Sunday, March 18, 2012

Rare Sighting of VegTrug Mammoth

We were surprised this afternoon by the appearance of the elusive wooly mammoth (Cairnus puppifii) who has taken up residence under the newly-constructed VegTrug. Although carnivores by nature, Cairnus puppifii could be tempted, under the right set of circumstances, to eat vegetables. Often referred to as "stomachs with legs," the wooly mammoth encounters these circumstances when the opportunity arises. This omnivorous little beast harvests its own green beans, and has been known to dig up newly-planted turnips. If you have a Cairnus puppifii living in or around your home or garden, it's imperative that you keep them out of the cabbage. One of their defense mechanisms is the ability to emit a gas so toxic it will make your eyes water...

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