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April 12, 2019

THEY HAVE THE FULL SUPPORT OF THIS BLOG

Meet the 'snot otter,' your official endangered species if Missouri lawmakers get their way

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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Are Missouri lawmakers going to list all of this creature's aliases?
hellbender, snot otter, lasagna lizard, squidward squirrel, suzie ormander, Eustace eel ..

Oh - an obligatory: "She turned me into a Newt!"

snot otter?

I would say entitled otter.

One observation as to why these lizard-looking creatures are having such a hard time: They are WAY too ugly to sell insurance.

So I'll be able to bring my emotional support snot otter on the plane with me?

Oh Yeah. Snot otters are OK, but no love for the sharting pigeon.

...or the Booger Badger.

That 'snot an otter.

The article mentioned that Missouri's "State Dessert" is ice cream. That Good Humor lobbyist is extremely persuasive...

Snot Otter WBAGNFARB

Does a Snot Otter sneeze in the woods?

ODE TO THE SNOT OTTER

It's sad but true
That we must rue
The snot otters plight
And keep them out of sight
They call them hell benders
But venom they do not render
Worthless as teats on a turtle
Ugly as a tokus
They may be fish
They may be flesh
But save them we must
In scientists we trust

"It'SNOTOTTER", that's what I say.

I wish I had not read about the breeding program in St. Louis. Now I picture a bunch of slimy salamanders hanging around the pool in plush bathrobes listening to Barry White.

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