breeds in tepid bogs.
Animal: ANTEEP
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ant and the sheep.
Description: The anteep is is not quite as big as a baby hummingbird. It eats walrus and breeds in grim crypts.
Animal: ANTEGER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the antelope and the tiger.
Description: The anteger is much smaller than an average alpaca. It regularly feeds on hamster and is known to frequent salty exotic dungeons.
Animal: ANTEODILE
Origin: A hybrid of the anteater and the crocodile.
Description: The anteodile is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of partridge. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the ferret and can only survive in the proximity of cold underwater bunkers.
Animal: ANTEOSE
Origin: A mashup between the anteater and the moose.
Description: The anteose is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown jellyfish. It eats hummingbird and is capable of spending its entire life by sour smelling oceans.
Animal: ANTEOW
Origin: A marriage between the antelope and the crow.
Description: The anteow is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent sandpiper. It eats starling and is known to frequent dank exotic dungeons.
Animal: ANTERAM
Origin: A mashup between the antelope and the ram.
Description: The anteram is is not quite as big as a baby seal. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of caribou and can be found around grim bogs.
Animal: ANTERK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the anteater and the lark.
Description: The anterk is sometimes found towering over even the tallest fox. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of human and will only thrive in fluorescent oceans.
Animal: ANTESANT
Origin: A hybrid of the anteater and the pheasant.
Description: The antesant is similar in size to the shark. It can swallow a whole llama and is known to frequent grim riverbeds.
Animal: ANTEUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the antelope and the mouse.
Description: The anteuse is is over all squishier than the male crow. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of walrus and is known to frequent salty shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ANTEYX
Origin: A hybrid of the antelope and the oryx.
Description: The anteyx is bigger than your average clam. It can make a sound like a rat and is capable of spending its entire life by salty underground dwellings.
Animal: ANTKEY
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the turkey.
Description: The antkey is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown alligator. It can be far more intimidating than an elder antelope and is known to frequent grim oceans.
Animal: ANTORK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ant and the stork.
Description: The antork is smaller than a typical porcupine. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of grouse and breeds in windblown rivers.
Animal: ANTOW
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the crow.
Description: The antow is is not quite as big as a baby bear. It is a parasite of the seal and lives by salty bogs.
Animal: ANTOW
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the crow.
Description: The antow is similar in size to the bear. It can swallow a whole walrus and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: ANTPION
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the scorpion.
Description: The antpion is fifty times larger than the standard cattle. It lives on the waste of the ox and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent seashores.
Animal: ANTRET
Origin: A marriage between the ant and the ferret.
Description: The antret is more massive than five termite. It can swallow a whole lyrebird and will only thrive in murky underground dwellings.
Animal: ANTREW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ant and the shrew.
Description: The antrew is smaller than a typical swallow. It is a parasite of the gerbil and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: ANTSH
Origin: A mashup between the ant and the fish.
Description: The antsh is much smaller than an average lion. It can make a sound like a antelope and will find a home in and around freezing creeks.
Animal: APEAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ape and the boar.
Description: The apear is more massive than five cobra. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single hornet and is known to frequent humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: APERCHIN
Origin: A mashup between the ape and the sea urchin.
Description: The aperchin is more massive than five moose. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty locust and will find a home in and around salty bogs.
Animal: APETROSS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ape and the albatross.
Description: The apetross is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature marten. It can be far more intimidating than an elder buffalo and breeds in windblown moss patties.
Animal: APEVEN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ape and the raven.
Description: The apeven is bigger than your average dragonfly. It eats swan and is known to frequent damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ARMAA FOWL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the armadillo and the guinea fowl.
Description: The armaa fowl is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown turtle. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of monkey and will find a home in and around vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: ARMAASS
Origin: A marriage between the armadillo and the ass.
Description: The armaass is similar in size to the zebra. It finds solace in the den of the jay and is likely to be found alongside murky bogs.
Animal: ARMADOLLAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the armadillo and the sand dollar.
Description: The armadollar is fifty times larger than the standard wren. It can swallow a whole wasp and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: ARMAKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the armadillo and the monkey.
Description: The armakey is similar in size to the turkey. It eats otter and is capable of spending its entire life by whimsical underground dwellings.
Animal: ARMAOX
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the armadillo and the ox.
Description: The armaox is sometimes found towering over even the tallest caribou. It finds solace in the den of the quail and is known to frequent stinky riverbeds.
Animal: ARMARICH
Origin: A mashup between the armadillo and the ostrich.
Description: The armarich is is not quite as big as a baby elephant. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of lion and is likely to be found alongside grim seashores.
Animal: ARMASAUR
Origin: A mashup between the armadillo and the dinosaur.
Description: The armasaur is fifty times larger than the standard flamingo. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of stinkbug and lives by tepid rivers.
Animal: ARMAWHAL
Origin: A hybrid of the armadillo and the narwhal.
Description: The armawhal is sometimes found towering over even the tallest leopard. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of emu and breeds in humid trundle beds.
Animal: ASSAIL
Origin: A mashup between the ass and the snail.
Description: The assail is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown goldfinch. It can swallow a whole mink and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: ASSDINE
Origin: A mashup between the ass and the sardine.
Description: The assdine is much smaller than an average octopus. It can be far more intimidating than an elder clam and will only thrive in humid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ASSGATOR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ass and the alligator.
Description: The assgator is bigger than your average vulture. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty clam and will find a home in and around humid moss patties.
Animal: ASSGER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ass and the badger.
Description: The assger is sometimes found towering over even the tallest nightingale. It is a parasite of the walrus and will find a home in and around salty holes in the ground.
Animal: ASSINGALE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ass and the nightingale.
Description: The assingale is is not quite as big as a baby elephant. It finds solace in the den of the cat and lives by murky rivers.
Animal: ASSKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ass and the monkey.
Description: The asskey is fifty times larger than the standard cormorant. It is a parasite of the monkey and breeds in windblown trundle beds.
Animal: ASSRUS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ass and the walrus.
Description: The assrus is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of fox. It can make a sound like a lark and is known to frequent whimsical seashores.
Animal: ASSTEN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ass and the marten.
Description: The assten is is over all squishier than the male reindeer. It regularly feeds on cat and will only thrive in salty bogs.
Animal: ASSYX
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ass and the oryx.
Description: The assyx is more massive than five aardvark. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty rat and breeds in salty seashores.
Animal: BABACUDA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the baboon and the barracuda.
Description: The babacuda is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown yak. It can be far more intimidating than an elder reindeer and is likely to be found alongside damp creeks.
Animal: BABATEE
Origin: A mashup between the baboon and the manatee.
Description: The babatee is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown goat. It eats flamingo and is known to frequent grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: BABDILLO
Origin: A marriage between the baboon and the armadillo.
Description: The babdillo is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature termite. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the prairie dog and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: BABLABY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the baboon and the wallaby.
Description: The bablaby is smaller than a typical elephant seal. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of woodpecker and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: BABLORIS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the baboon and the slow loris.
Description: The babloris is similar in size to the albatross. It is a parasite of the stinkbug and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: BABNY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the baboon and the pony.
Description: The babny is smaller than a typical rat. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty donkey and is known to frequent whimsical oceans.
Animal: BABPIG
Origin: A hybrid of the baboon and the pig.
Description: The babpig is similar in size to the heron. It can swallow a whole donkey and is known to frequent dank bogs.
Animal: BABPILLAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the baboon and the caterpillar.
Description: The babpillar is bigger than your average cheetah. It finds solace in the den of the beaver and breeds in tepid moss patties.
Animal: BABUITO
Origin: A mashup between the baboon and the mosquito.
Description: The babuito is similar in size to the penguin. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of locust and lives by freezing rivers.
Animal: BADAL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the badger and the seal.
Description: The badal is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown leopard. It is a parasite of the llama and lives by freezing underground dwellings.
Animal: BADAT
Origin: A marriage between the badger and the goat.
Description: The badat is sometimes found towering over even the tallest red deer. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of woodpecker and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: BADMITE
Origin: A mashup between the badger and the termite.
Description: The badmite is much smaller than an average eagle. It finds solace in the den of the cockroach and will find a home in and around windblown trundle beds.
Animal: BADORK
Origin: A marriage between the badger and the stork.
Description: The badork is is not quite as big as a baby caterpillar. It can swallow a whole heron and can be found around whimsical creeks.
Animal: BADVEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the badger and the raven.
Description: The badven is is over all squishier than the male ape. It can swallow a whole gazelle and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: BARRAN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the barracuda and the swan.
Description: The barran is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent goat. It eats hamster and is known to frequent murky creeks.
Animal: BARRANDER
Origin: A marriage between the barracuda and the salamander.
Description: The barrander is is not quite as big as a baby buffalo. It lives on the waste of the kudu and breeds in damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BARRANZEE
Origin: A marriage between the barracuda and the chimpanzee.
Description: The barranzee is bigger than your average mouse. It can be far more intimidating than an elder giant panda and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BARRBEE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the barracuda and the bee.
Description: The barrbee is bigger than your average grouse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of emu and can be found around fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: BARRCEROS
Origin: A marriage between the barracuda and the rhinoceros.
Description: The barrceros is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of lemur. It can be far more intimidating than an elder opossum and will only thrive in humid creeks.
Animal: BARRFOWL
Origin: A marriage between the barracuda and the peafowl.
Description: The barrfowl is much smaller than an average stingray. It can make a sound like a ape and lives by lime scented oceans.
Animal: BARRILLA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the barracuda and the gorilla.
Description: The barrilla is bigger than your average tiger. It can make a sound like a turkey and will find a home in and around grim riverbeds.
Animal: BARRLABY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the barracuda and the wallaby.
Description: The barrlaby is much smaller than an average lyrebird. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty peafowl and can be found around sour smelling riverbeds.
Animal: BARRRUS
Origin: A hybrid of the barracuda and the walrus.
Description: The barrrus is is over all squishier than the male narwhal. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the dog and will find a home in and around fluorescent rivers.
Animal: BARRSAUR
Origin: A marriage between the barracuda and the dinosaur.
Description: The barrsaur is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown cattle. It can make a sound like a jellyfish and will find a home in and around fluorescent bogs.
Animal: BARRTEN
Origin: A mashup between the barracuda and the marten.
Description: The barrten is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature otter. It lives on the waste of the herring and is known to frequent grim underground dwellings.
Animal: BATER
Origin: A hybrid of the bat and the deer.
Description: The bater is similar in size to the elk. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the opossum and is capable of spending its entire life by humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: BATFISH
Origin: A marriage between the bat and the dogfish.
Description: The batfish is sometimes found towering over even the tallest tiger. It can make a sound like a raven and can only survive in the proximity of murky seashores.
Animal: BATGUIN
Origin: A hybrid of the bat and the penguin.
Description: The batguin is smaller than a typical alpaca. It is a parasite of the gorilla and is capable of spending its entire life by lime scented trundle beds.
Animal: BATLION
Origin: A marriage between the bat and the sea lion.
Description: The batlion is fifty times larger than the standard locust. It can swallow a whole octopus and can be found around cold trundle beds.
Animal: BATLL
Origin: A marriage between the bat and the gull.
Description: The batll is more massive than five spider. It can be far more intimidating than an elder toad and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: BATLLOW
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bat and the swallow.
Description: The batllow is more massive than five loris. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the tapir and is likely to be found alongside dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: BEAAN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the beaver and the swan.
Description: The beaan is similar in size to the salmon. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the cormorant and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: BEAANDER
Origin: A marriage between the beaver and the salamander.
Description: The beaander is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature mouse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of crow and will find a home in and around stinky riverbeds.
Animal: BEAAR
Origin: A hybrid of the beaver and the boar.
Description: The beaar is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature dog. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty barracuda and breeds in humid underground dwellings.
Animal: BEAFLY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the beaver and the fly.
Description: The beafly is is not quite as big as a baby toad. It regularly feeds on deer and can be found around vast and favorable bogs.
Animal: BEALA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the bear and the koala.
Description: The beala is more massive than five wolverine. It finds solace in the den of the snail and will find a home in and around damp holes in the ground.
Animal: BEALE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bear and the whale.
Description: The beale is is over all squishier than the male crocodile. It can make a sound like a meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by grim seashores.
Animal: BEAMAN
Origin: A mashup between the beaver and the human.
Description: The beaman is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature leopard. It can make a sound like a spider and is likely to be found alongside murky riverbeds.
Animal: BEAORANT
Origin: A hybrid of the beaver and the cormorant.
Description: The beaorant is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown ox. It regularly feeds on octopus and is likely to be found alongside humid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BEAPARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the beaver and the leopard.
Description: The beapard is fifty times larger than the standard kangaroo. It eats armadillo and will find a home in and around freezing underwater bunkers.
Animal: BEASSUM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the beaver and the opossum.
Description: The beassum is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown chicken. It can swallow a whole meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by murky seashores.
Animal: BECOD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bear and the cod.
Description: The becod is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of gull. It is a parasite of the frog and is known to frequent lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: BEEAN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bee and the swan.
Description: The beean is bigger than your average opossum. It finds solace in the den of the gnat and can only survive in the proximity of murky underground dwellings.
Animal: BEEEEP
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bee and the sheep.
Description: The beeeep is sometimes found towering over even the tallest eagle. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single ox and will find a home in and around cold creeks.
Animal: BEEELK
Origin: A marriage between the bee and the elk.
Description: The beeelk is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent tiger. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of eel and will find a home in and around cold oceans.
Animal: BEEFALO
Origin: A marriage between the bee and the buffalo.
Description: The beefalo is much smaller than an average eagle. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty chicken and will only thrive in vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BEEIE DOG
Origin: A hybrid of the bee and the prairie dog.
Description: The beeie dog is is over all squishier than the male cobra. It can swallow a whole gull and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive seashores.
Animal: BEENGBIRD
Origin: A hybrid of the bee and the hummingbird.
Description: The beengbird is bigger than your average whale. It can make a sound like a pony and breeds in dank trundle beds.
Animal: BEEPIG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bee and the pig.
Description: The beepig is fifty times larger than the standard herring. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of butterfly and is likely to be found alongside lime scented crypts.
Animal: BEEYAK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bee and the yak.
Description: The beeyak is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown pelican. It lives on the waste of the bee and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: BEICAN
Origin: A mashup between the bear and the pelican.
Description: The beican is similar in size to the finch. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dove and breeds in vast and favorable seashores.
Animal: BEOSE
Origin: A mashup between the bear and the moose.
Description: The beose is much smaller than an average owl. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of ox and lives by tepid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BERICH
Origin: A hybrid of the bear and the ostrich.
Description: The berich is much smaller than an average whale. It regularly feeds on weasel and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive trundle beds.
Animal: BERIS
Origin: A mashup between the bear and the loris.
Description: The beris is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of pheasant. It lives on the waste of the fly and lives by tepid exotic dungeons.
Animal: BIALA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bison and the koala.
Description: The biala is more massive than five penguin. It is a parasite of the fly and lives by dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: BIHILLA
Origin: A hybrid of the bison and the chinchilla.
Description: The bihilla is more massive than five red panda. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of buffalo and lives by murky seashores.
Animal: BIIBOU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the bison and the caribou.
Description: The biibou is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of gorilla. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of raccoon and can only survive in the proximity of murky trundle beds.
Animal: BIRAT
Origin: A marriage between the bison and the rat.
Description: The birat is more massive than five jaguar. It regularly feeds on koala and will only thrive in windblown underground dwellings.
Animal: BISANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the bison and the pheasant.
Description: The bisant is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of okapi. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the stinkbug and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent rivers.
Animal: BITER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the bison and the oyster.
Description: The biter is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown caribou. It can make a sound like a tiger and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: BIYAK
Origin: A hybrid of the bison and the yak.
Description: The biyak is much smaller than an average donkey. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the vulture and will only thrive in dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: BOAB
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the boar and the crab.
Description: The boab is smaller than a typical hawk. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single rabbit and is known to frequent whimsical oceans.
Animal: BOAIL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the boar and the quail.
Description: The boail is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown jay. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty giant panda and breeds in grim oceans.
Animal: BOANDER
Origin: A marriage between the boar and the salamander.
Description: The boander is fifty times larger than the standard pig. It can make a sound like a hawk and will only thrive in stinky trundle beds.
Animal: BOBRA
Origin: A hybrid of the boar and the cobra.
Description: The bobra is much smaller than an average opossum. It eats gazelle and is known to frequent dank trundle beds.
Animal: BOEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the boar and the wren.
Description: The boen is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent dinosaur. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the reindeer and can only survive in the proximity of murky seashores.
Animal: BOWK
Origin: A marriage between the boar and the hawk.
Description: The bowk is similar in size to the hornet. It lives on the waste of the parrot and is known to frequent stinky exotic dungeons.
Animal: BUFDER
Origin: A hybrid of the buffalo and the spider.
Description: The bufder is fifty times larger than the standard frog. It lives on the waste of the cheetah and is known to frequent tepid crypts.
Animal: BUFDER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the buffalo and the spider.
Description: The bufder is fifty times larger than the standard caterpillar. It can be far more intimidating than an elder goldfinch and is likely to be found alongside whimsical oceans.
Animal: BUFEEP
Origin: A mashup between the buffalo and the sheep.
Description: The bufeep is is not quite as big as a baby zebra. It can swallow a whole salamander and can only survive in the proximity of freezing moss patties.
Animal: BUFGATOR
Origin: A mashup between the buffalo and the alligator.
Description: The bufgator is is over all squishier than the male duck. It finds solace in the den of the termite and will find a home in and around tepid rivers.
Animal: BUFGLE
Origin: A mashup between the buffalo and the eagle.
Description: The bufgle is sometimes found towering over even the tallest giraffe. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the starling and breeds in fluorescent trundle beds.
Animal: BUFOTE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the buffalo and the coyote.
Description: The bufote is smaller than a typical cormorant. It lives on the waste of the cheetah and can only survive in the proximity of stinky riverbeds.
Animal: BUFRAM
Origin: A mashup between the buffalo and the ram.
Description: The bufram is is over all squishier than the male giant panda. It can make a sound like a dolphin and can only survive in the proximity of damp rivers.
Animal: BUFUAR
Origin: A hybrid of the buffalo and the jaguar.
Description: The bufuar is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature llama. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of quail and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: BUTTACUDA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the butterfly and the barracuda.
Description: The buttacuda is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature stinkbug. It can make a sound like a alpaca and will find a home in and around vast and favorable oceans.
Animal: BUTTAFFE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the butterfly and the giraffe.
Description: The buttaffe is bigger than your average jellyfish. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of oyster and can be found around sour smelling underground dwellings.
Animal: BUTTASS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the butterfly and the ass.
Description: The buttass is more massive than five kangaroo. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of slow loris and will only thrive in whimsical bogs.
Animal: BUTTIBOU
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the butterfly and the caribou.
Description: The buttibou is is not quite as big as a baby dove. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of dogfish and will only thrive in freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: BUTTPIE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the butterfly and the magpie.
Description: The buttpie is similar in size to the pony. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty buffalo and is likely to be found alongside dank rivers.
Animal: BUTTRM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the butterfly and the worm.
Description: The buttrm is is not quite as big as a baby cod. It can swallow a whole oyster and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky trundle beds.
Animal: BUTTRREL
Origin: A hybrid of the butterfly and the squirrel.
Description: The buttrrel is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown goose. It can swallow a whole duck and breeds in damp rivers.
Animal: CA BLUE
Origin: A hybrid of the camel and the jay, blue.
Description: The ca blue is fifty times larger than the standard mole. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the swan and breeds in humid trundle beds.
Animal: CADINE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the camel and the sardine.
Description: The cadine is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent shark. It lives on the waste of the falcon and will find a home in and around lime scented seashores.
Animal: CAFINCH
Origin: A hybrid of the camel and the goldfinch.
Description: The cafinch is similar in size to the ape. It can swallow a whole meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by humid riverbeds.
Animal: CAIE DOG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the camel and the prairie dog.
Description: The caie dog is more massive than five gnu. It regularly feeds on marten and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: CAPER
Origin: A hybrid of the camel and the viper.
Description: The caper is is not quite as big as a baby ostrich. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of wallaby and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented oceans.
Animal: CARCHIN
Origin: A mashup between the camel and the sea urchin.
Description: The carchin is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature marten. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of eagle and is capable of spending its entire life by damp underground dwellings.
Animal: CARPER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the caribou and the viper.
Description: The carper is fifty times larger than the standard prairie dog. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the hare and will find a home in and around tepid holes in the ground.
Animal: CARPIR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the caribou and the tapir.
Description: The carpir is is not quite as big as a baby yak. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single reindeer and is likely to be found alongside windblown rivers.
Animal: CARROACH
Origin: A mashup between the caribou and the cockroach.
Description: The carroach is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent armadillo. It is a parasite of the termite and lives by grim creeks.
Animal: CARSE
Origin: A hybrid of the camel and the horse.
Description: The carse is more massive than five stingray. It can swallow a whole water buffalo and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CARSP
Origin: A hybrid of the caribou and the wasp.
Description: The carsp is much smaller than an average alpaca. It is a parasite of the dinosaur and lives by whimsical underground dwellings.
Animal: CATA FOWL
Origin: A marriage between the cattle and the guinea fowl.
Description: The cata fowl is is over all squishier than the male ox. It can be far more intimidating than an elder red panda and lives by grim crypts.
Animal: CATAM
Origin: A marriage between the cattle and the clam.
Description: The catam is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown guinea pig. It regularly feeds on llama and is known to frequent damp crypts.
Animal: CATATER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cattle and the anteater.
Description: The catater is sometimes found towering over even the tallest parrot. It lives on the waste of the prairie dog and breeds in freezing underwater bunkers.
Animal: CATCOCK
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cattle and the woodcock.
Description: The catcock is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown ass. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the trout and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: CATERACUDA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the caterpillar and the barracuda.
Description: The cateracuda is sometimes found towering over even the tallest crane. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of alligator and is likely to be found alongside dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CATERHILLA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the caterpillar and the chinchilla.
Description: The caterhilla is more massive than five woodcock. It is a parasite of the bison and breeds in dank moss patties.
Animal: CATERLF
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the caterpillar and the wolf.
Description: The caterlf is more massive than five opossum. It can be far more intimidating than an elder herring and will only thrive in grim underground dwellings.
Animal: CATERTER
Origin: A hybrid of the caterpillar and the otter.
Description: The caterter is similar in size to the scorpion. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single barracuda and is likely to be found alongside stinky trundle beds.
Animal: CATHILLA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cat and the chinchilla.
Description: The cathilla is much smaller than an average eagle. It finds solace in the den of the worm and breeds in dank creeks.
Animal: CATNGBIRD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cattle and the hummingbird.
Description: The catngbird is fifty times larger than the standard badger. It is a parasite of the chicken and is known to frequent cold moss patties.
Animal: CATOON
Origin: A mashup between the cattle and the baboon.
Description: The catoon is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown partridge. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single mule and can be found around fluorescent shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CATOTAMUS
Origin: A marriage between the cattle and the hippopotamus.
Description: The catotamus is similar in size to the grasshopper. It regularly feeds on hornet and breeds in windblown seashores.
Animal: CATSON
Origin: A hybrid of the cat and the bison.
Description: The catson is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown hedgehog. It is a parasite of the armadillo and is known to frequent sour smelling holes in the ground.
Animal: CATTLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cattle and the cattle.
Description: The cattle is smaller than a typical trout. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single falcon and will only thrive in tepid seashores.
Animal: CATUID
Origin: A marriage between the cattle and the squid.
Description: The catuid is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown butterfly. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single moose and breeds in freezing creeks.
Animal: CHE DRAGON
Origin: A marriage between the cheetah and the komodo dragon.
Description: The che dragon is fifty times larger than the standard porpoise. It can be far more intimidating than an elder gazelle and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive underground dwellings.
Animal: CHEA FOWL
Origin: A marriage between the cheetah and the guinea fowl.
Description: The chea fowl is smaller than a typical mole. It can be far more intimidating than an elder tiger and will only thrive in vast and favorable exotic dungeons.
Animal: CHEAIL
Origin: A mashup between the cheetah and the snail.
Description: The cheail is similar in size to the camel. It lives on the waste of the antelope and is likely to be found alongside dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: CHEAL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cheetah and the seal.
Description: The cheal is much smaller than an average crane. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the hummingbird and is known to frequent stinky crypts.
Animal: CHEAT
Origin: A hybrid of the cheetah and the goat.
Description: The cheat is bigger than your average wallaby. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of peafowl and will find a home in and around freezing creeks.
Animal: CHEERFLY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cheetah and the butterfly.
Description: The cheerfly is sometimes found towering over even the tallest red deer. It is a parasite of the dolphin and is likely to be found alongside humid crypts.
Animal: CHEGER
Origin: A mashup between the cheetah and the badger.
Description: The cheger is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown red panda. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of seal and will find a home in and around fluorescent underwater bunkers.
Animal: CHEGER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cheetah and the badger.
Description: The cheger is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of raccoon. It can swallow a whole okapi and will find a home in and around murky underwater bunkers.
Animal: CHEHOPPER
Origin: A mashup between the cheetah and the grasshopper.
Description: The chehopper is more massive than five newt. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty woodpecker and can only survive in the proximity of tepid moss patties.
Animal: CHEKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cheetah and the donkey.
Description: The chekey is bigger than your average antelope. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single yak and is capable of spending its entire life by humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: CHELING
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cheetah and the starling.
Description: The cheling is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown toad. It regularly feeds on leopard and is known to frequent sour smelling rivers.
Animal: CHESH
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cheetah and the fish.
Description: The chesh is smaller than a typical skunk. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the gull and is known to frequent humid holes in the ground.
Animal: CHIAFFE
Origin: A hybrid of the chicken and the giraffe.
Description: The chiaffe is more massive than five guinea fowl. It can be far more intimidating than an elder albatross and is likely to be found alongside salty seashores.
Animal: CHIECKER
Origin: A marriage between the chicken and the woodpecker.
Description: The chiecker is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown oryx. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty bat and is capable of spending its entire life by dank exotic dungeons.
Animal: CHIGNU
Origin: A marriage between the chicken and the gnu.
Description: The chignu is is over all squishier than the male toad. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty albatross and is capable of spending its entire life by salty rivers.
Animal: CHIMPEEP
Origin: A mashup between the chimpanzee and the sheep.
Description: The chimpeep is much smaller than an average starling. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the boar and is known to frequent whimsical rivers.
Animal: CHIMPKBUG
Origin: A hybrid of the chimpanzee and the stinkbug.
Description: The chimpkbug is smaller than a typical jackal. It eats deer and can only survive in the proximity of salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: CHIMPLORIS
Origin: A hybrid of the chimpanzee and the slow loris.
Description: The chimploris is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature cormorant. It finds solace in the den of the porpoise and is likely to be found alongside grim riverbeds.
Animal: CHIMPOISE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the chimpanzee and the porpoise.
Description: The chimpoise is fifty times larger than the standard armadillo. It is a parasite of the moose and is known to frequent tepid holes in the ground.
Animal: CHIMPOISE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the chimpanzee and the porpoise.
Description: The chimpoise is is not quite as big as a baby sand dollar. It eats bison and is likely to be found alongside cold shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CHINCKAL
Origin: A mashup between the chinchilla and the jackal.
Description: The chinckal is is over all squishier than the male squid. It can be far more intimidating than an elder anteater and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CHINCLABY
Origin: A hybrid of the chinchilla and the wallaby.
Description: The chinclaby is much smaller than an average frog. It finds solace in the den of the water buffalo and lives by dank seashores.
Animal: CHINCLOPE
Origin: A marriage between the chinchilla and the antelope.
Description: The chinclope is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent boar. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty heron and can be found around whimsical rivers.
Animal: CHINCRON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the chinchilla and the heron.
Description: The chincron is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of elephant seal. It can make a sound like a boar and will find a home in and around humid seashores.
Animal: CHINCVARK
Origin: A marriage between the chinchilla and the aardvark.
Description: The chincvark is is not quite as big as a baby ant. It can make a sound like a gerbil and will find a home in and around whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: CHIPHIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the chicken and the dolphin.
Description: The chiphin is bigger than your average fox. It can be far more intimidating than an elder rabbit and will only thrive in sour smelling bogs.
Animal: CLAPE
Origin: A mashup between the clam and the ape.
Description: The clape is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown snake. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of mosquito and lives by murky bogs.
Animal: CLAROO
Origin: A hybrid of the clam and the kangaroo.
Description: The claroo is fifty times larger than the standard alligator. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of mosquito and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling oceans.
Animal: CLBIL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the clam and the gerbil.
Description: The clbil is more massive than five weasel. It eats chimpanzee and lives by cold riverbeds.
Animal: CLGUIN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the clam and the penguin.
Description: The clguin is smaller than a typical jackal. It lives on the waste of the goose and can only survive in the proximity of tepid riverbeds.
Animal: CLPIR
Origin: A marriage between the clam and the tapir.
Description: The clpir is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent cod. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the ostrich and will find a home in and around tepid seashores.
Animal: CLRUS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the clam and the walrus.
Description: The clrus is bigger than your average seal. It eats skunk and is known to frequent windblown holes in the ground.
Animal: COALE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cobra and the whale.
Description: The coale is is over all squishier than the male elk. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dogfish and is likely to be found alongside dank underground dwellings.
Animal: COAM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cobra and the clam.
Description: The coam is more massive than five mole. It can swallow a whole vulture and is known to frequent sour smelling riverbeds.
Animal: COCKAD
Origin: A mashup between the cockroach and the toad.
Description: The cockad is much smaller than an average anteater. It can make a sound like a gnat and is capable of spending its entire life by murky underground dwellings.
Animal: COCKALE
Origin: A hybrid of the cockroach and the whale.
Description: The cockale is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of finch. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the bat and will find a home in and around salty crypts.
Animal: COCKBRA
Origin: A mashup between the cockroach and the cobra.
Description: The cockbra is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature hyena. It lives on the waste of the salamander and is likely to be found alongside murky oceans.
Animal: COCKDU
Origin: A hybrid of the cockroach and the kudu.
Description: The cockdu is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature weasel. It is a parasite of the ostrich and will find a home in and around vast and favorable underground dwellings.
Animal: COCKEEP
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cockroach and the sheep.
Description: The cockeep is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of boar. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of grasshopper and will find a home in and around tepid creeks.
Animal: COCKEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cobra and the chicken.
Description: The cocken is smaller than a typical shrimp. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the caribou and is likely to be found alongside whimsical seashores.
Animal: COCKKEY
Origin: A mashup between the cockroach and the donkey.
Description: The cockkey is smaller than a typical mule. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty boar and will find a home in and around freezing oceans.
Animal: COCKREW
Origin: A marriage between the cockroach and the shrew.
Description: The cockrew is is not quite as big as a baby boar. It can make a sound like a red panda and is likely to be found alongside lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: COCOD
Origin: A hybrid of the cobra and the cod.
Description: The cocod is is over all squishier than the male ox. It can make a sound like a gorilla and is known to frequent grim moss patties.
Animal: CODANE
Origin: A marriage between the cod and the crane.
Description: The codane is more massive than five opossum. It regularly feeds on hawk and will find a home in and around vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: CODLF
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cod and the wolf.
Description: The codlf is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown raccoon. It finds solace in the den of the guinea fowl and breeds in grim shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CODORK
Origin: A mashup between the cod and the stork.
Description: The codork is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent oryx. It can swallow a whole lark and lives by stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: CODPARD
Origin: A mashup between the cod and the leopard.
Description: The codpard is smaller than a typical bat. It finds solace in the den of the wren and is likely to be found alongside tepid creeks.
Animal: CODPHIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cod and the dolphin.
Description: The codphin is more massive than five moose. It can make a sound like a wolverine and will only thrive in murky holes in the ground.
Animal: CODTROSS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the cod and the albatross.
Description: The codtross is is over all squishier than the male squid. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of goose and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: CODWT
Origin: A hybrid of the cod and the newt.
Description: The codwt is is over all squishier than the male koala. It can swallow a whole gull and lives by damp seashores.
Animal: CORMER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cormorant and the deer.
Description: The cormer is similar in size to the owl. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single newt and will only thrive in lime scented underwater bunkers.
Animal: CORMRING
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the cormorant and the herring.
Description: The cormring is similar in size to the jackal. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of barracuda and can be found around freezing oceans.
Animal: COUITO
Origin: A hybrid of the cobra and the mosquito.
Description: The couito is smaller than a typical gazelle. It eats termite and can only survive in the proximity of freezing seashores.
Animal: COYAM
Origin: A marriage between the coyote and the clam.
Description: The coyam is is over all squishier than the male jay, blue. It can swallow a whole goldfinch and will only thrive in cold oceans.
Animal: COYBIT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the coyote and the rabbit.
Description: The coybit is similar in size to the walrus. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of cockroach and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: COYCEROS
Origin: A marriage between the coyote and the rhinoceros.
Description: The coyceros is more massive than five hornet. It finds solace in the den of the rabbit and is capable of spending its entire life by dank crypts.
Animal: COYCOD
Origin: A hybrid of the coyote and the cod.
Description: The coycod is fifty times larger than the standard whale. It can swallow a whole slow loris and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented oceans.
Animal: COYEEP
Origin: A hybrid of the coyote and the sheep.
Description: The coyeep is fifty times larger than the standard octopus. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the antelope and will only thrive in salty creeks.
Animal: COYINGALE
Origin: A mashup between the coyote and the nightingale.
Description: The coyingale is smaller than a typical cormorant. It lives on the waste of the ostrich and is likely to be found alongside stinky riverbeds.
Animal: COYLE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the coyote and the mole.
Description: The coyle is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature cattle. It lives on the waste of the crow and can be found around humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: COYLORIS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the coyote and the slow loris.
Description: The coyloris is sometimes found towering over even the tallest dove. It can be far more intimidating than an elder badger and is likely to be found alongside humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: COYORSE
Origin: A mashup between the coyote and the seahorse.
Description: The coyorse is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of coyote. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single guinea pig and can be found around whimsical creeks.
Animal: COYSP
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the coyote and the wasp.
Description: The coysp is is over all squishier than the male trout. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single otter and will only thrive in salty riverbeds.
Animal: CRA FOWL
Origin: A marriage between the crow and the guinea fowl.
Description: The cra fowl is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of otter. It can make a sound like a koala and is known to frequent salty riverbeds.
Animal: CRAL
Origin: A hybrid of the crane and the seal.
Description: The cral is is over all squishier than the male alpaca. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the clam and lives by stinky crypts.
Animal: CRALA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crane and the koala.
Description: The crala is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent kangaroo. It can make a sound like a donkey and is likely to be found alongside whimsical underwater bunkers.
Animal: CRAPI
Origin: A marriage between the crab and the okapi.
Description: The crapi is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown crane. It can make a sound like a mink and lives by windblown underground dwellings.
Animal: CRARK
Origin: A hybrid of the crow and the shark.
Description: The crark is sometimes found towering over even the tallest stork. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty komodo dragon and will find a home in and around lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: CRARK
Origin: A mashup between the crow and the shark.
Description: The crark is sometimes found towering over even the tallest chicken. It lives on the waste of the human and is capable of spending its entire life by whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: CRBRA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crab and the cobra.
Description: The crbra is similar in size to the coyote. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single jay and can only survive in the proximity of cold trundle beds.
Animal: CRCAT
Origin: A hybrid of the crow and the cat.
Description: The crcat is much smaller than an average shrew. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the crow and lives by grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: CRCOON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crane and the raccoon.
Description: The crcoon is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent dove. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty cormorant and is known to frequent dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CREHOG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crab and the hedgehog.
Description: The crehog is is over all squishier than the male crab. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of giant panda and breeds in grim creeks.
Animal: CRIBOU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crow and the caribou.
Description: The cribou is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent mosquito. It lives on the waste of the gnu and will only thrive in sour smelling exotic dungeons.
Animal: CRLABY
Origin: A mashup between the crab and the wallaby.
Description: The crlaby is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown ox. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty meerkat and is known to frequent cold underground dwellings.
Animal: CRLARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crane and the mallard.
Description: The crlard is more massive than five crab. It can make a sound like a swan and is likely to be found alongside lime scented trundle beds.
Animal: CRLL
Origin: A mashup between the crow and the gull.
Description: The crll is more massive than five snake. It finds solace in the den of the chimpanzee and will only thrive in freezing trundle beds.
Animal: CRLORIS
Origin: A mashup between the crow and the slow loris.
Description: The crloris is much smaller than an average jay. It can be far more intimidating than an elder barracuda and breeds in cold trundle beds.
Animal: CROCETAH
Origin: A mashup between the crocodile and the cheetah.
Description: The crocetah is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent spider. It can swallow a whole mule and can only survive in the proximity of cold bogs.
Animal: CROCFISH
Origin: A hybrid of the crocodile and the goldfish.
Description: The crocfish is sometimes found towering over even the tallest cockroach. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the toad and will only thrive in vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: CROCGUIN
Origin: A marriage between the crocodile and the penguin.
Description: The crocguin is bigger than your average woodcock. It finds solace in the den of the camel and lives by damp holes in the ground.
Animal: CROCHANT
Origin: A marriage between the crocodile and the elephant.
Description: The crochant is bigger than your average llama. It eats raccoon and breeds in lime scented seashores.
Animal: CROCLOPE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crocodile and the antelope.
Description: The croclope is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent hare. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty goldfinch and is likely to be found alongside humid oceans.
Animal: CROCOK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crocodile and the rook.
Description: The crocok is similar in size to the goldfish. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single emu and breeds in freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CROCOUT
Origin: A mashup between the crocodile and the trout.
Description: The crocout is is not quite as big as a baby horse. It eats squid and is capable of spending its entire life by damp seashores.
Animal: CROCPIE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crocodile and the magpie.
Description: The crocpie is much smaller than an average mink. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty herring and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent creeks.
Animal: CROCROT
Origin: A marriage between the crocodile and the parrot.
Description: The crocrot is smaller than a typical hyena. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty anteater and can only survive in the proximity of stinky exotic dungeons.
Animal: CROCRREL
Origin: A hybrid of the crocodile and the squirrel.
Description: The crocrrel is much smaller than an average deer. It can make a sound like a salmon and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: CROCYFISH
Origin: A marriage between the crocodile and the jellyfish.
Description: The crocyfish is fifty times larger than the standard emu. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the coyote and lives by humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: CROCYX
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crocodile and the oryx.
Description: The crocyx is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent narwhal. It is a parasite of the salmon and is likely to be found alongside tepid bogs.
Animal: CROG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crow and the frog.
Description: The crog is more massive than five bee. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of sandpiper and will only thrive in humid seashores.
Animal: CROUT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crow and the trout.
Description: The crout is is not quite as big as a baby hummingbird. It can swallow a whole reindeer and is capable of spending its entire life by lime scented moss patties.
Animal: CROW
Origin: A marriage between the crab and the crow.
Description: The crow is much smaller than an average duck. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of duck and is likely to be found alongside murky seashores.
Animal: CROW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crow and the crow.
Description: The crow is smaller than a typical bat. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of lark and can only survive in the proximity of grim oceans.
Animal: CRPIR
Origin: A marriage between the crow and the tapir.
Description: The crpir is smaller than a typical rat. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the cat and can only survive in the proximity of damp rivers.
Animal: CRPIR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the crow and the tapir.
Description: The crpir is sometimes found towering over even the tallest oryx. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of woodpecker and is likely to be found alongside grim riverbeds.
Animal: CRRCHIN
Origin: A mashup between the crow and the sea urchin.
Description: The crrchin is is over all squishier than the male sardine. It finds solace in the den of the sand dollar and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: CRTER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crow and the otter.
Description: The crter is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown elephant seal. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty moose and can only survive in the proximity of grim creeks.
Animal: CRUAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crow and the jaguar.
Description: The cruar is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown okapi. It finds solace in the den of the ostrich and lives by vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: CRUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crane and the mouse.
Description: The cruse is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature buffalo. It eats lyrebird and is known to frequent murky trundle beds.
Animal: CRWHAL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the crab and the narwhal.
Description: The crwhal is smaller than a typical cattle. It eats kangaroo and is capable of spending its entire life by damp seashores.
Animal: CRWK
Origin: A hybrid of the crow and the hawk.
Description: The crwk is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of wasp. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ostrich and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive exotic dungeons.
Animal: CRWT
Origin: A hybrid of the crab and the newt.
Description: The crwt is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature toad. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single dogfish and can only survive in the proximity of murky riverbeds.
Animal: DEANDER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the deer and the salamander.
Description: The deander is much smaller than an average pony. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty hornet and can be found around vast and favorable holes in the ground.
Animal: DEBIL
Origin: A hybrid of the deer and the gerbil.
Description: The debil is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of scorpion. It eats mole and is capable of spending its entire life by dank underground dwellings.
Animal: DENT SEAL
Origin: A mashup between the deer and the elephant seal.
Description: The dent seal is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of bat. It lives on the waste of the albatross and can only survive in the proximity of stinky oceans.
Animal: DEON
Origin: A mashup between the deer and the lion.
Description: The deon is fifty times larger than the standard toad. It regularly feeds on emu and can only survive in the proximity of cold creeks.
Animal: DEORSE
Origin: A mashup between the deer and the seahorse.
Description: The deorse is is not quite as big as a baby turkey. It can swallow a whole yak and is capable of spending its entire life by freezing crypts.
Animal: DEPANDA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the deer and the red panda.
Description: The depanda is bigger than your average moose. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty herring and lives by dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: DEPIE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the deer and the magpie.
Description: The depie is is not quite as big as a baby deer. It eats caribou and breeds in whimsical creeks.
Animal: DESAUR
Origin: A hybrid of the deer and the dinosaur.
Description: The desaur is is over all squishier than the male guinea pig. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of raccoon and is known to frequent cold trundle beds.
Animal: DETURE
Origin: A mashup between the deer and the vulture.
Description: The deture is similar in size to the red panda. It finds solace in the den of the dinosaur and will find a home in and around salty moss patties.
Animal: DEYAK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the deer and the yak.
Description: The deyak is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature shrimp. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single seal and breeds in windblown bogs.
Animal: DINODEER
Origin: A hybrid of the dinosaur and the reindeer.
Description: The dinodeer is sometimes found towering over even the tallest tiger. It can be far more intimidating than an elder fly and will find a home in and around stinky underwater bunkers.
Animal: DINOGNU
Origin: A marriage between the dinosaur and the gnu.
Description: The dinognu is similar in size to the ape. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the sea urchin and is likely to be found alongside cold creeks.
Animal: DINOKAL
Origin: A marriage between the dinosaur and the jackal.
Description: The dinokal is smaller than a typical marten. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single lark and will only thrive in humid seashores.
Animal: DINOTLE
Origin: A marriage between the dinosaur and the cattle.
Description: The dinotle is bigger than your average guinea fowl. It can be far more intimidating than an elder jay and breeds in damp oceans.
Animal: DINOUITO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dinosaur and the mosquito.
Description: The dinouito is bigger than your average skunk. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the raccoon and lives by sour smelling exotic dungeons.
Animal: DOANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dove and the ant.
Description: The doant is similar in size to the chimpanzee. It is a parasite of the mule and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent underwater bunkers.
Animal: DOFISH
Origin: A mashup between the dove and the goldfish.
Description: The dofish is similar in size to the emu. It can be far more intimidating than an elder locust and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: DOGA PIG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dog and the guinea pig.
Description: The doga pig is similar in size to the falcon. It eats slow loris and will only thrive in stinky trundle beds.
Animal: DOGAFFE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dogfish and the giraffe.
Description: The dogaffe is is over all squishier than the male reindeer. It can be far more intimidating than an elder crocodile and breeds in grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: DOGCKEN
Origin: A hybrid of the dogfish and the chicken.
Description: The dogcken is is over all squishier than the male snail. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty reindeer and can be found around salty underground dwellings.
Animal: DOGEN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dogfish and the wren.
Description: The dogen is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature camel. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dove and is likely to be found alongside freezing underwater bunkers.
Animal: DOGGRAY
Origin: A mashup between the dog and the stingray.
Description: The doggray is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent albatross. It regularly feeds on hummingbird and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented trundle beds.
Animal: DOGHILLA
Origin: A marriage between the dog and the chinchilla.
Description: The doghilla is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown pheasant. It is a parasite of the mule and can only survive in the proximity of windblown riverbeds.
Animal: DOGHILLA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dog and the chinchilla.
Description: The doghilla is much smaller than an average wallaby. It can swallow a whole falcon and is likely to be found alongside stinky underwater bunkers.
Animal: DOGLLOW
Origin: A hybrid of the dogfish and the swallow.
Description: The dogllow is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent bison. It regularly feeds on raccoon and is known to frequent gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: DOGMAN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dogfish and the human.
Description: The dogman is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of goldfinch. It can be far more intimidating than an elder meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by vast and favorable moss patties.
Animal: DOGNGBIRD
Origin: A hybrid of the dog and the hummingbird.
Description: The dogngbird is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of guinea fowl. It lives on the waste of the frog and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: DOGOK
Origin: A hybrid of the dogfish and the rook.
Description: The dogok is more massive than five heron. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty eel and will find a home in and around stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: DOGORK
Origin: A mashup between the dogfish and the stork.
Description: The dogork is is not quite as big as a baby fish. It regularly feeds on weasel and lives by whimsical creeks.
Animal: DOGRICH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dogfish and the ostrich.
Description: The dogrich is smaller than a typical armadillo. It can be far more intimidating than an elder giraffe and breeds in whimsical exotic dungeons.
Animal: DOGSANT
Origin: A marriage between the dogfish and the pheasant.
Description: The dogsant is bigger than your average crow. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the locust and will only thrive in lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: DOGUID
Origin: A mashup between the dog and the squid.
Description: The doguid is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown frog. It can swallow a whole ass and is known to frequent lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: DOGUITO
Origin: A marriage between the dogfish and the mosquito.
Description: The doguito is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown prairie dog. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single turkey and can be found around freezing holes in the ground.
Animal: DOLAN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dolphin and the swan.
Description: The dolan is sometimes found towering over even the tallest oryx. It can make a sound like a kudu and will find a home in and around freezing creeks.
Animal: DOLANT
Origin: A hybrid of the dolphin and the ant.
Description: The dolant is bigger than your average worm. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of koala and can be found around dank trundle beds.
Animal: DOLBRA
Origin: A mashup between the dolphin and the cobra.
Description: The dolbra is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown skunk. It finds solace in the den of the raven and lives by windblown holes in the ground.
Animal: DOLCAT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dolphin and the cat.
Description: The dolcat is smaller than a typical fox. It is a parasite of the eagle and will only thrive in cold crypts.
Animal: DOLER
Origin: A hybrid of the dolphin and the deer.
Description: The doler is more massive than five guinea fowl. It can make a sound like a fly and lives by dank moss patties.
Animal: DOLIE DOG
Origin: A mashup between the dolphin and the prairie dog.
Description: The dolie dog is is not quite as big as a baby porpoise. It can be far more intimidating than an elder herring and will find a home in and around fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: DOLLE
Origin: A hybrid of the dolphin and the mole.
Description: The dolle is sometimes found towering over even the tallest dogfish. It is a parasite of the woodpecker and will only thrive in murky creeks.
Animal: DOLMAN
Origin: A hybrid of the dolphin and the human.
Description: The dolman is bigger than your average walrus. It can swallow a whole kudu and can only survive in the proximity of dank rivers.
Animal: DOLODILE
Origin: A hybrid of the dolphin and the crocodile.
Description: The dolodile is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature opossum. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty tiger and can be found around cold underground dwellings.
Animal: DOLSEL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dolphin and the weasel.
Description: The dolsel is smaller than a typical hedgehog. It finds solace in the den of the lark and will only thrive in stinky trundle beds.
Animal: DON BLUE
Origin: A hybrid of the donkey and the jay, blue.
Description: The don blue is fifty times larger than the standard seal. It eats loris and will find a home in and around windblown holes in the ground.
Animal: DONALA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the donkey and the koala.
Description: The donala is is over all squishier than the male gull. It regularly feeds on swallow and breeds in freezing seashores.
Animal: DONAN
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the swan.
Description: The donan is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown peafowl. It can make a sound like a caribou and is capable of spending its entire life by freezing oceans.
Animal: DONBAT
Origin: A hybrid of the donkey and the wombat.
Description: The donbat is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of stork. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of pony and lives by windblown oceans.
Animal: DONBAT
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the bat.
Description: The donbat is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature cormorant. It can swallow a whole hippopotamus and will find a home in and around sour smelling creeks.
Animal: DONCK
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the duck.
Description: The donck is is over all squishier than the male dove. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of panther and is capable of spending its entire life by windblown bogs.
Animal: DONCOON
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the raccoon.
Description: The doncoon is smaller than a typical lion. It can swallow a whole manatee and can be found around whimsical moss patties.
Animal: DONDILLO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the donkey and the armadillo.
Description: The dondillo is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent mole. It regularly feeds on human and breeds in salty crypts.
Animal: DONFISH
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the dogfish.
Description: The donfish is more massive than five termite. It is a parasite of the dinosaur and will only thrive in grim moss patties.
Animal: DONKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the donkey and the donkey.
Description: The donkey is similar in size to the heron. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the swan and is known to frequent freezing riverbeds.
Animal: DONLABY
Origin: A hybrid of the donkey and the wallaby.
Description: The donlaby is more massive than five anteater. It can be far more intimidating than an elder hare and is likely to be found alongside humid underground dwellings.
Animal: DONORSE
Origin: A hybrid of the donkey and the seahorse.
Description: The donorse is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of barracuda. It regularly feeds on herring and breeds in grim moss patties.
Animal: DONOSE
Origin: A hybrid of the donkey and the moose.
Description: The donose is bigger than your average turkey. It eats donkey and breeds in cold shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: DONOX
Origin: A marriage between the donkey and the ox.
Description: The donox is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of pony. It is a parasite of the giant panda and can only survive in the proximity of damp oceans.
Animal: DONRAM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the donkey and the ram.
Description: The donram is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature moose. It can swallow a whole gazelle and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: DONRON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the donkey and the heron.
Description: The donron is fifty times larger than the standard beaver. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of tiger and lives by vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: DOPARD
Origin: A marriage between the dove and the leopard.
Description: The dopard is is not quite as big as a baby gorilla. It can be far more intimidating than an elder sheep and can be found around murky riverbeds.
Animal: DOTER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dove and the oyster.
Description: The doter is much smaller than an average viper. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the turkey and is known to frequent tepid riverbeds.
Animal: DRAG BLUE
Origin: A mashup between the dragonfly and the jay, blue.
Description: The drag blue is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown slow loris. It eats aardvark and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive creeks.
Animal: DRAGBRA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dragonfly and the cobra.
Description: The dragbra is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of butterfly. It eats gazelle and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent seashores.
Animal: DRAGCOD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the dragonfly and the cod.
Description: The dragcod is more massive than five cheetah. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty snail and can be found around dank oceans.
Animal: DRAGLARD
Origin: A hybrid of the dragonfly and the mallard.
Description: The draglard is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of hippopotamus. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the lemur and can be found around tepid trundle beds.
Animal: DRAGNK
Origin: A hybrid of the dragonfly and the mink.
Description: The dragnk is more massive than five mink. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of penguin and is capable of spending its entire life by freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: DRAGOSE
Origin: A hybrid of the dragonfly and the moose.
Description: The dragose is is not quite as big as a baby cod. It finds solace in the den of the jellyfish and lives by grim seashores.
Animal: DRAGRAM
Origin: A marriage between the dragonfly and the ram.
Description: The dragram is smaller than a typical dogfish. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of sardine and is capable of spending its entire life by grim shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: DRAGRING
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the dragonfly and the herring.
Description: The dragring is sometimes found towering over even the tallest mole. It finds solace in the den of the jaguar and will find a home in and around grim creeks.
Animal: DUANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the duck and the ant.
Description: The duant is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent panther. It lives on the waste of the bee and can be found around lime scented creeks.
Animal: DURET
Origin: A marriage between the duck and the ferret.
Description: The duret is bigger than your average dog. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty locust and is likely to be found alongside sour smelling moss patties.
Animal: EAANT
Origin: A marriage between the eagle and the ant.
Description: The eaant is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature lemur. It regularly feeds on loris and is known to frequent cold shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: EAAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the eagle and the gnat.
Description: The eaat is is not quite as big as a baby dolphin. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of termite and will only thrive in fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: EABIL
Origin: A marriage between the eagle and the gerbil.
Description: The eabil is is over all squishier than the male meerkat. It can make a sound like a ram and is capable of spending its entire life by lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: EAFISH
Origin: A marriage between the eagle and the dogfish.
Description: The eafish is sometimes found towering over even the tallest pelican. It can swallow a whole cheetah and breeds in lime scented trundle beds.
Animal: EARING
Origin: A hybrid of the eagle and the herring.
Description: The earing is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of beaver. It lives on the waste of the barracuda and is capable of spending its entire life by cold holes in the ground.
Animal: EARREL
Origin: A hybrid of the eagle and the squirrel.
Description: The earrel is much smaller than an average ferret. It is a parasite of the yak and can only survive in the proximity of cold moss patties.
Animal: EELA FOWL
Origin: A marriage between the eel and the guinea fowl.
Description: The eela fowl is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown butterfly. It can make a sound like a cattle and breeds in vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: EELBAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the eel and the bat.
Description: The eelbat is more massive than five jay. It can be far more intimidating than an elder gazelle and can only survive in the proximity of freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: EELDOG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the eel and the dog.
Description: The eeldog is bigger than your average peafowl. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the gazelle and can only survive in the proximity of whimsical oceans.
Animal: EELEON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the eel and the pigeon.
Description: The eeleon is is over all squishier than the male sardine. It can be far more intimidating than an elder gorilla and breeds in dank moss patties.
Animal: EELLL
Origin: A mashup between the eel and the gull.
Description: The eelll is similar in size to the hippopotamus. It is a parasite of the loris and breeds in fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: EELRKAT
Origin: A marriage between the eel and the meerkat.
Description: The eelrkat is is over all squishier than the male sandpiper. It is a parasite of the opossum and will only thrive in tepid moss patties.
Animal: EELUPINE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the eel and the porcupine.
Description: The eelupine is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature barracuda. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty shrimp and can be found around lime scented seashores.
Animal: EELYAK
Origin: A hybrid of the eel and the yak.
Description: The eelyak is much smaller than an average opossum. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of pig and lives by damp oceans.
Animal: ELEPATEE
Origin: A marriage between the elephant and the manatee.
Description: The elepatee is bigger than your average porcupine. It can swallow a whole meerkat and will find a home in and around dank seashores.
Animal: ELEPCEROS
Origin: A marriage between the elephant and the rhinoceros.
Description: The elepceros is much smaller than an average hawk. It can swallow a whole magpie and is capable of spending its entire life by cold crypts.
Animal: ELEPEN
Origin: A marriage between the elephant and the wren.
Description: The elepen is sometimes found towering over even the tallest chimpanzee. It can swallow a whole gnu and will find a home in and around lime scented shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ELEPHAAKE
Origin: A marriage between the elephant seal and the snake.
Description: The elephaake is more massive than five seal. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty herring and breeds in grim rivers.
Animal: ELEPHAAKE
Origin: A mashup between the elephant seal and the snake.
Description: The elephaake is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown gnu. It regularly feeds on alpaca and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ELEPHAASS
Origin: A marriage between the elephant seal and the ass.
Description: The elephaass is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature worm. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single porpoise and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent trundle beds.
Animal: ELEPHAEEL
Origin: A mashup between the elephant seal and the eel.
Description: The elephaeel is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown elephant. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single elephant seal and lives by grim oceans.
Animal: ELEPHAENA
Origin: A hybrid of the elephant seal and the hyena.
Description: The elephaena is bigger than your average rat. It can be far more intimidating than an elder rook and can be found around cold creeks.
Animal: ELEPHAOUT
Origin: A marriage between the elephant seal and the trout.
Description: The elephaout is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown caribou. It regularly feeds on crane and will find a home in and around tepid underwater bunkers.
Animal: ELEPHASANT
Origin: A marriage between the elephant seal and the pheasant.
Description: The elephasant is sometimes found towering over even the tallest chinchilla. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the chinchilla and will find a home in and around sour smelling moss patties.
Animal: ELEPHAUITO
Origin: A marriage between the elephant seal and the mosquito.
Description: The elephauito is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature snail. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of newt and lives by whimsical seashores.
Animal: ELEPKAL
Origin: A marriage between the elephant and the jackal.
Description: The elepkal is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent shrew. It can make a sound like a ass and lives by dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: ELEPODILE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the elephant and the crocodile.
Description: The elepodile is fifty times larger than the standard hippopotamus. It regularly feeds on chinchilla and is capable of spending its entire life by lime scented shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ELEPRING
Origin: A marriage between the elephant and the herring.
Description: The elepring is fifty times larger than the standard guinea fowl. It regularly feeds on baboon and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling moss patties.
Animal: ELKANDER
Origin: A marriage between the elk and the salamander.
Description: The elkander is similar in size to the cod. It can make a sound like a butterfly and will only thrive in murky underwater bunkers.
Animal: ELKCAT
Origin: A hybrid of the elk and the cat.
Description: The elkcat is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature crocodile. It eats toad and lives by sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: ELKDEER
Origin: A mashup between the elk and the reindeer.
Description: The elkdeer is much smaller than an average partridge. It regularly feeds on slow loris and is likely to be found alongside grim rivers.
Animal: ELKGER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the elk and the badger.
Description: The elkger is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent moose. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ostrich and will find a home in and around stinky riverbeds.
Animal: ELKNGBIRD
Origin: A mashup between the elk and the hummingbird.
Description: The elkngbird is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of worm. It can swallow a whole lyrebird and breeds in vast and favorable holes in the ground.
Animal: ELKPION
Origin: A hybrid of the elk and the scorpion.
Description: The elkpion is fifty times larger than the standard dogfish. It finds solace in the den of the pony and can only survive in the proximity of humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: ELKPIPER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the elk and the sandpiper.
Description: The elkpiper is much smaller than an average dolphin. It can swallow a whole sea lion and is capable of spending its entire life by freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: ELKRCHIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the elk and the sea urchin.
Description: The elkrchin is bigger than your average partridge. It finds solace in the den of the squirrel and is known to frequent freezing riverbeds.
Animal: ELKUST
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the elk and the locust.
Description: The elkust is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown water buffalo. It finds solace in the den of the mallard and can only survive in the proximity of humid riverbeds.
Animal: EMUALE
Origin: A marriage between the emu and the whale.
Description: The emuale is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown cod. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the tapir and is known to frequent salty exotic dungeons.
Animal: EMUNET
Origin: A mashup between the emu and the hornet.
Description: The emunet is is over all squishier than the male shrew. It finds solace in the den of the meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by murky bogs.
Animal: EMUPARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the emu and the leopard.
Description: The emupard is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature parrot. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of bison and can be found around fluorescent oceans.
Animal: FALACA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the falcon and the alpaca.
Description: The falaca is much smaller than an average woodcock. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of tiger and is likely to be found alongside cold oceans.
Animal: FALBIRD
Origin: A marriage between the falcon and the lyrebird.
Description: The falbird is much smaller than an average cat. It can swallow a whole fly and will find a home in and around vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: FALCOON
Origin: A mashup between the falcon and the raccoon.
Description: The falcoon is is over all squishier than the male viper. It regularly feeds on gazelle and is likely to be found alongside murky seashores.
Animal: FALDINE
Origin: A hybrid of the falcon and the sardine.
Description: The faldine is is over all squishier than the male locust. It eats bear and breeds in vast and favorable seashores.
Animal: FALELK
Origin: A marriage between the falcon and the elk.
Description: The falelk is fifty times larger than the standard trout. It eats oryx and is likely to be found alongside whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: FALELLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the falcon and the gazelle.
Description: The falelle is fifty times larger than the standard viper. It can be far more intimidating than an elder ant and is likely to be found alongside stinky creeks.
Animal: FALORK
Origin: A hybrid of the falcon and the stork.
Description: The falork is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown narwhal. It is a parasite of the okapi and will find a home in and around freezing moss patties.
Animal: FALOW
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the falcon and the crow.
Description: The falow is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent slow loris. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty pony and will only thrive in cold oceans.
Animal: FALRM
Origin: A marriage between the falcon and the worm.
Description: The falrm is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature ant. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of quail and lives by murky underground dwellings.
Animal: FALRM
Origin: A mashup between the falcon and the worm.
Description: The falrm is sometimes found towering over even the tallest zebra. It can make a sound like a dolphin and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: FALTLE
Origin: A mashup between the falcon and the cattle.
Description: The faltle is fifty times larger than the standard hedgehog. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of komodo dragon and will only thrive in whimsical moss patties.
Animal: FALUSE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the falcon and the mouse.
Description: The faluse is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent pheasant. It regularly feeds on nightingale and is known to frequent cold shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: FERAM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ferret and the clam.
Description: The feram is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent crocodile. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the goldfinch and is likely to be found alongside sour smelling moss patties.
Animal: FERBUFFALO
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ferret and the water buffalo.
Description: The ferbuffalo is smaller than a typical hare. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single stinkbug and lives by sour smelling rivers.
Animal: FERRKAT
Origin: A mashup between the ferret and the meerkat.
Description: The ferrkat is more massive than five chimpanzee. It can make a sound like a parrot and lives by salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: FERSP
Origin: A mashup between the ferret and the wasp.
Description: The fersp is smaller than a typical gorilla. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty yak and will find a home in and around salty trundle beds.
Animal: FERUAR
Origin: A mashup between the ferret and the jaguar.
Description: The feruar is smaller than a typical ostrich. It can be far more intimidating than an elder jackal and is capable of spending its entire life by freezing creeks.
Animal: FERUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ferret and the mouse.
Description: The feruse is is over all squishier than the male partridge. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of dog and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: FIAIL
Origin: A hybrid of the fish and the quail.
Description: The fiail is fifty times larger than the standard clam. It regularly feeds on gnat and will find a home in and around damp bogs.
Animal: FIANT
Origin: A marriage between the finch and the ant.
Description: The fiant is similar in size to the jay. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of ostrich and can only survive in the proximity of freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: FIENA
Origin: A marriage between the finch and the hyena.
Description: The fiena is fifty times larger than the standard ass. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of dog and can be found around windblown bogs.
Animal: FIFINCH
Origin: A hybrid of the finch and the goldfinch.
Description: The fifinch is sometimes found towering over even the tallest snail. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the alligator and breeds in windblown trundle beds.
Animal: FIFISH
Origin: A marriage between the fish and the goldfish.
Description: The fifish is smaller than a typical aardvark. It eats rat and is known to frequent murky underwater bunkers.
Animal: FIINGALE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fish and the nightingale.
Description: The fiingale is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent lark. It can swallow a whole armadillo and can only survive in the proximity of dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: FILOPE
Origin: A marriage between the fish and the antelope.
Description: The filope is much smaller than an average mule. It finds solace in the den of the jellyfish and is known to frequent whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: FIODILE
Origin: A hybrid of the fish and the crocodile.
Description: The fiodile is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent lyrebird. It can make a sound like a cattle and can be found around lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: FION
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fish and the lion.
Description: The fion is sometimes found towering over even the tallest cat. It can swallow a whole fox and is likely to be found alongside murky underground dwellings.
Animal: FIORSE
Origin: A marriage between the fish and the seahorse.
Description: The fiorse is sometimes found towering over even the tallest wombat. It regularly feeds on pigeon and will only thrive in grim underground dwellings.
Animal: FIOW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the finch and the crow.
Description: The fiow is much smaller than an average magpie. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of llama and breeds in dank holes in the ground.
Animal: FIPILLAR
Origin: A mashup between the finch and the caterpillar.
Description: The fipillar is much smaller than an average alpaca. It can be far more intimidating than an elder panther and breeds in cold underground dwellings.
Animal: FIRCHIN
Origin: A hybrid of the finch and the sea urchin.
Description: The firchin is sometimes found towering over even the tallest sheep. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single tiger and will only thrive in dank rivers.
Animal: FIROT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the finch and the parrot.
Description: The firot is much smaller than an average eel. It eats beaver and can only survive in the proximity of stinky oceans.
Animal: FIVARK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the finch and the aardvark.
Description: The fivark is similar in size to the partridge. It regularly feeds on heron and breeds in cold seashores.
Animal: FLAMATEE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the flamingo and the manatee.
Description: The flamatee is fifty times larger than the standard worm. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of rabbit and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: FLAMCAT
Origin: A mashup between the flamingo and the cat.
Description: The flamcat is sometimes found towering over even the tallest gazelle. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ferret and will find a home in and around damp bogs.
Animal: FLAMCK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the flamingo and the duck.
Description: The flamck is more massive than five badger. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dove and will only thrive in windblown underwater bunkers.
Animal: FLAMENA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the flamingo and the hyena.
Description: The flamena is much smaller than an average dinosaur. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of guinea pig and can only survive in the proximity of stinky rivers.
Animal: FLAMOTE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the flamingo and the coyote.
Description: The flamote is fifty times larger than the standard worm. It can swallow a whole antelope and breeds in vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: FLAMREW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the flamingo and the shrew.
Description: The flamrew is similar in size to the elephant seal. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of duck and will only thrive in fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: FLYAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the fly and the boar.
Description: The flyar is fifty times larger than the standard lobster. It eats komodo dragon and is likely to be found alongside freezing holes in the ground.
Animal: FLYDU
Origin: A marriage between the fly and the kudu.
Description: The flydu is much smaller than an average hornet. It regularly feeds on otter and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: FLYICAN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fly and the pelican.
Description: The flyican is fifty times larger than the standard quail. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of cat and is known to frequent stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: FLYLL
Origin: A hybrid of the fly and the gull.
Description: The flyll is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of nightingale. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the mink and can only survive in the proximity of dank trundle beds.
Animal: FLYOISE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fly and the porpoise.
Description: The flyoise is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown elk. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of dove and breeds in fluorescent creeks.
Animal: FLYPIG
Origin: A marriage between the fly and the pig.
Description: The flypig is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature worm. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty dragonfly and breeds in fluorescent trundle beds.
Animal: FLYREW
Origin: A marriage between the fly and the shrew.
Description: The flyrew is more massive than five pony. It is a parasite of the hyena and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented seashores.
Animal: FLYRREL
Origin: A hybrid of the fly and the squirrel.
Description: The flyrrel is is not quite as big as a baby dove. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the quail and lives by sour smelling rivers.
Animal: FLYRUS
Origin: A marriage between the fly and the walrus.
Description: The flyrus is much smaller than an average elk. It finds solace in the den of the meerkat and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: FLYSON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fly and the bison.
Description: The flyson is is not quite as big as a baby manatee. It regularly feeds on wallaby and breeds in salty exotic dungeons.
Animal: FLYYFISH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the fly and the jellyfish.
Description: The flyyfish is is over all squishier than the male fly. It can be far more intimidating than an elder jellyfish and is known to frequent murky creeks.
Animal: FOXAB
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fox and the crab.
Description: The foxab is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown hornet. It eats cormorant and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable seashores.
Animal: FOXAKE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fox and the snake.
Description: The foxake is sometimes found towering over even the tallest sandpiper. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the rhinoceros and breeds in humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: FOXKEY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the fox and the donkey.
Description: The foxkey is is not quite as big as a baby dinosaur. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of red deer and breeds in sour smelling moss patties.
Animal: FOXLARD
Origin: A mashup between the fox and the mallard.
Description: The foxlard is smaller than a typical deer. It lives on the waste of the crow and breeds in humid creeks.
Animal: FOXPHIN
Origin: A mashup between the fox and the dolphin.
Description: The foxphin is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of manatee. It can be far more intimidating than an elder fly and is known to frequent humid underground dwellings.
Animal: FOXREW
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the fox and the shrew.
Description: The foxrew is sometimes found towering over even the tallest okapi. It can be far more intimidating than an elder buffalo and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: FOXTER
Origin: A hybrid of the fox and the oyster.
Description: The foxter is is not quite as big as a baby yak. It can make a sound like a manatee and is likely to be found alongside sour smelling crypts.
Animal: FOXTLE
Origin: A mashup between the fox and the cattle.
Description: The foxtle is similar in size to the albatross. It can make a sound like a deer and will find a home in and around cold rivers.
Animal: FOXUSE
Origin: A mashup between the fox and the mouse.
Description: The foxuse is is not quite as big as a baby wolverine. It eats bee and can be found around lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: FOXUSE
Origin: A mashup between the fox and the mouse.
Description: The foxuse is more massive than five monkey. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of elk and lives by damp bogs.
Animal: FRA FOWL
Origin: A mashup between the frog and the guinea fowl.
Description: The fra fowl is sometimes found towering over even the tallest gorilla. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the moose and will only thrive in lime scented crypts.
Animal: FREON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the frog and the pigeon.
Description: The freon is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature marten. It eats guinea fowl and lives by damp creeks.
Animal: FRKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the frog and the donkey.
Description: The frkey is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature monkey. It can be far more intimidating than an elder goldfinch and is likely to be found alongside tepid holes in the ground.
Animal: FRMUR
Origin: A hybrid of the frog and the lemur.
Description: The frmur is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of butterfly. It can be far more intimidating than an elder llama and is known to frequent windblown bogs.
Animal: FRNK
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the frog and the mink.
Description: The frnk is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent barracuda. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ferret and is known to frequent whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: FRUPINE
Origin: A marriage between the frog and the porcupine.
Description: The frupine is similar in size to the ferret. It can swallow a whole goose and lives by grim riverbeds.
Animal: GAZAMA
Origin: A marriage between the gazelle and the llama.
Description: The gazama is is not quite as big as a baby pony. It can be far more intimidating than an elder gnu and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent riverbeds.
Animal: GAZLOPE
Origin: A marriage between the gazelle and the antelope.
Description: The gazlope is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature jay, blue. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the badger and breeds in cold rivers.
Animal: GAZTHER
Origin: A hybrid of the gazelle and the panther.
Description: The gazther is is not quite as big as a baby mallard. It regularly feeds on hedgehog and can only survive in the proximity of dank underground dwellings.
Animal: GAZUNK
Origin: A marriage between the gazelle and the skunk.
Description: The gazunk is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown jellyfish. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single woodpecker and can only survive in the proximity of murky crypts.
Animal: GERAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gerbil and the gnat.
Description: The gerat is smaller than a typical beaver. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the elephant seal and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: GERCOD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gerbil and the cod.
Description: The gercod is much smaller than an average aardvark. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty nightingale and lives by salty trundle beds.
Animal: GERFINCH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gerbil and the goldfinch.
Description: The gerfinch is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature chicken. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single snail and can be found around whimsical underwater bunkers.
Animal: GERFISH
Origin: A hybrid of the gerbil and the goldfish.
Description: The gerfish is fifty times larger than the standard sand dollar. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty squid and breeds in murky seashores.
Animal: GERKEY
Origin: A marriage between the gerbil and the monkey.
Description: The gerkey is fifty times larger than the standard raven. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single jay, blue and will find a home in and around vast and favorable holes in the ground.
Animal: GERLORIS
Origin: A mashup between the gerbil and the slow loris.
Description: The gerloris is more massive than five dolphin. It can be far more intimidating than an elder okapi and can be found around murky shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GERPIR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gerbil and the tapir.
Description: The gerpir is sometimes found towering over even the tallest tapir. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of flamingo and is likely to be found alongside stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: GERREW
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gerbil and the shrew.
Description: The gerrew is much smaller than an average falcon. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of monkey and can only survive in the proximity of grim underwater bunkers.
Animal: GERTHER
Origin: A hybrid of the gerbil and the panther.
Description: The gerther is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown rabbit. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the raven and lives by cold underground dwellings.
Animal: GERTLE
Origin: A marriage between the gerbil and the turtle.
Description: The gertle is sometimes found towering over even the tallest wombat. It finds solace in the den of the donkey and breeds in stinky bogs.
Animal: GIANTAR
Origin: A marriage between the giant panda and the bear.
Description: The giantar is is not quite as big as a baby bee. It can swallow a whole chinchilla and will find a home in and around humid riverbeds.
Animal: GIANTAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the giant panda and the bear.
Description: The giantar is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of kudu. It finds solace in the den of the sand dollar and breeds in grim rivers.
Animal: GIANTCON
Origin: A hybrid of the giant panda and the falcon.
Description: The giantcon is smaller than a typical stinkbug. It regularly feeds on turkey and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: GIANTEEP
Origin: A mashup between the giant panda and the sheep.
Description: The gianteep is sometimes found towering over even the tallest baboon. It eats buffalo and can only survive in the proximity of whimsical holes in the ground.
Animal: GIRAM
Origin: A mashup between the giraffe and the clam.
Description: The giram is more massive than five hummingbird. It finds solace in the den of the yak and is likely to be found alongside grim shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GIRCEROS
Origin: A marriage between the giraffe and the rhinoceros.
Description: The girceros is bigger than your average oryx. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the hippopotamus and can be found around humid bogs.
Animal: GIRCEROS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the giraffe and the rhinoceros.
Description: The girceros is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature gerbil. It lives on the waste of the oryx and can be found around whimsical holes in the ground.
Animal: GIRKEY
Origin: A marriage between the giraffe and the donkey.
Description: The girkey is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown deer. It finds solace in the den of the buffalo and can be found around freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: GIRLABY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the giraffe and the wallaby.
Description: The girlaby is is not quite as big as a baby partridge. It is a parasite of the ant and is capable of spending its entire life by salty holes in the ground.
Animal: GIRLOPE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the giraffe and the antelope.
Description: The girlope is fifty times larger than the standard leopard. It finds solace in the den of the dragonfly and can only survive in the proximity of stinky rivers.
Animal: GIROSE
Origin: A hybrid of the giraffe and the moose.
Description: The girose is similar in size to the cod. It finds solace in the den of the partridge and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: GIRSH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the giraffe and the fish.
Description: The girsh is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature guinea fowl. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of swan and will only thrive in fluorescent crypts.
Animal: GNALA
Origin: A mashup between the gnat and the koala.
Description: The gnala is more massive than five okapi. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty skunk and is known to frequent damp seashores.
Animal: GNAR
Origin: A hybrid of the gnat and the bear.
Description: The gnar is similar in size to the starling. It can be far more intimidating than an elder narwhal and will only thrive in freezing moss patties.
Animal: GNCEROS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnat and the rhinoceros.
Description: The gnceros is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown salamander. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty hedgehog and is known to frequent vast and favorable rivers.
Animal: GNDER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gnat and the spider.
Description: The gnder is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent lobster. It is a parasite of the panther and will find a home in and around tepid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GNDILLO
Origin: A mashup between the gnat and the armadillo.
Description: The gndillo is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent narwhal. It lives on the waste of the sandpiper and can be found around whimsical rivers.
Animal: GNDOG
Origin: A mashup between the gnat and the dog.
Description: The gndog is much smaller than an average spider. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ox and will find a home in and around vast and favorable rivers.
Animal: GNEHOG
Origin: A hybrid of the gnat and the hedgehog.
Description: The gnehog is smaller than a typical chimpanzee. It lives on the waste of the bear and will find a home in and around fluorescent exotic dungeons.
Animal: GNHANT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnat and the elephant.
Description: The gnhant is is over all squishier than the male okapi. It regularly feeds on hummingbird and will only thrive in damp holes in the ground.
Animal: GNPION
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnat and the scorpion.
Description: The gnpion is sometimes found towering over even the tallest wombat. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty cattle and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GNUAKE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnu and the snake.
Description: The gnuake is smaller than a typical emu. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the swallow and is likely to be found alongside stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: GNUAL
Origin: A hybrid of the gnu and the seal.
Description: The gnual is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent pig. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the rhinoceros and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: GNUEHOG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnu and the hedgehog.
Description: The gnuehog is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature baboon. It can swallow a whole oyster and can only survive in the proximity of tepid underwater bunkers.
Animal: GNUFLY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gnu and the fly.
Description: The gnufly is more massive than five dogfish. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the swallow and can only survive in the proximity of stinky trundle beds.
Animal: GNURM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gnu and the worm.
Description: The gnurm is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown hare. It finds solace in the den of the woodcock and breeds in sour smelling bogs.
Animal: GNVER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gnat and the beaver.
Description: The gnver is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent turtle. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of bee and lives by whimsical seashores.
Animal: GOALA
Origin: A hybrid of the goat and the koala.
Description: The goala is is over all squishier than the male toad. It regularly feeds on goldfinch and will find a home in and around windblown riverbeds.
Animal: GOAR
Origin: A mashup between the goose and the bear.
Description: The goar is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of owl. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of starling and will find a home in and around tepid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GODU
Origin: A marriage between the goat and the kudu.
Description: The godu is much smaller than an average bee. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of elephant and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent bogs.
Animal: GOFALO
Origin: A mashup between the goose and the buffalo.
Description: The gofalo is bigger than your average beaver. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single donkey and is likely to be found alongside grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: GOGLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the goat and the eagle.
Description: The gogle is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent hamster. It can be far more intimidating than an elder locust and breeds in stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: GOGUIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goose and the penguin.
Description: The goguin is sometimes found towering over even the tallest seal. It can be far more intimidating than an elder stinkbug and can be found around sour smelling underwater bunkers.
Animal: GOINGALE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goose and the nightingale.
Description: The goingale is is over all squishier than the male elephant. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of pig and will find a home in and around lime scented bogs.
Animal: GOINGO
Origin: A mashup between the goose and the flamingo.
Description: The goingo is similar in size to the narwhal. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of seal and is capable of spending its entire life by dank underground dwellings.
Animal: GOLDAB
Origin: A mashup between the goldfinch and the crab.
Description: The goldab is is not quite as big as a baby stork. It lives on the waste of the worm and is known to frequent grim seashores.
Animal: GOLDACA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goldfinch and the alpaca.
Description: The goldaca is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature dinosaur. It eats buffalo and will only thrive in cold riverbeds.
Animal: GOLDCKEN
Origin: A marriage between the goldfish and the chicken.
Description: The goldcken is more massive than five spider. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of sandpiper and breeds in windblown seashores.
Animal: GOLDCKEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goldfish and the chicken.
Description: The goldcken is sometimes found towering over even the tallest manatee. It finds solace in the den of the woodcock and can be found around tepid exotic dungeons.
Animal: GOLDDER
Origin: A mashup between the goldfish and the spider.
Description: The goldder is smaller than a typical ass. It finds solace in the den of the kudu and can only survive in the proximity of humid creeks.
Animal: GOLDGNU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goldfinch and the gnu.
Description: The goldgnu is similar in size to the gorilla. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of salamander and will find a home in and around damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GOLDKAL
Origin: A hybrid of the goldfinch and the jackal.
Description: The goldkal is fifty times larger than the standard squid. It lives on the waste of the sea urchin and will only thrive in dank rivers.
Animal: GOLDMUR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the goldfinch and the lemur.
Description: The goldmur is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of jaguar. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty wallaby and is known to frequent stinky seashores.
Animal: GOLDOK
Origin: A hybrid of the goldfinch and the rook.
Description: The goldok is is not quite as big as a baby crab. It finds solace in the den of the dinosaur and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: GOLDPARD
Origin: A mashup between the goldfinch and the leopard.
Description: The goldpard is sometimes found towering over even the tallest elephant. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty eel and breeds in sour smelling holes in the ground.
Animal: GOLDSANT
Origin: A hybrid of the goldfinch and the pheasant.
Description: The goldsant is is not quite as big as a baby dogfish. It lives on the waste of the meerkat and is likely to be found alongside cold bogs.
Animal: GOLDTURE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goldfinch and the vulture.
Description: The goldture is similar in size to the chimpanzee. It regularly feeds on reindeer and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: GOLDUST
Origin: A hybrid of the goldfinch and the locust.
Description: The goldust is is not quite as big as a baby worm. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of mole and can be found around cold bogs.
Animal: GOLDVARK
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goldfinch and the aardvark.
Description: The goldvark is much smaller than an average wombat. It can be far more intimidating than an elder crow and lives by dank bogs.
Animal: GONT SEAL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the goose and the elephant seal.
Description: The gont seal is smaller than a typical sea urchin. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the stinkbug and will find a home in and around whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: GOOUT
Origin: A marriage between the goose and the trout.
Description: The goout is much smaller than an average swan. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the rhinoceros and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling seashores.
Animal: GORANZEE
Origin: A marriage between the gorilla and the chimpanzee.
Description: The goranzee is sometimes found towering over even the tallest beaver. It can make a sound like a turtle and will only thrive in salty trundle beds.
Animal: GORAROO
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gorilla and the kangaroo.
Description: The goraroo is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of hyena. It can swallow a whole goose and can only survive in the proximity of salty seashores.
Animal: GORDEER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gorilla and the reindeer.
Description: The gordeer is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of prairie dog. It can be far more intimidating than an elder guinea fowl and is capable of spending its entire life by vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: GOREEP
Origin: A hybrid of the gorilla and the sheep.
Description: The goreep is is not quite as big as a baby anteater. It finds solace in the den of the komodo dragon and will only thrive in salty crypts.
Animal: GORNK
Origin: A hybrid of the gorilla and the mink.
Description: The gornk is more massive than five snake. It is a parasite of the partridge and breeds in windblown creeks.
Animal: GORONFLY
Origin: A mashup between the gorilla and the dragonfly.
Description: The goronfly is is not quite as big as a baby badger. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single hamster and breeds in lime scented riverbeds.
Animal: GORORSE
Origin: A marriage between the gorilla and the seahorse.
Description: The gororse is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent fox. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of slow loris and breeds in stinky seashores.
Animal: GOSANT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the goose and the pheasant.
Description: The gosant is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent stork. It can swallow a whole crocodile and will find a home in and around vast and favorable bogs.
Animal: GOTER
Origin: A marriage between the goose and the oyster.
Description: The goter is is over all squishier than the male oryx. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the sand dollar and breeds in murky riverbeds.
Animal: GOUAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the goose and the jaguar.
Description: The gouar is is over all squishier than the male mole. It regularly feeds on koala and is known to frequent stinky moss patties.
Animal: GOUID
Origin: A marriage between the goat and the squid.
Description: The gouid is much smaller than an average whale. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of cheetah and is likely to be found alongside tepid creeks.
Animal: GOUSE
Origin: A mashup between the goat and the louse.
Description: The gouse is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of flamingo. It finds solace in the den of the jay and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent exotic dungeons.
Animal: GOUSE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the goose and the louse.
Description: The gouse is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown llama. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single baboon and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GRASSCON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the grasshopper and the falcon.
Description: The grasscon is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature ape. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of red panda and breeds in freezing trundle beds.
Animal: GRASSKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the grasshopper and the monkey.
Description: The grasskey is much smaller than an average goose. It can make a sound like a vulture and will find a home in and around lime scented crypts.
Animal: GRASSORANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the grasshopper and the cormorant.
Description: The grassorant is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown otter. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the frog and will only thrive in murky rivers.
Animal: GRASSOW
Origin: A mashup between the grasshopper and the crow.
Description: The grassow is much smaller than an average dogfish. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of badger and can only survive in the proximity of freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: GRASSSTER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the grasshopper and the hamster.
Description: The grassster is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown swallow. It can swallow a whole monkey and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid moss patties.
Animal: GROELK
Origin: A marriage between the grouse and the elk.
Description: The groelk is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of lemur. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single mink and will only thrive in damp rivers.
Animal: GROFISH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the grouse and the dogfish.
Description: The grofish is fifty times larger than the standard cobra. It can swallow a whole beaver and can only survive in the proximity of whimsical crypts.
Animal: GROHOPPER
Origin: A hybrid of the grouse and the grasshopper.
Description: The grohopper is much smaller than an average duck. It finds solace in the den of the chinchilla and is capable of spending its entire life by murky oceans.
Animal: GROLLOW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the grouse and the swallow.
Description: The grollow is similar in size to the mosquito. It regularly feeds on grouse and is known to frequent damp creeks.
Animal: GROOK
Origin: A mashup between the grouse and the rook.
Description: The grook is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent magpie. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty wolverine and lives by whimsical oceans.
Animal: GRORING
Origin: A hybrid of the grouse and the herring.
Description: The groring is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown elephant seal. It can be far more intimidating than an elder turkey and is likely to be found alongside freezing creeks.
Animal: GROUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the grouse and the mouse.
Description: The grouse is sometimes found towering over even the tallest dolphin. It can be far more intimidating than an elder goose and is likely to be found alongside whimsical underground dwellings.
Animal: GROUST
Origin: A hybrid of the grouse and the locust.
Description: The groust is is over all squishier than the male ostrich. It can be far more intimidating than an elder vulture and is capable of spending its entire life by whimsical holes in the ground.
Animal: GUANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gull and the ant.
Description: The guant is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of gazelle. It can be far more intimidating than an elder jaguar and will only thrive in tepid moss patties.
Animal: GUEN
Origin: A hybrid of the gull and the wren.
Description: The guen is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent dog. It eats komodo dragon and will find a home in and around sour smelling creeks.
Animal: GUER
Origin: A mashup between the gull and the deer.
Description: The guer is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent otter. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty jay, blue and will find a home in and around stinky rivers.
Animal: GUINEANZEE
Origin: A hybrid of the guinea fowl and the chimpanzee.
Description: The guineanzee is fifty times larger than the standard okapi. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of cat and lives by fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: GUINEAR
Origin: A hybrid of the guinea fowl and the boar.
Description: The guinear is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature turtle. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty whale and can only survive in the proximity of murky holes in the ground.
Animal: GUINEAROO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the guinea pig and the kangaroo.
Description: The guinearoo is much smaller than an average sheep. It can swallow a whole owl and breeds in fluorescent creeks.
Animal: GUINECK
Origin: A hybrid of the guinea pig and the duck.
Description: The guineck is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of slow loris. It eats koala and can be found around salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: GUINEGUIN
Origin: A mashup between the guinea pig and the penguin.
Description: The guineguin is bigger than your average jackal. It can be far more intimidating than an elder guinea pig and is known to frequent sour smelling seashores.
Animal: GUINELARD
Origin: A hybrid of the guinea fowl and the mallard.
Description: The guinelard is similar in size to the grasshopper. It can swallow a whole elephant and is known to frequent whimsical creeks.
Animal: GUINEOTE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the guinea pig and the coyote.
Description: The guineote is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature giraffe. It lives on the waste of the wallaby and will find a home in and around grim oceans.
Animal: GUINEPARD
Origin: A marriage between the guinea pig and the leopard.
Description: The guinepard is smaller than a typical magpie. It regularly feeds on stinkbug and will find a home in and around murky trundle beds.
Animal: GUINEPIPER
Origin: A hybrid of the guinea fowl and the sandpiper.
Description: The guinepiper is similar in size to the lyrebird. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty swallow and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid underwater bunkers.
Animal: GUINERET
Origin: A marriage between the guinea fowl and the ferret.
Description: The guineret is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of sea urchin. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of wolverine and will only thrive in murky bogs.
Animal: GUINESEL
Origin: A marriage between the guinea pig and the weasel.
Description: The guinesel is bigger than your average shark. It can be far more intimidating than an elder caterpillar and lives by tepid holes in the ground.
Animal: GUINETER
Origin: A mashup between the guinea fowl and the otter.
Description: The guineter is much smaller than an average camel. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the guinea pig and will only thrive in vast and favorable moss patties.
Animal: GULION
Origin: A mashup between the gull and the sea lion.
Description: The gulion is sometimes found towering over even the tallest trout. It eats slow loris and can be found around freezing underwater bunkers.
Animal: GUPANDA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the gull and the red panda.
Description: The gupanda is more massive than five lobster. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of deer and will only thrive in lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: GURAM
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the gull and the ram.
Description: The guram is sometimes found towering over even the tallest wombat. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of scorpion and is capable of spending its entire life by whimsical bogs.
Animal: HAAKE
Origin: A hybrid of the hawk and the snake.
Description: The haake is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature crab. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of grasshopper and is capable of spending its entire life by dank oceans.
Animal: HABIT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hawk and the rabbit.
Description: The habit is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of squid. It can swallow a whole leopard and can only survive in the proximity of freezing oceans.
Animal: HACOCK
Origin: A marriage between the hare and the woodcock.
Description: The hacock is fifty times larger than the standard water buffalo. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of mink and can be found around sour smelling crypts.
Animal: HAFISH
Origin: A hybrid of the hare and the dogfish.
Description: The hafish is fifty times larger than the standard oyster. It lives on the waste of the cockroach and can only survive in the proximity of stinky exotic dungeons.
Animal: HAGER
Origin: A marriage between the hare and the tiger.
Description: The hager is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown elephant seal. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of elk and can be found around damp crypts.
Animal: HAIE DOG
Origin: A mashup between the hare and the prairie dog.
Description: The haie dog is is over all squishier than the male heron. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty scorpion and is capable of spending its entire life by salty bogs.
Animal: HAMAIL
Origin: A marriage between the hamster and the quail.
Description: The hamail is is not quite as big as a baby herring. It can swallow a whole alpaca and will find a home in and around grim riverbeds.
Animal: HAMAROO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hamster and the kangaroo.
Description: The hamaroo is bigger than your average pheasant. It eats parrot and breeds in damp riverbeds.
Animal: HAMJAY
Origin: A hybrid of the hamster and the jay.
Description: The hamjay is is not quite as big as a baby squid. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the aardvark and will find a home in and around grim shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HAMON
Origin: A hybrid of the hamster and the lion.
Description: The hamon is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of loris. It is a parasite of the alpaca and will find a home in and around grim moss patties.
Animal: HAMPHIN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hamster and the dolphin.
Description: The hamphin is similar in size to the cormorant. It finds solace in the den of the finch and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HAMSEL
Origin: A mashup between the hamster and the weasel.
Description: The hamsel is bigger than your average stingray. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single gorilla and breeds in murky riverbeds.
Animal: HAMTHER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hamster and the panther.
Description: The hamther is fifty times larger than the standard seahorse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of pony and can only survive in the proximity of tepid exotic dungeons.
Animal: HAODILE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hare and the crocodile.
Description: The haodile is is not quite as big as a baby elephant. It can swallow a whole lark and lives by sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: HAOG
Origin: A mashup between the hawk and the frog.
Description: The haog is similar in size to the shrimp. It regularly feeds on dragonfly and can be found around murky trundle beds.
Animal: HAROT
Origin: A marriage between the hawk and the parrot.
Description: The harot is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of buffalo. It is a parasite of the camel and lives by fluorescent shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HASH
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hawk and the fish.
Description: The hash is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature donkey. It can be far more intimidating than an elder lemur and can be found around lime scented trundle beds.
Animal: HAUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hawk and the mouse.
Description: The hause is more massive than five red panda. It eats peafowl and will only thrive in fluorescent riverbeds.
Animal: HEA FOWL
Origin: A marriage between the heron and the guinea fowl.
Description: The hea fowl is much smaller than an average chicken. It can be far more intimidating than an elder sheep and can only survive in the proximity of damp riverbeds.
Animal: HEAKE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the heron and the snake.
Description: The heake is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of wolf. It eats turtle and can be found around lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: HEAMA
Origin: A mashup between the heron and the llama.
Description: The heama is more massive than five elk. It lives on the waste of the woodcock and breeds in stinky shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HEDEER
Origin: A mashup between the heron and the red deer.
Description: The hedeer is sometimes found towering over even the tallest emu. It can make a sound like a grouse and lives by cold underground dwellings.
Animal: HEDGBUFFALO
Origin: A marriage between the hedgehog and the water buffalo.
Description: The hedgbuffalo is bigger than your average caribou. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single cockroach and is likely to be found alongside stinky riverbeds.
Animal: HEDGINGALE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hedgehog and the nightingale.
Description: The hedgingale is smaller than a typical seal. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of oyster and will find a home in and around stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: HEDGKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the hedgehog and the turkey.
Description: The hedgkey is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature rook. It eats walrus and can only survive in the proximity of damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HEDGLING
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hedgehog and the starling.
Description: The hedgling is sometimes found towering over even the tallest swan. It lives on the waste of the buffalo and breeds in vast and favorable underwater bunkers.
Animal: HEDGLION
Origin: A marriage between the hedgehog and the sea lion.
Description: The hedglion is is over all squishier than the male gorilla. It lives on the waste of the okapi and will only thrive in damp riverbeds.
Animal: HEDGOTAMUS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hedgehog and the hippopotamus.
Description: The hedgotamus is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown jellyfish. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of squirrel and is likely to be found alongside stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: HEDGRCHIN
Origin: A mashup between the hedgehog and the sea urchin.
Description: The hedgrchin is much smaller than an average cheetah. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the manatee and breeds in damp underground dwellings.
Animal: HEDGRREL
Origin: A hybrid of the hedgehog and the squirrel.
Description: The hedgrrel is is over all squishier than the male cod. It finds solace in the den of the toad and will find a home in and around damp seashores.
Animal: HEDGSP
Origin: A hybrid of the hedgehog and the wasp.
Description: The hedgsp is is not quite as big as a baby gorilla. It can swallow a whole lyrebird and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive exotic dungeons.
Animal: HEEHOG
Origin: A hybrid of the heron and the hedgehog.
Description: The heehog is much smaller than an average manatee. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the dolphin and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive underwater bunkers.
Animal: HEOSE
Origin: A mashup between the heron and the moose.
Description: The heose is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent trout. It eats snail and can be found around damp trundle beds.
Animal: HEOWL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the heron and the owl.
Description: The heowl is fifty times larger than the standard komodo dragon. It regularly feeds on weasel and is likely to be found alongside dank bogs.
Animal: HERBIL
Origin: A hybrid of the herring and the gerbil.
Description: The herbil is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature parrot. It is a parasite of the oyster and can be found around windblown oceans.
Animal: HIPPOPAPE
Origin: A marriage between the hippopotamus and the ape.
Description: The hippopape is more massive than five mouse. It eats alpaca and will only thrive in damp underwater bunkers.
Animal: HIPPOPBRA
Origin: A marriage between the hippopotamus and the zebra.
Description: The hippopbra is is not quite as big as a baby badger. It finds solace in the den of the raccoon and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: HIPPOPDEER
Origin: A marriage between the hippopotamus and the red deer.
Description: The hippopdeer is is over all squishier than the male eagle. It finds solace in the den of the toad and is likely to be found alongside salty seashores.
Animal: HIPPOPLARD
Origin: A marriage between the hippopotamus and the mallard.
Description: The hippoplard is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown lyrebird. It can make a sound like a snail and will only thrive in grim oceans.
Animal: HIPPOPLE
Origin: A mashup between the hippopotamus and the mule.
Description: The hippople is similar in size to the porcupine. It regularly feeds on chicken and lives by freezing trundle beds.
Animal: HIPPOPPANDA
Origin: A marriage between the hippopotamus and the red panda.
Description: The hippoppanda is similar in size to the alpaca. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of goat and will only thrive in dank underground dwellings.
Animal: HIPPOPVE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hippopotamus and the dove.
Description: The hippopve is fifty times larger than the standard beaver. It finds solace in the den of the beaver and lives by humid rivers.
Animal: HOELK
Origin: A hybrid of the horse and the elk.
Description: The hoelk is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent reindeer. It can be far more intimidating than an elder llama and is likely to be found alongside murky trundle beds.
Animal: HOOON
Origin: A mashup between the horse and the baboon.
Description: The hooon is sometimes found towering over even the tallest ape. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the donkey and is likely to be found alongside humid seashores.
Animal: HOOTAMUS
Origin: A marriage between the horse and the hippopotamus.
Description: The hootamus is is over all squishier than the male chinchilla. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the antelope and will only thrive in windblown shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HOPARD
Origin: A mashup between the horse and the leopard.
Description: The hopard is fifty times larger than the standard clam. It eats stork and will only thrive in lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: HORAKE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hornet and the snake.
Description: The horake is sometimes found towering over even the tallest manatee. It lives on the waste of the dinosaur and is known to frequent gross but not altogether repulsive underwater bunkers.
Animal: HORAT
Origin: A marriage between the hornet and the goat.
Description: The horat is bigger than your average guinea pig. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single seahorse and can be found around grim crypts.
Animal: HOROISE
Origin: A hybrid of the hornet and the porpoise.
Description: The horoise is fifty times larger than the standard clam. It finds solace in the den of the herring and can be found around cold trundle beds.
Animal: HORSANT
Origin: A hybrid of the hornet and the pheasant.
Description: The horsant is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of stork. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of giant panda and can be found around grim bogs.
Animal: HORTLE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hornet and the turtle.
Description: The hortle is similar in size to the starling. It can be far more intimidating than an elder cockroach and will only thrive in damp trundle beds.
Animal: HORWHAL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hornet and the narwhal.
Description: The horwhal is fifty times larger than the standard marten. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty pheasant and is capable of spending its entire life by salty crypts.
Animal: HUANDER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the human and the salamander.
Description: The huander is bigger than your average squirrel. It is a parasite of the ant and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive underground dwellings.
Animal: HUAPE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the human and the ape.
Description: The huape is sometimes found towering over even the tallest wolverine. It finds solace in the den of the caribou and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: HUCOD
Origin: A hybrid of the human and the cod.
Description: The hucod is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature sea urchin. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the turtle and can be found around stinky trundle beds.
Animal: HUFOWL
Origin: A marriage between the human and the peafowl.
Description: The hufowl is is over all squishier than the male monkey. It regularly feeds on penguin and will only thrive in damp exotic dungeons.
Animal: HUFOWL
Origin: A mashup between the human and the peafowl.
Description: The hufowl is much smaller than an average louse. It eats goldfish and can be found around damp underwater bunkers.
Animal: HUMITE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the human and the termite.
Description: The humite is fifty times larger than the standard alpaca. It finds solace in the den of the anteater and is likely to be found alongside grim moss patties.
Animal: HUMMIAD
Origin: A marriage between the hummingbird and the toad.
Description: The hummiad is bigger than your average coyote. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of sardine and will find a home in and around salty shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HUMMIANE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hummingbird and the crane.
Description: The hummiane is bigger than your average lobster. It is a parasite of the jay, blue and is known to frequent dank trundle beds.
Animal: HUMMIAT
Origin: A mashup between the hummingbird and the gnat.
Description: The hummiat is fifty times larger than the standard chicken. It finds solace in the den of the pelican and is likely to be found alongside lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: HUMMICON
Origin: A mashup between the hummingbird and the falcon.
Description: The hummicon is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature anteater. It is a parasite of the mink and lives by humid riverbeds.
Animal: HUMMIDER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hummingbird and the spider.
Description: The hummider is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent crocodile. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single crane and is likely to be found alongside humid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HUMMIILLA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hummingbird and the gorilla.
Description: The hummiilla is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent aardvark. It can be far more intimidating than an elder walrus and will only thrive in lime scented riverbeds.
Animal: HUMMILARD
Origin: A marriage between the hummingbird and the mallard.
Description: The hummilard is bigger than your average hare. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dolphin and will only thrive in windblown riverbeds.
Animal: HUMMIODILE
Origin: A hybrid of the hummingbird and the crocodile.
Description: The hummiodile is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown aardvark. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single newt and is likely to be found alongside murky underground dwellings.
Animal: HUMMIUPINE
Origin: A marriage between the hummingbird and the porcupine.
Description: The hummiupine is bigger than your average baboon. It lives on the waste of the lion and will find a home in and around damp underwater bunkers.
Animal: HUOK
Origin: A mashup between the human and the rook.
Description: The huok is smaller than a typical ferret. It lives on the waste of the horse and is likely to be found alongside whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: HUOK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the human and the rook.
Description: The huok is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown peafowl. It can make a sound like a deer and will find a home in and around vast and favorable oceans.
Animal: HUVEN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the human and the raven.
Description: The huven is is over all squishier than the male jackal. It can swallow a whole red panda and is known to frequent damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: HY DRAGON
Origin: A mashup between the hyena and the komodo dragon.
Description: The hy dragon is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown wasp. It regularly feeds on pelican and is known to frequent damp moss patties.
Animal: HYAROO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hyena and the kangaroo.
Description: The hyaroo is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of prairie dog. It can be far more intimidating than an elder armadillo and will only thrive in tepid bogs.
Animal: HYATER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hyena and the anteater.
Description: The hyater is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent horse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of whale and lives by grim bogs.
Animal: HYEEP
Origin: A hybrid of the hyena and the sheep.
Description: The hyeep is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown dog. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the porcupine and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent riverbeds.
Animal: HYHOPPER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hyena and the grasshopper.
Description: The hyhopper is smaller than a typical deer. It can be far more intimidating than an elder leopard and can be found around damp seashores.
Animal: HYMON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the hyena and the salmon.
Description: The hymon is is not quite as big as a baby wolverine. It can swallow a whole beaver and is capable of spending its entire life by murky creeks.
Animal: HYNT SEAL
Origin: A hybrid of the hyena and the elephant seal.
Description: The hynt seal is more massive than five skunk. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of shrew and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive underwater bunkers.
Animal: HYRUS
Origin: A mashup between the hyena and the walrus.
Description: The hyrus is is over all squishier than the male gull. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the clam and lives by murky creeks.
Animal: HYSTER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the hyena and the hamster.
Description: The hyster is is over all squishier than the male grouse. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of elephant and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: JACAM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jackal and the clam.
Description: The jacam is more massive than five walrus. It eats mink and can be found around windblown underground dwellings.
Animal: JACAMA
Origin: A marriage between the jackal and the llama.
Description: The jacama is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown sandpiper. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of mosquito and is known to frequent dank seashores.
Animal: JACAMA
Origin: A mashup between the jackal and the llama.
Description: The jacama is smaller than a typical stingray. It lives on the waste of the swan and breeds in whimsical moss patties.
Animal: JACBAT
Origin: A mashup between the jackal and the bat.
Description: The jacbat is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of sheep. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the prairie dog and can be found around grim crypts.
Animal: JACEEL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jackal and the eel.
Description: The jaceel is fifty times larger than the standard monkey. It can be far more intimidating than an elder lemur and can be found around fluorescent creeks.
Animal: JACFISH
Origin: A hybrid of the jackal and the goldfish.
Description: The jacfish is much smaller than an average chinchilla. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single cobra and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent trundle beds.
Animal: JACLARD
Origin: A hybrid of the jackal and the mallard.
Description: The jaclard is similar in size to the fox. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single skunk and can be found around freezing underwater bunkers.
Animal: JACNT SEAL
Origin: A marriage between the jackal and the elephant seal.
Description: The jacnt seal is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown goldfish. It regularly feeds on squirrel and will only thrive in grim rivers.
Animal: JACRIDGE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the jackal and the partridge.
Description: The jacridge is more massive than five turkey. It is a parasite of the bee and will only thrive in lime scented moss patties.
Animal: JAGAR
Origin: A marriage between the jaguar and the boar.
Description: The jagar is similar in size to the mosquito. It regularly feeds on dog and will only thrive in grim seashores.
Animal: JAGAR
Origin: A mashup between the jaguar and the bear.
Description: The jagar is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of cattle. It can be far more intimidating than an elder ant and is likely to be found alongside humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: JAGEHOG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the jaguar and the hedgehog.
Description: The jagehog is similar in size to the raven. It can be far more intimidating than an elder porpoise and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent exotic dungeons.
Animal: JAGIBOU
Origin: A mashup between the jaguar and the caribou.
Description: The jagibou is smaller than a typical whale. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of seal and is known to frequent humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: JAGMEL
Origin: A marriage between the jaguar and the camel.
Description: The jagmel is smaller than a typical otter. It finds solace in the den of the ram and lives by tepid oceans.
Animal: JAGPHIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jaguar and the dolphin.
Description: The jagphin is fifty times larger than the standard caribou. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the hare and lives by tepid moss patties.
Animal: JAGRET
Origin: A marriage between the jaguar and the ferret.
Description: The jagret is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown hyena. It can make a sound like a moose and can be found around tepid oceans.
Animal: JAGRKAT
Origin: A mashup between the jaguar and the meerkat.
Description: The jagrkat is smaller than a typical sand dollar. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the meerkat and is likely to be found alongside freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: JAY,AR
Origin: A hybrid of the jay, blue and the bear.
Description: The jay,ar is more massive than five anteater. It can be far more intimidating than an elder prairie dog and can be found around murky moss patties.
Animal: JAY,ASS
Origin: A marriage between the jay, blue and the ass.
Description: The jay,ass is smaller than a typical gazelle. It regularly feeds on viper and will find a home in and around vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: JAY,BUFFALO
Origin: A marriage between the jay, blue and the water buffalo.
Description: The jay,buffalo is smaller than a typical skunk. It finds solace in the den of the anteater and breeds in lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: JAY,IBOU
Origin: A mashup between the jay, blue and the caribou.
Description: The jay,ibou is much smaller than an average dolphin. It regularly feeds on llama and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent creeks.
Animal: JAY,LL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jay, blue and the gull.
Description: The jay,ll is similar in size to the loris. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single grasshopper and can be found around grim underground dwellings.
Animal: JAY,NK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the jay, blue and the mink.
Description: The jay,nk is more massive than five coyote. It finds solace in the den of the rook and lives by dank rivers.
Animal: JAY,SEL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the jay, blue and the weasel.
Description: The jay,sel is much smaller than an average chimpanzee. It can make a sound like a otter and can be found around damp exotic dungeons.
Animal: JAY,USE
Origin: A marriage between the jay, blue and the mouse.
Description: The jay,use is much smaller than an average crow. It can be far more intimidating than an elder ox and is known to frequent sour smelling bogs.
Animal: JAYFOX
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jay and the fox.
Description: The jayfox is much smaller than an average koala. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the woodcock and is capable of spending its entire life by windblown crypts.
Animal: JAYLABY
Origin: A hybrid of the jay and the wallaby.
Description: The jaylaby is more massive than five lark. It finds solace in the den of the jay and will only thrive in grim rivers.
Animal: JAYPER
Origin: A mashup between the jay and the viper.
Description: The jayper is smaller than a typical albatross. It regularly feeds on nightingale and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: JAYUID
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jay and the squid.
Description: The jayuid is much smaller than an average bison. It is a parasite of the rabbit and is known to frequent cold trundle beds.
Animal: JELLANDER
Origin: A mashup between the jellyfish and the salamander.
Description: The jellander is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature albatross. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the trout and breeds in lime scented underwater bunkers.
Animal: JELLBAT
Origin: A marriage between the jellyfish and the wombat.
Description: The jellbat is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown dinosaur. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of raccoon and is known to frequent salty creeks.
Animal: JELLERFLY
Origin: A marriage between the jellyfish and the butterfly.
Description: The jellerfly is smaller than a typical raccoon. It can swallow a whole kangaroo and is likely to be found alongside whimsical oceans.
Animal: JELLWHAL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the jellyfish and the narwhal.
Description: The jellwhal is similar in size to the shark. It can make a sound like a ferret and will find a home in and around lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: KANGATEE
Origin: A marriage between the kangaroo and the manatee.
Description: The kangatee is is not quite as big as a baby armadillo. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single hyena and is known to frequent salty oceans.
Animal: KANGBIL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the kangaroo and the gerbil.
Description: The kangbil is fifty times larger than the standard monkey. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single alligator and breeds in cold underground dwellings.
Animal: KANGDEER
Origin: A mashup between the kangaroo and the red deer.
Description: The kangdeer is sometimes found towering over even the tallest swan. It lives on the waste of the salmon and can be found around grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: KANGKEY
Origin: A marriage between the kangaroo and the turkey.
Description: The kangkey is bigger than your average manatee. It regularly feeds on cattle and can be found around dank rivers.
Animal: KANGORANT
Origin: A mashup between the kangaroo and the cormorant.
Description: The kangorant is similar in size to the anteater. It lives on the waste of the reindeer and is likely to be found alongside damp seashores.
Animal: KANGRCHIN
Origin: A hybrid of the kangaroo and the sea urchin.
Description: The kangrchin is is not quite as big as a baby camel. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ant and breeds in lime scented shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: KOGNU
Origin: A marriage between the koala and the gnu.
Description: The kognu is much smaller than an average goat. It finds solace in the den of the komodo dragon and will find a home in and around vast and favorable holes in the ground.
Animal: KOLARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the koala and the mallard.
Description: The kolard is sometimes found towering over even the tallest beaver. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty flamingo and lives by freezing moss patties.
Animal: KOMODOAPI
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the komodo dragon and the okapi.
Description: The komodoapi is more massive than five lark. It finds solace in the den of the human and is likely to be found alongside humid seashores.
Animal: KOMODOCOD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the komodo dragon and the cod.
Description: The komodocod is bigger than your average kudu. It regularly feeds on magpie and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: KOMODOLABY
Origin: A mashup between the komodo dragon and the wallaby.
Description: The komodolaby is similar in size to the llama. It is a parasite of the fox and is known to frequent grim underwater bunkers.
Animal: KOMODORUS
Origin: A hybrid of the komodo dragon and the walrus.
Description: The komodorus is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of mole. It is a parasite of the scorpion and is known to frequent stinky holes in the ground.
Animal: KONGBIRD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the koala and the hummingbird.
Description: The kongbird is bigger than your average grouse. It can make a sound like a barracuda and lives by cold seashores.
Animal: KUGNU
Origin: A marriage between the kudu and the gnu.
Description: The kugnu is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of seal. It finds solace in the den of the rhinoceros and is known to frequent damp creeks.
Animal: KUINGO
Origin: A mashup between the kudu and the flamingo.
Description: The kuingo is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of bison. It can swallow a whole cobra and can only survive in the proximity of murky underwater bunkers.
Animal: KUREW
Origin: A marriage between the kudu and the shrew.
Description: The kurew is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent aardvark. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the locust and will find a home in and around sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: KURON
Origin: A marriage between the kudu and the heron.
Description: The kuron is is not quite as big as a baby porpoise. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single anteater and can only survive in the proximity of salty shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: KUSAUR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the kudu and the dinosaur.
Description: The kusaur is is not quite as big as a baby sea urchin. It regularly feeds on camel and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: KUTER
Origin: A mashup between the kudu and the oyster.
Description: The kuter is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature dogfish. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single emu and is known to frequent cold riverbeds.
Animal: KUUID
Origin: A marriage between the kudu and the squid.
Description: The kuuid is smaller than a typical albatross. It is a parasite of the caribou and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent riverbeds.
Animal: KUVE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the kudu and the dove.
Description: The kuve is much smaller than an average bat. It can swallow a whole ant and lives by humid seashores.
Animal: KUWT
Origin: A marriage between the kudu and the newt.
Description: The kuwt is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent finch. It eats ape and is capable of spending its entire life by sour smelling underwater bunkers.
Animal: KUYAK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the kudu and the yak.
Description: The kuyak is smaller than a typical chimpanzee. It can swallow a whole pheasant and is capable of spending its entire life by salty bogs.
Animal: LAALA
Origin: A hybrid of the lark and the koala.
Description: The laala is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature swan. It regularly feeds on rat and is likely to be found alongside humid creeks.
Animal: LAANDER
Origin: A mashup between the lark and the salamander.
Description: The laander is similar in size to the lion. It is a parasite of the lyrebird and can only survive in the proximity of freezing riverbeds.
Animal: LAANDER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lark and the salamander.
Description: The laander is much smaller than an average seahorse. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of goldfish and breeds in tepid trundle beds.
Animal: LABIL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lark and the gerbil.
Description: The labil is is over all squishier than the male shrimp. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty elephant seal and can be found around lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: LACOON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lark and the raccoon.
Description: The lacoon is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown salamander. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty lion and is capable of spending its entire life by vast and favorable seashores.
Animal: LAKEY
Origin: A mashup between the lark and the turkey.
Description: The lakey is is not quite as big as a baby turtle. It finds solace in the den of the heron and can be found around humid riverbeds.
Animal: LAKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lark and the turkey.
Description: The lakey is much smaller than an average ferret. It can swallow a whole frog and breeds in grim underground dwellings.
Animal: LALE
Origin: A marriage between the lark and the mule.
Description: The lale is is over all squishier than the male sea urchin. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty moose and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky oceans.
Animal: LAORSE
Origin: A hybrid of the lark and the seahorse.
Description: The laorse is sometimes found towering over even the tallest goose. It can be far more intimidating than an elder parrot and breeds in grim shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: LAOUT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lark and the trout.
Description: The laout is much smaller than an average human. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single kangaroo and is likely to be found alongside freezing bogs.
Animal: LAOW
Origin: A hybrid of the lark and the crow.
Description: The laow is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent cat. It lives on the waste of the quail and is capable of spending its entire life by cold rivers.
Animal: LASP
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lark and the wasp.
Description: The lasp is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature snake. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of vulture and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent creeks.
Animal: LECOD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lemur and the cod.
Description: The lecod is more massive than five red panda. It can swallow a whole walrus and is known to frequent grim underground dwellings.
Animal: LEFALO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lemur and the buffalo.
Description: The lefalo is much smaller than an average sea urchin. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the badger and will find a home in and around whimsical underwater bunkers.
Animal: LENET
Origin: A mashup between the lemur and the hornet.
Description: The lenet is smaller than a typical eel. It can make a sound like a raven and will only thrive in windblown moss patties.
Animal: LENT SEAL
Origin: A marriage between the lemur and the elephant seal.
Description: The lent seal is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of marten. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the cod and can only survive in the proximity of freezing underground dwellings.
Animal: LEO DRAGON
Origin: A marriage between the leopard and the komodo dragon.
Description: The leo dragon is more massive than five llama. It finds solace in the den of the mule and breeds in tepid creeks.
Animal: LEOAB
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the leopard and the crab.
Description: The leoab is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature beaver. It is a parasite of the reindeer and can be found around salty trundle beds.
Animal: LEOBRA
Origin: A hybrid of the leopard and the zebra.
Description: The leobra is is over all squishier than the male weasel. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of turkey and lives by windblown underground dwellings.
Animal: LEOENA
Origin: A hybrid of the leopard and the hyena.
Description: The leoena is smaller than a typical penguin. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single gazelle and is known to frequent fluorescent rivers.
Animal: LEOGER
Origin: A hybrid of the leopard and the badger.
Description: The leoger is is over all squishier than the male eel. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of mouse and is known to frequent vast and favorable moss patties.
Animal: LEOTE
Origin: A mashup between the lemur and the coyote.
Description: The leote is is over all squishier than the male chinchilla. It can make a sound like a hamster and is likely to be found alongside salty moss patties.
Animal: LEOTLE
Origin: A marriage between the leopard and the cattle.
Description: The leotle is smaller than a typical sea lion. It eats butterfly and is known to frequent salty creeks.
Animal: LERCHIN
Origin: A marriage between the lemur and the sea urchin.
Description: The lerchin is more massive than five yak. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of weasel and will only thrive in vast and favorable oceans.
Animal: LERIDGE
Origin: A mashup between the lemur and the partridge.
Description: The leridge is is not quite as big as a baby trout. It is a parasite of the seal and is known to frequent murky trundle beds.
Animal: LESTER
Origin: A mashup between the lemur and the hamster.
Description: The lester is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent alligator. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the bison and lives by vast and favorable underwater bunkers.
Animal: LI DRAGON
Origin: A hybrid of the lion and the komodo dragon.
Description: The li dragon is is not quite as big as a baby flamingo. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the shrimp and will find a home in and around tepid holes in the ground.
Animal: LIANDER
Origin: A marriage between the lion and the salamander.
Description: The liander is more massive than five falcon. It can be far more intimidating than an elder dinosaur and is known to frequent tepid seashores.
Animal: LIANZEE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lion and the chimpanzee.
Description: The lianzee is similar in size to the penguin. It can be far more intimidating than an elder turkey and lives by windblown trundle beds.
Animal: LIDER
Origin: A hybrid of the lion and the spider.
Description: The lider is is not quite as big as a baby zebra. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of shrimp and will only thrive in lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: LIIE DOG
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the lion and the prairie dog.
Description: The liie dog is similar in size to the ostrich. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the reindeer and lives by humid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: LIMEL
Origin: A mashup between the lion and the camel.
Description: The limel is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature dinosaur. It can be far more intimidating than an elder leopard and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid rivers.
Animal: LIPARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lion and the leopard.
Description: The lipard is similar in size to the crocodile. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the narwhal and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid seashores.
Animal: LIPIE
Origin: A marriage between the lion and the magpie.
Description: The lipie is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent flamingo. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single fox and is known to frequent stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: LIRSE
Origin: A mashup between the lion and the horse.
Description: The lirse is sometimes found towering over even the tallest dinosaur. It can make a sound like a shrew and is capable of spending its entire life by gross but not altogether repulsive crypts.
Animal: LLECKER
Origin: A marriage between the llama and the woodpecker.
Description: The llecker is smaller than a typical caterpillar. It is a parasite of the jaguar and will only thrive in grim holes in the ground.
Animal: LLFINCH
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the llama and the goldfinch.
Description: The llfinch is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of gazelle. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of sardine and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky oceans.
Animal: LLMITE
Origin: A hybrid of the llama and the termite.
Description: The llmite is is over all squishier than the male cheetah. It can be far more intimidating than an elder lark and is capable of spending its entire life by vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: LLNGBIRD
Origin: A hybrid of the llama and the hummingbird.
Description: The llngbird is bigger than your average seal. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of hornet and is capable of spending its entire life by windblown shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: LLOX
Origin: A marriage between the llama and the ox.
Description: The llox is is not quite as big as a baby seahorse. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the eagle and will only thrive in salty oceans.
Animal: LLRICH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the llama and the ostrich.
Description: The llrich is sometimes found towering over even the tallest llama. It can be far more intimidating than an elder wasp and is capable of spending its entire life by cold creeks.
Animal: LLRKAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the llama and the meerkat.
Description: The llrkat is much smaller than an average turkey. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the yak and will only thrive in cold crypts.
Animal: LLVE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the llama and the dove.
Description: The llve is is not quite as big as a baby caterpillar. It lives on the waste of the antelope and will find a home in and around salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: LOACUDA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the louse and the barracuda.
Description: The loacuda is fifty times larger than the standard raccoon. It can swallow a whole jay and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: LOALE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the loris and the whale.
Description: The loale is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature bear. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of goldfinch and is known to frequent freezing shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: LOATEE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the loris and the manatee.
Description: The loatee is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown horse. It eats octopus and can only survive in the proximity of dank creeks.
Animal: LOB PANDA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lobster and the giant panda.
Description: The lob panda is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown jay. It finds solace in the den of the armadillo and is capable of spending its entire life by grim crypts.
Animal: LOBBIRD
Origin: A hybrid of the lobster and the lyrebird.
Description: The lobbird is smaller than a typical zebra. It can swallow a whole woodpecker and will find a home in and around windblown bogs.
Animal: LOBIT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the loris and the rabbit.
Description: The lobit is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown cockroach. It eats sea urchin and is capable of spending its entire life by windblown bogs.
Animal: LOBMEL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lobster and the camel.
Description: The lobmel is fifty times larger than the standard fox. It is a parasite of the stinkbug and can only survive in the proximity of windblown underwater bunkers.
Animal: LOBMUR
Origin: A marriage between the lobster and the lemur.
Description: The lobmur is similar in size to the nightingale. It eats grasshopper and can be found around cold creeks.
Animal: LOBOSE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lobster and the moose.
Description: The lobose is smaller than a typical anteater. It eats antelope and can only survive in the proximity of stinky rivers.
Animal: LOBSH
Origin: A marriage between the lobster and the fish.
Description: The lobsh is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent caribou. It regularly feeds on frog and is likely to be found alongside dank bogs.
Animal: LOBWK
Origin: A mashup between the lobster and the hawk.
Description: The lobwk is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown opossum. It can swallow a whole ox and can be found around sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: LOCAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the loris and the cat.
Description: The locat is much smaller than an average elephant. It is a parasite of the woodcock and can be found around windblown crypts.
Animal: LOCCON
Origin: A marriage between the locust and the falcon.
Description: The loccon is fifty times larger than the standard monkey. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of elephant seal and will only thrive in whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: LOCEROS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the louse and the rhinoceros.
Description: The loceros is much smaller than an average cattle. It can make a sound like a walrus and is likely to be found alongside dank underground dwellings.
Animal: LOCETAH
Origin: A hybrid of the locust and the cheetah.
Description: The locetah is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent armadillo. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single guinea pig and will find a home in and around murky oceans.
Animal: LOCPILLAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the locust and the caterpillar.
Description: The locpillar is similar in size to the salamander. It regularly feeds on elephant seal and breeds in whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: LOCRET
Origin: A mashup between the locust and the ferret.
Description: The locret is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent oyster. It can make a sound like a chimpanzee and will find a home in and around damp seashores.
Animal: LODEER
Origin: A mashup between the loris and the reindeer.
Description: The lodeer is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent camel. It can be far more intimidating than an elder fly and lives by fluorescent trundle beds.
Animal: LODOG
Origin: A marriage between the loris and the dog.
Description: The lodog is bigger than your average bee. It regularly feeds on sandpiper and is likely to be found alongside whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: LOEHOG
Origin: A hybrid of the louse and the hedgehog.
Description: The loehog is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of salmon. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty hedgehog and will only thrive in whimsical moss patties.
Animal: LOGER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the loris and the tiger.
Description: The loger is similar in size to the crow. It can swallow a whole mule and is capable of spending its entire life by murky seashores.
Animal: LOORK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the loris and the stork.
Description: The loork is is over all squishier than the male hippopotamus. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty ox and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid oceans.
Animal: LOOTE
Origin: A mashup between the loris and the coyote.
Description: The loote is smaller than a typical mink. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of alpaca and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented seashores.
Animal: LORING
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the loris and the herring.
Description: The loring is bigger than your average frog. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single manatee and is likely to be found alongside sour smelling creeks.
Animal: LOROT
Origin: A mashup between the loris and the parrot.
Description: The lorot is more massive than five cockroach. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty viper and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive holes in the ground.
Animal: LOUITO
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the loris and the mosquito.
Description: The louito is similar in size to the gnat. It can swallow a whole goose and is known to frequent gross but not altogether repulsive seashores.
Animal: LYRECAT
Origin: A mashup between the lyrebird and the cat.
Description: The lyrecat is bigger than your average elephant. It can swallow a whole pheasant and breeds in stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: LYRECEROS
Origin: A mashup between the lyrebird and the rhinoceros.
Description: The lyreceros is more massive than five penguin. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of hedgehog and lives by stinky creeks.
Animal: LYREDER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the lyrebird and the spider.
Description: The lyreder is smaller than a typical fish. It is a parasite of the wolverine and will find a home in and around dank seashores.
Animal: LYREHILLA
Origin: A hybrid of the lyrebird and the chinchilla.
Description: The lyrehilla is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature camel. It can be far more intimidating than an elder opossum and is known to frequent windblown trundle beds.
Animal: LYREKBUG
Origin: A hybrid of the lyrebird and the stinkbug.
Description: The lyrekbug is much smaller than an average marten. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty quail and will find a home in and around dank trundle beds.
Animal: LYRESTER
Origin: A mashup between the lyrebird and the hamster.
Description: The lyrester is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent oryx. It lives on the waste of the mouse and is likely to be found alongside grim bogs.
Animal: LYREUPINE
Origin: A marriage between the lyrebird and the porcupine.
Description: The lyreupine is bigger than your average chimpanzee. It regularly feeds on sheep and is likely to be found alongside salty trundle beds.
Animal: MAGECKER
Origin: A marriage between the magpie and the woodpecker.
Description: The magecker is is over all squishier than the male vulture. It eats sheep and can only survive in the proximity of damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MAGEMU
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the magpie and the emu.
Description: The magemu is sometimes found towering over even the tallest porpoise. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of cat and can only survive in the proximity of damp underground dwellings.
Animal: MAGINGALE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the magpie and the nightingale.
Description: The magingale is sometimes found towering over even the tallest okapi. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of caribou and is capable of spending its entire life by sour smelling riverbeds.
Animal: MAGKAL
Origin: A mashup between the magpie and the jackal.
Description: The magkal is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown swan. It regularly feeds on owl and can be found around vast and favorable shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MAGSANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the magpie and the pheasant.
Description: The magsant is much smaller than an average viper. It regularly feeds on komodo dragon and is capable of spending its entire life by murky holes in the ground.
Animal: MALAN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mallard and the swan.
Description: The malan is bigger than your average cat. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single coyote and will find a home in and around stinky rivers.
Animal: MALAT
Origin: A mashup between the mallard and the gnat.
Description: The malat is sometimes found towering over even the tallest sheep. It eats toad and will only thrive in freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: MALATER
Origin: A marriage between the mallard and the anteater.
Description: The malater is fifty times larger than the standard cattle. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the pelican and is likely to be found alongside grim oceans.
Animal: MALFOX
Origin: A mashup between the mallard and the fox.
Description: The malfox is similar in size to the gorilla. It can make a sound like a beaver and lives by windblown moss patties.
Animal: MALMAN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mallard and the human.
Description: The malman is bigger than your average wolverine. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the fly and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: MALNGBIRD
Origin: A marriage between the mallard and the hummingbird.
Description: The malngbird is much smaller than an average parrot. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of lark and is capable of spending its entire life by gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: MALORSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mallard and the seahorse.
Description: The malorse is sometimes found towering over even the tallest ostrich. It can make a sound like a chinchilla and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling rivers.
Animal: MALOSE
Origin: A marriage between the mallard and the goose.
Description: The malose is is over all squishier than the male otter. It is a parasite of the emu and will only thrive in lime scented creeks.
Animal: MALRET
Origin: A marriage between the mallard and the ferret.
Description: The malret is is not quite as big as a baby starling. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single mouse and breeds in salty bogs.
Animal: MALRKAT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mallard and the meerkat.
Description: The malrkat is sometimes found towering over even the tallest goat. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the lyrebird and will find a home in and around lime scented underwater bunkers.
Animal: MANAT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the manatee and the goat.
Description: The manat is similar in size to the camel. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the elephant seal and will only thrive in whimsical shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MANFALO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the manatee and the buffalo.
Description: The manfalo is sometimes found towering over even the tallest trout. It can swallow a whole dove and is known to frequent gross but not altogether repulsive rivers.
Animal: MANKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the manatee and the monkey.
Description: The mankey is more massive than five leopard. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of bat and can only survive in the proximity of murky seashores.
Animal: MANLARD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the manatee and the mallard.
Description: The manlard is bigger than your average owl. It can swallow a whole lemur and is known to frequent tepid seashores.
Animal: MANOK
Origin: A hybrid of the manatee and the rook.
Description: The manok is is over all squishier than the male tiger. It can make a sound like a oyster and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: MANUST
Origin: A marriage between the manatee and the locust.
Description: The manust is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent shark. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of tiger and can be found around dank moss patties.
Animal: MANWHAL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the manatee and the narwhal.
Description: The manwhal is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent yak. It can swallow a whole hyena and is likely to be found alongside humid crypts.
Animal: MAR PANDA
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the marten and the giant panda.
Description: The mar panda is similar in size to the gerbil. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the cheetah and is known to frequent vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: MARAT
Origin: A hybrid of the marten and the gnat.
Description: The marat is much smaller than an average fox. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of panther and is known to frequent tepid trundle beds.
Animal: MARCKEN
Origin: A marriage between the marten and the chicken.
Description: The marcken is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature woodpecker. It lives on the waste of the chicken and breeds in cold bogs.
Animal: MEEFINCH
Origin: A hybrid of the meerkat and the goldfinch.
Description: The meefinch is smaller than a typical dog. It eats badger and lives by damp underwater bunkers.
Animal: MEEHOPPER
Origin: A marriage between the meerkat and the grasshopper.
Description: The meehopper is is not quite as big as a baby wallaby. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single wasp and is capable of spending its entire life by cold trundle beds.
Animal: MEERET
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the meerkat and the ferret.
Description: The meeret is smaller than a typical jay. It eats fish and breeds in salty bogs.
Animal: MEEWT
Origin: A mashup between the meerkat and the newt.
Description: The meewt is is over all squishier than the male gorilla. It is a parasite of the boar and will only thrive in vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: MIDINE
Origin: A hybrid of the mink and the sardine.
Description: The midine is much smaller than an average red panda. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the bison and can be found around grim moss patties.
Animal: MIIBOU
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mink and the caribou.
Description: The miibou is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature moose. It can make a sound like a heron and is known to frequent cold moss patties.
Animal: MISON
Origin: A hybrid of the mink and the bison.
Description: The mison is similar in size to the bee. It can swallow a whole bear and will only thrive in humid holes in the ground.
Animal: MO PANDA
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mole and the giant panda.
Description: The mo panda is is not quite as big as a baby skunk. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of koala and will find a home in and around damp shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MOAD
Origin: A hybrid of the moose and the toad.
Description: The moad is smaller than a typical oyster. It can make a sound like a woodcock and can only survive in the proximity of tepid moss patties.
Animal: MOBIRD
Origin: A marriage between the mouse and the lyrebird.
Description: The mobird is similar in size to the sandpiper. It eats dove and can be found around salty exotic dungeons.
Animal: MODINE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mole and the sardine.
Description: The modine is bigger than your average chicken. It can make a sound like a sandpiper and will find a home in and around humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: MOECKER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the moose and the woodpecker.
Description: The moecker is sometimes found towering over even the tallest vulture. It eats dogfish and is likely to be found alongside salty trundle beds.
Animal: MOEHOG
Origin: A mashup between the moose and the hedgehog.
Description: The moehog is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent clam. It finds solace in the den of the donkey and will find a home in and around freezing riverbeds.
Animal: MOGATOR
Origin: A mashup between the moose and the alligator.
Description: The mogator is is not quite as big as a baby eel. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single narwhal and breeds in fluorescent holes in the ground.
Animal: MOLORIS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mole and the slow loris.
Description: The moloris is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent trout. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single lion and can be found around humid trundle beds.
Animal: MONCON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the monkey and the falcon.
Description: The moncon is sometimes found towering over even the tallest ox. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty gull and is known to frequent tepid rivers.
Animal: MONOISE
Origin: A mashup between the monkey and the porpoise.
Description: The monoise is sometimes found towering over even the tallest bee. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the koala and will only thrive in salty shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MONOWL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the monkey and the owl.
Description: The monowl is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of penguin. It finds solace in the den of the shrew and is capable of spending its entire life by gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: MONRCHIN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the monkey and the sea urchin.
Description: The monrchin is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown turkey. It can be far more intimidating than an elder seahorse and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: MONT SEAL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mole and the elephant seal.
Description: The mont seal is fifty times larger than the standard stinkbug. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single crocodile and will only thrive in stinky trundle beds.
Animal: MOORANT
Origin: A hybrid of the mole and the cormorant.
Description: The moorant is bigger than your average deer. It can be far more intimidating than an elder pheasant and is capable of spending its entire life by salty moss patties.
Animal: MOOSE
Origin: A hybrid of the mole and the goose.
Description: The moose is smaller than a typical oryx. It finds solace in the den of the hyena and lives by whimsical rivers.
Animal: MOPARD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the moose and the leopard.
Description: The mopard is much smaller than an average frog. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty pigeon and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive creeks.
Animal: MOPIG
Origin: A marriage between the mouse and the pig.
Description: The mopig is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent lyrebird. It eats flamingo and will only thrive in humid holes in the ground.
Animal: MORM
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mouse and the worm.
Description: The morm is much smaller than an average boar. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of porpoise and will find a home in and around whimsical exotic dungeons.
Animal: MORSE
Origin: A mashup between the mole and the horse.
Description: The morse is is over all squishier than the male loris. It finds solace in the den of the albatross and will find a home in and around sour smelling exotic dungeons.
Animal: MOSQAB
Origin: A mashup between the mosquito and the crab.
Description: The mosqab is is not quite as big as a baby salamander. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty hedgehog and can be found around windblown exotic dungeons.
Animal: MOSQANT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mosquito and the ant.
Description: The mosqant is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of louse. It can be far more intimidating than an elder armadillo and will find a home in and around damp riverbeds.
Animal: MOSQBAT
Origin: A mashup between the mosquito and the bat.
Description: The mosqbat is similar in size to the lemur. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single baboon and breeds in gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: MOSQCK
Origin: A mashup between the mosquito and the duck.
Description: The mosqck is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent rook. It can be far more intimidating than an elder dogfish and breeds in tepid seashores.
Animal: MOSQEEL
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the mosquito and the eel.
Description: The mosqeel is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent mosquito. It regularly feeds on dove and is capable of spending its entire life by windblown bogs.
Animal: MOSQETAH
Origin: A hybrid of the mosquito and the cheetah.
Description: The mosqetah is similar in size to the giant panda. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single opossum and breeds in whimsical crypts.
Animal: MOSQKBUG
Origin: A marriage between the mosquito and the stinkbug.
Description: The mosqkbug is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of clam. It can be far more intimidating than an elder bison and will find a home in and around humid oceans.
Animal: MOSQREW
Origin: A marriage between the mosquito and the shrew.
Description: The mosqrew is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent shrimp. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the pheasant and will find a home in and around fluorescent seashores.
Animal: MOUID
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mouse and the squid.
Description: The mouid is is over all squishier than the male hippopotamus. It is a parasite of the gull and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MOWK
Origin: A hybrid of the moose and the hawk.
Description: The mowk is is not quite as big as a baby hamster. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty viper and breeds in cold moss patties.
Animal: MUGRAY
Origin: A marriage between the mule and the stingray.
Description: The mugray is is over all squishier than the male locust. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of ape and breeds in fluorescent rivers.
Animal: MUKEY
Origin: A marriage between the mule and the monkey.
Description: The mukey is sometimes found towering over even the tallest pelican. It regularly feeds on bee and is known to frequent damp bogs.
Animal: MUKEY
Origin: A mashup between the mule and the monkey.
Description: The mukey is is over all squishier than the male shark. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of peafowl and will only thrive in cold shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MUNT SEAL
Origin: A marriage between the mule and the elephant seal.
Description: The munt seal is similar in size to the camel. It regularly feeds on rook and will find a home in and around stinky shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: MUORANT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the mule and the cormorant.
Description: The muorant is fifty times larger than the standard hummingbird. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of okapi and breeds in humid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: NARAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the narwhal and the goat.
Description: The narat is is over all squishier than the male cobra. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the bee and will find a home in and around lime scented oceans.
Animal: NARLORIS
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the narwhal and the slow loris.
Description: The narloris is fifty times larger than the standard guinea fowl. It can be far more intimidating than an elder heron and will only thrive in fluorescent moss patties.
Animal: NARRM
Origin: A hybrid of the narwhal and the worm.
Description: The narrm is smaller than a typical goose. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the elephant and can only survive in the proximity of sour smelling riverbeds.
Animal: NEEN
Origin: A mashup between the newt and the wren.
Description: The neen is fifty times larger than the standard hippopotamus. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the wasp and lives by grim exotic dungeons.
Animal: NEGNU
Origin: A hybrid of the newt and the gnu.
Description: The negnu is more massive than five salmon. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of guinea fowl and can only survive in the proximity of cold riverbeds.
Animal: NEGNU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the newt and the gnu.
Description: The negnu is similar in size to the ferret. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the stinkbug and breeds in humid underground dwellings.
Animal: NEROACH
Origin: A mashup between the newt and the cockroach.
Description: The neroach is sometimes found towering over even the tallest viper. It can swallow a whole coyote and will find a home in and around cold underground dwellings.
Animal: NESH
Origin: A hybrid of the newt and the fish.
Description: The nesh is similar in size to the mosquito. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of bee and can only survive in the proximity of lime scented seashores.
Animal: NEUID
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the newt and the squid.
Description: The neuid is is over all squishier than the male bison. It can swallow a whole octopus and breeds in lime scented underground dwellings.
Animal: NEYX
Origin: A marriage between the newt and the oryx.
Description: The neyx is similar in size to the mink. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the eagle and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive bogs.
Animal: NIGHTANZEE
Origin: A hybrid of the nightingale and the chimpanzee.
Description: The nightanzee is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown coyote. It lives on the waste of the tapir and breeds in whimsical exotic dungeons.
Animal: NIGHTER
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the nightingale and the deer.
Description: The nighter is smaller than a typical toad. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single aardvark and is likely to be found alongside damp moss patties.
Animal: NIGHTGATOR
Origin: A hybrid of the nightingale and the alligator.
Description: The nightgator is smaller than a typical baboon. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty hawk and will only thrive in tepid rivers.
Animal: NIGHTIBOU
Origin: A marriage between the nightingale and the caribou.
Description: The nightibou is is over all squishier than the male bison. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty wasp and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid bogs.
Animal: NIGHTLF
Origin: A hybrid of the nightingale and the wolf.
Description: The nightlf is bigger than your average mule. It eats seal and lives by murky holes in the ground.
Animal: NIGHTLLOW
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the nightingale and the swallow.
Description: The nightllow is similar in size to the magpie. It can swallow a whole worm and is known to frequent fluorescent rivers.
Animal: NIGHTMAN
Origin: A mashup between the nightingale and the human.
Description: The nightman is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature cobra. It eats badger and is capable of spending its entire life by sour smelling underwater bunkers.
Animal: NIGHTPIPER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the nightingale and the sandpiper.
Description: The nightpiper is more massive than five nightingale. It can swallow a whole opossum and is likely to be found alongside whimsical underground dwellings.
Animal: NIGHTRIDGE
Origin: A hybrid of the nightingale and the partridge.
Description: The nightridge is is not quite as big as a baby gerbil. It can make a sound like a herring and breeds in tepid creeks.
Animal: NIGHTSSUM
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the nightingale and the opossum.
Description: The nightssum is similar in size to the duck. It is a parasite of the wren and will only thrive in murky crypts.
Animal: NIGHTTLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the nightingale and the turtle.
Description: The nighttle is sometimes found towering over even the tallest red deer. It regularly feeds on shrimp and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: OCTAL
Origin: A mashup between the octopus and the seal.
Description: The octal is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown termite. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of baboon and can be found around humid riverbeds.
Animal: OCTCOCK
Origin: A marriage between the octopus and the woodcock.
Description: The octcock is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown goose. It regularly feeds on wallaby and will only thrive in freezing seashores.
Animal: OCTINGALE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the octopus and the nightingale.
Description: The octingale is fifty times larger than the standard newt. It is a parasite of the falcon and lives by salty bogs.
Animal: OCTLION
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the octopus and the sea lion.
Description: The octlion is more massive than five quail. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of goose and breeds in fluorescent seashores.
Animal: OCTLL
Origin: A hybrid of the octopus and the gull.
Description: The octll is is over all squishier than the male panther. It can be far more intimidating than an elder sea lion and can be found around stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: OCTMON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the octopus and the salmon.
Description: The octmon is much smaller than an average reindeer. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single cobra and can only survive in the proximity of gross but not altogether repulsive exotic dungeons.
Animal: OCTPILLAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the octopus and the caterpillar.
Description: The octpillar is fifty times larger than the standard zebra. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of elephant seal and lives by humid underground dwellings.
Animal: OCTRING
Origin: A mashup between the octopus and the herring.
Description: The octring is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of gnat. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty parrot and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: OCTRKAT
Origin: A marriage between the octopus and the meerkat.
Description: The octrkat is smaller than a typical whale. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of walrus and breeds in grim oceans.
Animal: OCTRSE
Origin: A hybrid of the octopus and the horse.
Description: The octrse is similar in size to the meerkat. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty porpoise and is likely to be found alongside sour smelling crypts.
Animal: OCTSANT
Origin: A marriage between the octopus and the pheasant.
Description: The octsant is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent antelope. It eats antelope and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: OCTUPINE
Origin: A hybrid of the octopus and the porcupine.
Description: The octupine is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of lyrebird. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of crocodile and is capable of spending its entire life by gross but not altogether repulsive seashores.
Animal: OK BLUE
Origin: A hybrid of the okapi and the jay, blue.
Description: The ok blue is more massive than five loris. It can be far more intimidating than an elder wolf and can only survive in the proximity of salty rivers.
Animal: OKKEY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the okapi and the monkey.
Description: The okkey is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent partridge. It can swallow a whole louse and is known to frequent murky bogs.
Animal: OKOPUS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the okapi and the octopus.
Description: The okopus is is over all squishier than the male alligator. It eats eel and can be found around murky exotic dungeons.
Animal: OKRK
Origin: A hybrid of the okapi and the lark.
Description: The okrk is smaller than a typical spider. It can be far more intimidating than an elder alligator and will only thrive in lime scented rivers.
Animal: OKVER
Origin: A marriage between the okapi and the beaver.
Description: The okver is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of rat. It can be far more intimidating than an elder porcupine and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable exotic dungeons.
Animal: OPODER
Origin: A hybrid of the opossum and the spider.
Description: The opoder is is over all squishier than the male hornet. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of dragonfly and is known to frequent salty crypts.
Animal: OPOKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the opossum and the donkey.
Description: The opokey is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent camel. It eats donkey and lives by grim crypts.
Animal: OPOLL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the opossum and the gull.
Description: The opoll is is not quite as big as a baby beaver. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of woodcock and will only thrive in fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: OPOOTAMUS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the opossum and the hippopotamus.
Description: The opootamus is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent ram. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single wasp and lives by sour smelling holes in the ground.
Animal: OPORCHIN
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the opossum and the sea urchin.
Description: The oporchin is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent falcon. It lives on the waste of the ferret and will find a home in and around murky creeks.
Animal: ORAR
Origin: A mashup between the oryx and the bear.
Description: The orar is smaller than a typical wren. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty lemur and is likely to be found alongside salty shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: ORFINCH
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the oryx and the goldfinch.
Description: The orfinch is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent chinchilla. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of crow and is likely to be found alongside windblown creeks.
Animal: ORGLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the oryx and the eagle.
Description: The orgle is fifty times larger than the standard deer. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty koala and will only thrive in damp exotic dungeons.
Animal: ORRREL
Origin: A marriage between the oryx and the squirrel.
Description: The orrrel is fifty times larger than the standard worm. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the hummingbird and lives by humid bogs.
Animal: OST DRAGON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ostrich and the komodo dragon.
Description: The ost dragon is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent coyote. It can make a sound like a albatross and breeds in humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: OSTALE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ostrich and the whale.
Description: The ostale is sometimes found towering over even the tallest koala. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of narwhal and is likely to be found alongside grim rivers.
Animal: OSTAPI
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ostrich and the okapi.
Description: The ostapi is much smaller than an average sardine. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty stork and can only survive in the proximity of tepid rivers.
Animal: OSTKBUG
Origin: A hybrid of the ostrich and the stinkbug.
Description: The ostkbug is more massive than five jackal. It lives on the waste of the butterfly and will find a home in and around sour smelling bogs.
Animal: OSTKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the ostrich and the turkey.
Description: The ostkey is is over all squishier than the male dog. It eats fox and is likely to be found alongside dank shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: OSTNK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ostrich and the mink.
Description: The ostnk is is not quite as big as a baby lion. It finds solace in the den of the pelican and lives by gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: OSTVER
Origin: A hybrid of the ostrich and the beaver.
Description: The ostver is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of pony. It finds solace in the den of the newt and is likely to be found alongside fluorescent holes in the ground.
Animal: OT BLUE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the otter and the jay, blue.
Description: The ot blue is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of penguin. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single panther and will find a home in and around lime scented moss patties.
Animal: OTACUDA
Origin: A marriage between the otter and the barracuda.
Description: The otacuda is much smaller than an average oryx. It can swallow a whole giant panda and will find a home in and around tepid underwater bunkers.
Animal: OTAIL
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the otter and the snail.
Description: The otail is similar in size to the ferret. It lives on the waste of the caribou and can only survive in the proximity of cold trundle beds.
Animal: OTDOG
Origin: A mashup between the otter and the dog.
Description: The otdog is is over all squishier than the male panther. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the alpaca and is likely to be found alongside lime scented holes in the ground.
Animal: OTFLY
Origin: A hybrid of the otter and the fly.
Description: The otfly is similar in size to the chicken. It can make a sound like a deer and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable exotic dungeons.
Animal: OTRSE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the otter and the horse.
Description: The otrse is much smaller than an average wolverine. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty lion and can be found around whimsical oceans.
Animal: OTSAUR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the otter and the dinosaur.
Description: The otsaur is is over all squishier than the male shrew. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the finch and lives by stinky creeks.
Animal: OTUSE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the otter and the louse.
Description: The otuse is bigger than your average ant. It can be far more intimidating than an elder dogfish and will find a home in and around lime scented rivers.
Animal: OTVEN
Origin: A marriage between the otter and the raven.
Description: The otven is is over all squishier than the male red deer. It can make a sound like a stinkbug and can be found around fluorescent creeks.
Animal: OWLAR
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the owl and the bear.
Description: The owlar is is not quite as big as a baby donkey. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty finch and is likely to be found alongside tepid exotic dungeons.
Animal: OWLATER
Origin: A hybrid of the owl and the anteater.
Description: The owlater is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature bear. It can make a sound like a crow and will find a home in and around cold exotic dungeons.
Animal: OWLBIT
Origin: A mashup between the owl and the rabbit.
Description: The owlbit is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent antelope. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the camel and will only thrive in fluorescent exotic dungeons.
Animal: OWLDOLLAR
Origin: A hybrid of the owl and the sand dollar.
Description: The owldollar is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown opossum. It lives on the waste of the clam and can only survive in the proximity of whimsical bogs.
Animal: OWLOG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the owl and the frog.
Description: The owlog is smaller than a typical scorpion. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty dragonfly and can only survive in the proximity of freezing oceans.
Animal: OWLON
Origin: A marriage between the owl and the lion.
Description: The owlon is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of crane. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty horse and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive underground dwellings.
Animal: OWLONFLY
Origin: A mashup between the owl and the dragonfly.
Description: The owlonfly is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature ant. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single falcon and can be found around whimsical exotic dungeons.
Animal: OWLOX
Origin: A hybrid of the owl and the ox.
Description: The owlox is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent monkey. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of wombat and is likely to be found alongside vast and favorable underwater bunkers.
Animal: OWLRICH
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the owl and the ostrich.
Description: The owlrich is smaller than a typical giraffe. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single sheep and can only survive in the proximity of tepid riverbeds.
Animal: OWLRIDGE
Origin: A marriage between the owl and the partridge.
Description: The owlridge is sometimes found towering over even the tallest stork. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty horse and breeds in dank exotic dungeons.
Animal: OWLROT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the owl and the parrot.
Description: The owlrot is more massive than five gorilla. It regularly feeds on donkey and is known to frequent gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: OWLVARK
Origin: A marriage between the owl and the aardvark.
Description: The owlvark is sometimes found towering over even the tallest eel. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of crab and is likely to be found alongside lime scented creeks.
Animal: OXAROO
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ox and the kangaroo.
Description: The oxaroo is smaller than a typical pelican. It finds solace in the den of the anteater and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive underground dwellings.
Animal: OXCOON
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ox and the raccoon.
Description: The oxcoon is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown eagle. It can make a sound like a water buffalo and lives by freezing exotic dungeons.
Animal: OXDEER
Origin: A mashup between the ox and the reindeer.
Description: The oxdeer is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature pig. It is a parasite of the ape and is likely to be found alongside freezing moss patties.
Animal: OXDU
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ox and the kudu.
Description: The oxdu is more massive than five quail. It finds solace in the den of the stork and can only survive in the proximity of whimsical bogs.
Animal: OXEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ox and the wren.
Description: The oxen is fifty times larger than the standard rook. It lives on the waste of the cod and can be found around vast and favorable underground dwellings.
Animal: OXKEY
Origin: A hybrid of the ox and the donkey.
Description: The oxkey is similar in size to the locust. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty donkey and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: OXROACH
Origin: A marriage between the ox and the cockroach.
Description: The oxroach is is over all squishier than the male giraffe. It is a parasite of the lemur and will only thrive in dank moss patties.
Animal: OXTURE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ox and the vulture.
Description: The oxture is is not quite as big as a baby clam. It eats mallard and will find a home in and around tepid crypts.
Animal: OXUNK
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the ox and the skunk.
Description: The oxunk is fifty times larger than the standard turkey. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of giant panda and can only survive in the proximity of fluorescent rivers.
Animal: OXYAK
Origin: A mashup between the ox and the yak.
Description: The oxyak is bigger than your average boar. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of dinosaur and is capable of spending its entire life by dank oceans.
Animal: OXYAK
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the ox and the yak.
Description: The oxyak is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature porcupine. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of partridge and lives by lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: OYSAD
Origin: A mashup between the oyster and the toad.
Description: The oysad is fifty times larger than the standard sheep. It regularly feeds on starling and will find a home in and around windblown crypts.
Animal: OYSDU
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the oyster and the kudu.
Description: The oysdu is is over all squishier than the male aardvark. It finds solace in the den of the pigeon and is known to frequent lime scented exotic dungeons.
Animal: OYSFOWL
Origin: A mashup between the oyster and the peafowl.
Description: The oysfowl is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature tiger. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of locust and will only thrive in lime scented shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: OYSOON
Origin: A marriage between the oyster and the baboon.
Description: The oysoon is is over all squishier than the male opossum. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of armadillo and will only thrive in whimsical seashores.
Animal: OYSOSE
Origin: A marriage between the oyster and the goose.
Description: The oysose is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent duck. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty monkey and lives by murky seashores.
Animal: OYSSANT
Origin: A mashup between the oyster and the pheasant.
Description: The oyssant is fifty times larger than the standard magpie. It lives on the waste of the shark and will only thrive in salty seashores.
Animal: OYSSSUM
Origin: A marriage between the oyster and the opossum.
Description: The oysssum is much smaller than an average squid. It can swallow a whole giant panda and will find a home in and around windblown rivers.
Animal: OYSUST
Origin: A mashup between the oyster and the locust.
Description: The oysust is sometimes found towering over even the tallest dogfish. It can make a sound like a chimpanzee and breeds in stinky oceans.
Animal: OYSVE
Origin: A marriage between the oyster and the dove.
Description: The oysve is sometimes found towering over even the tallest pigeon. It can swallow a whole rabbit and breeds in salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: PANATEE
Origin: A hybrid of the panther and the manatee.
Description: The panatee is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown albatross. It finds solace in the den of the cockroach and can be found around whimsical trundle beds.
Animal: PANBAT
Origin: A marriage between the panther and the bat.
Description: The panbat is is over all squishier than the male guinea pig. It is a parasite of the penguin and will find a home in and around murky underwater bunkers.
Animal: PANCAT
Origin: A hybrid of the panther and the cat.
Description: The pancat is bigger than your average otter. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty ape and can only survive in the proximity of tepid riverbeds.
Animal: PANEEL
Origin: A mashup between the panther and the eel.
Description: The paneel is fifty times larger than the standard lemur. It regularly feeds on jay, blue and can only survive in the proximity of windblown shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: PANOSE
Origin: A hybrid of the panther and the goose.
Description: The panose is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown wombat. It lives on the waste of the loris and will only thrive in whimsical creeks.
Animal: PANVEN
Origin: A mashup between the panther and the raven.
Description: The panven is more massive than five porcupine. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of woodcock and will only thrive in whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: PARACUDA
Origin: A hybrid of the parrot and the barracuda.
Description: The paracuda is similar in size to the turkey. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the kangaroo and can be found around gross but not altogether repulsive moss patties.
Animal: PARAROO
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the parrot and the kangaroo.
Description: The pararoo is more massive than five bear. It lives on the waste of the giant panda and is likely to be found alongside grim creeks.
Animal: PARBAT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the parrot and the bat.
Description: The parbat is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown dinosaur. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single cormorant and can be found around dank creeks.
Animal: PARBIRD
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the parrot and the lyrebird.
Description: The parbird is bigger than your average chicken. It eats red panda and can be found around stinky riverbeds.
Animal: PARDEER
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the parrot and the reindeer.
Description: The pardeer is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown red deer. It can make a sound like a herring and will find a home in and around fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: PARECKER
Origin: A hybrid of the parrot and the woodpecker.
Description: The parecker is more massive than five sandpiper. It is a parasite of the pony and can be found around vast and favorable creeks.
Animal: PAREN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the parrot and the wren.
Description: The paren is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent alligator. It can make a sound like a otter and will find a home in and around gross but not altogether repulsive exotic dungeons.
Animal: PARTASS
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the partridge and the ass.
Description: The partass is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of elk. It is a parasite of the chinchilla and is known to frequent vast and favorable rivers.
Animal: PARTFALO
Origin: A marriage between the partridge and the buffalo.
Description: The partfalo is more massive than five kudu. It eats guinea pig and is capable of spending its entire life by grim seashores.
Animal: PARTFINCH
Origin: A marriage between the partridge and the goldfinch.
Description: The partfinch is bigger than your average falcon. It can make a sound like a bison and lives by vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: PARTFISH
Origin: A mashup between the partridge and the dogfish.
Description: The partfish is is over all squishier than the male quail. It can swallow a whole beaver and lives by vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: PARTGER
Origin: A hybrid of the partridge and the badger.
Description: The partger is smaller than a typical gerbil. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single goose and can only survive in the proximity of vast and favorable moss patties.
Animal: PARTLABY
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the partridge and the wallaby.
Description: The partlaby is much smaller than an average rabbit. It finds solace in the den of the whale and will only thrive in sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: PARTLORIS
Origin: A marriage between the partridge and the slow loris.
Description: The partloris is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown chimpanzee. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of armadillo and is likely to be found alongside humid oceans.
Animal: PARTMITE
Origin: A hybrid of the partridge and the termite.
Description: The partmite is smaller than a typical jaguar. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty otter and will find a home in and around freezing crypts.
Animal: PARTUST
Origin: A mashup between the partridge and the locust.
Description: The partust is much smaller than an average vulture. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single magpie and is likely to be found alongside salty trundle beds.
Animal: PARUNK
Origin: A marriage between the parrot and the skunk.
Description: The parunk is much smaller than an average antelope. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the clam and will only thrive in sour smelling rivers.
Animal: PEAAPI
Origin: A mashup between the peafowl and the okapi.
Description: The peaapi is is not quite as big as a baby raven. It regularly feeds on finch and is likely to be found alongside stinky moss patties.
Animal: PEAAR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the peafowl and the boar.
Description: The peaar is is over all squishier than the male toad. It can make a sound like a mole and will only thrive in whimsical creeks.
Animal: PEAFISH
Origin: A mashup between the peafowl and the goldfish.
Description: The peafish is bigger than your average anteater. It regularly feeds on okapi and lives by vast and favorable trundle beds.
Animal: PEAIMP
Origin: A marriage between the peafowl and the shrimp.
Description: The peaimp is more massive than five octopus. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of viper and breeds in stinky rivers.
Animal: PEAJAY
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the peafowl and the jay.
Description: The peajay is is not quite as big as a baby crane. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the chinchilla and will only thrive in dank holes in the ground.
Animal: PEALING
Origin: A mashup between the peafowl and the starling.
Description: The pealing is similar in size to the anteater. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty giraffe and is known to frequent whimsical rivers.
Animal: PEANCH
Origin: A hybrid of the peafowl and the finch.
Description: The peanch is sometimes found towering over even the tallest caterpillar. It finds solace in the den of the quail and will only thrive in cold moss patties.
Animal: PEAOG
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the peafowl and the frog.
Description: The peaog is similar in size to the duck. It can swallow a whole jaguar and will find a home in and around windblown riverbeds.
Animal: PELAD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pelican and the toad.
Description: The pelad is is over all squishier than the male cobra. It regularly feeds on sea urchin and is known to frequent vast and favorable crypts.
Animal: PELAFFE
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pelican and the giraffe.
Description: The pelaffe is more massive than five starling. It eats jackal and will only thrive in sour smelling exotic dungeons.
Animal: PELAM
Origin: A mashup between the pelican and the clam.
Description: The pelam is more massive than five rook. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of salamander and breeds in dank moss patties.
Animal: PELCOCK
Origin: A mashup between the pelican and the woodcock.
Description: The pelcock is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown grasshopper. It can swallow a whole turkey and is known to frequent freezing seashores.
Animal: PELEMU
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pelican and the emu.
Description: The pelemu is fifty times larger than the standard narwhal. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty baboon and is likely to be found alongside murky bogs.
Animal: PELEN
Origin: A mashup between the pelican and the wren.
Description: The pelen is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown hippopotamus. It is a parasite of the raccoon and is known to frequent humid underwater bunkers.
Animal: PELOSE
Origin: A marriage between the pelican and the goose.
Description: The pelose is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of raccoon. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single rhinoceros and is known to frequent dank trundle beds.
Animal: PELOWL
Origin: A hybrid of the pelican and the owl.
Description: The pelowl is smaller than a typical mule. It is a parasite of the sea lion and is capable of spending its entire life by stinky seashores.
Animal: PELPIG
Origin: A mashup between the pelican and the pig.
Description: The pelpig is is over all squishier than the male crow. It is a parasite of the goat and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: PELWHAL
Origin: A mashup between the pelican and the narwhal.
Description: The pelwhal is sometimes found towering over even the tallest stinkbug. It can make a sound like a mosquito and lives by whimsical riverbeds.
Animal: PELWT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pelican and the newt.
Description: The pelwt is is over all squishier than the male gnu. It regularly feeds on horse and breeds in sour smelling bogs.
Animal: PENAD
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the penguin and the toad.
Description: The penad is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown mouse. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the donkey and is known to frequent humid riverbeds.
Animal: PENCK
Origin: A marriage between the penguin and the duck.
Description: The penck is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature rhinoceros. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of weasel and will only thrive in damp holes in the ground.
Animal: PENEEL
Origin: A marriage between the penguin and the eel.
Description: The peneel is is over all squishier than the male oryx. It can be far more intimidating than an elder marten and will only thrive in dank bogs.
Animal: PENOTE
Origin: A marriage between the penguin and the coyote.
Description: The penote is fifty times larger than the standard cod. It can swallow a whole hippopotamus and breeds in cold seashores.
Animal: PENRE
Origin: A hybrid of the penguin and the hare.
Description: The penre is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature cod. It finds solace in the den of the hippopotamus and can only survive in the proximity of grim trundle beds.
Animal: PENTLE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the penguin and the cattle.
Description: The pentle is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent louse. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of panther and can only survive in the proximity of windblown oceans.
Animal: PENUITO
Origin: A hybrid of the penguin and the mosquito.
Description: The penuito is is rounder but not quite as cute as an adolescent toad. It eats aardvark and can be found around freezing bogs.
Animal: PHEAAIL
Origin: A hybrid of the pheasant and the quail.
Description: The pheaail is sometimes found towering over even the tallest guinea pig. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of ostrich and will only thrive in stinky shampoo bottles and other human detritus.
Animal: PHEABAT
Origin: A hybrid of the pheasant and the bat.
Description: The pheabat is smaller than a typical koala. It regularly feeds on barracuda and breeds in fluorescent seashores.
Animal: PHEAFALO
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pheasant and the buffalo.
Description: The pheafalo is is over all squishier than the male alligator. It lives on the waste of the trout and lives by grim moss patties.
Animal: PHEAORANT
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pheasant and the cormorant.
Description: The pheaorant is more massive than five red panda. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the caterpillar and will only thrive in tepid seashores.
Animal: PHEAOX
Origin: A hybrid of the pheasant and the ox.
Description: The pheaox is bigger than your average ape. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of hippopotamus and breeds in vast and favorable riverbeds.
Animal: PHEARIS
Origin: A hybrid of the pheasant and the loris.
Description: The phearis is much smaller than an average mole. It can make a sound like a chimpanzee and will only thrive in gross but not altogether repulsive oceans.
Animal: PHEAROT
Origin: A hybrid of the pheasant and the parrot.
Description: The phearot is similar in size to the ass. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty crow and breeds in cold exotic dungeons.
Animal: PHEAYAK
Origin: A mashup between the pheasant and the yak.
Description: The pheayak is more massive than five sandpiper. It regularly feeds on trout and is likely to be found alongside dank underwater bunkers.
Animal: PIGAMA
Origin: A marriage between the pigeon and the llama.
Description: The pigama is sometimes found towering over even the tallest boar. It eats scorpion and lives by sour smelling trundle beds.
Animal: PIGCEROS
Origin: A mashup between the pig and the rhinoceros.
Description: The pigceros is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown shrew. It can swallow a whole woodpecker and will only thrive in grim trundle beds.
Animal: PIGDER
Origin: A hybrid of the pigeon and the spider.
Description: The pigder is smaller than a typical finch. It can be far more intimidating than an elder camel and is capable of spending its entire life by fluorescent underground dwellings.
Animal: PIGELLE
Origin: A hybrid of the pig and the gazelle.
Description: The pigelle is much smaller than an average caterpillar. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the owl and can be found around sour smelling creeks.
Animal: PIGGRAY
Origin: A hybrid of the pigeon and the stingray.
Description: The piggray is similar in size to the cobra. It is a fantastic mimic of the mighty ape and is known to frequent salty underwater bunkers.
Animal: PIGKEY
Origin: A mashup between the pig and the donkey.
Description: The pigkey is more massive than five wolf. It is a parasite of the alpaca and will only thrive in humid bogs.
Animal: PIGLION
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pigeon and the sea lion.
Description: The piglion is fifty times larger than the standard spider. It lives on the waste of the squirrel and breeds in murky oceans.
Animal: PIGMUR
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pigeon and the lemur.
Description: The pigmur is much smaller than an average ox. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the swallow and is known to frequent murky oceans.
Animal: PIGOX
Origin: A marriage between the pig and the ox.
Description: The pigox is is over all squishier than the male mink. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of oryx and is capable of spending its entire life by humid exotic dungeons.
Animal: PIGPIE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pigeon and the magpie.
Description: The pigpie is is thinner but bulkier than a couple of human. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the owl and is likely to be found alongside stinky underground dwellings.
Animal: PIGRAT
Origin: A hybrid of the pig and the rat.
Description: The pigrat is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown nightingale. It regularly feeds on squid and is likely to be found alongside stinky creeks.
Animal: PIGRIDGE
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pigeon and the partridge.
Description: The pigridge is about three times shorter but five times as wide as a mature rat. It can swallow a whole mouse and will only thrive in humid rivers.
Animal: PIGRIS
Origin: A mashup between the pig and the loris.
Description: The pigris is often found to grow taller than the height of six full grown penguin. It can be far more intimidating than an elder chicken and is likely to be found alongside gross but not altogether repulsive riverbeds.
Animal: PIGSTER
Origin: A marriage between the pigeon and the lobster.
Description: The pigster is is over all squishier than the male crab. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of mink and lives by windblown bogs.
Animal: PIGYX
Origin: The result of repeated romantic encounters between the pig and the oryx.
Description: The pigyx is is over all squishier than the male rabbit. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the squirrel and will find a home in and around windblown oceans.
Animal: POANT
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pony and the ant.
Description: The poant is much smaller than an average walrus. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of snake and is capable of spending its entire life by sour smelling exotic dungeons.
Animal: POELLE
Origin: A marriage between the pony and the gazelle.
Description: The poelle is much smaller than an average goose. It can live for years on the dandruff shed by a single llama and can only survive in the proximity of murky holes in the ground.
Animal: POEN
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pony and the wren.
Description: The poen is bigger than your average goldfish. It eats snail and can only survive in the proximity of cold seashores.
Animal: POGNU
Origin: A mashup between the pony and the gnu.
Description: The pognu is similar in size to the raven. It likes to carouse with groups of animals closely related to the clam and is known to frequent stinky exotic dungeons.
Animal: PONCH
Origin: A mashup between the pony and the finch.
Description: The ponch is much smaller than an average kangaroo. It sustains itself on the shed skin of local groups of opossum and can be found around sour smelling rivers.
Animal: POOON
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pony and the baboon.
Description: The pooon is is over all squishier than the male goat. It can make a sound like a frog and can only survive in the proximity of murky exotic dungeons.
Animal: POOPUS
Origin: A mashup between the pony and the octopus.
Description: The poopus is similar in size to the camel. It enjoys killing and eating large numbers of toad and is known to frequent salty seashores.
Animal: POPION
Origin: The result of an odd pairing between the pony and the scorpion.
Description: The popion is much smaller than an average moose. It is a parasite of the mosquito and is known to frequent stinky underwater bunkers.
Animal: PORCELLE
Origin: A marriage between the porcupine and the gazelle.
Description: The porcelle is is not quite as big as a baby owl. It lives on the waste of the ape and will find a home in and around salty rivers.
Animal: PORCHOPPER
Origin: A marriage between the porcupine and the grasshopper.
Description: The porchopper is much smaller than an average shark. It regularly feeds on owl and is capable of spending its entire life by tepid shampoo bottles and other human detritus.