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#310 Buuzkut

Buuzkuts are a species of small animal that looks a lot like a beetle, but are actually part of the Lepidoptera order. They have large eyes, a chitinous shell, and an intermuscular antenna. Buuzkuts love to eat fizzy drinks and will often hoard cans of it in their underground nests. They rarely come out during the daytime, preferring to stay in their nests and slowly slurp up a steady stream of fizzy soda. The average buuzkut lives for about six months.

Release Date November 02, 2022
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