Thursday, May 24, 2007

What Is a Mud Puppy?

Necturus maculosus (Mud Puppy)

Mud puppies are a family of aquatic salamanders. [cite]

They live in shallow water, like lakes, ponds, and streams, and eat crayfish, snails, worms, and insect larvae. A Mud puppy breathes through gills, but can absorb oxygen through its skin. Sometimes one can be found on the surface of the water, or even outside of the water. They are also considered amphibians.

They have two sets of legs, front and rear, which allow them to move very slowly across land, often to a better water source.

I don't know if you can eat one, but I'm not sure I'd want to try.



Hawkinurus russellus (Mud Puppy)Mud Puppy belongs to a family of land-dwelling mammalian bipeds (and one canine quadruped).

This Mud Puppy lives near Ann Arbor, Michigan, and eats almost anything in its carnivorous diet. Mostly Sonic. Mud Puppy breathes through his nose and mouth, and can absorb M&Ms and Pez for extra energy. Sometimes Mud Puppy can be found on the Internet on a blog or on a weekly vlog. Mud Puppy is usually considered a mammal.

He has one set of legs, blindingly white, which allow him to move very slowly across land, often to an open fast food joint.

I don't know if you can eat one, but I'm not sure I'd want to try.

The cholesterol in it alone might kill you.

3 comments:

Russell said...

Most Excellent!!!! :) +7

Swinging Sammy said...

ROTFL

Bruiser said...

Only Raivynn would make a post such as this. Well done, my friend, well done.