Saturday, October 9, 2010
New York, United States
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This Hodag (a cryptid only found in and around the wooded areas around Rhinelander, Wisconsin, U.S.A.) has escaped from the Cryptid Collection and Containment Center (located in Gilbert Lake State Park near Oneonta, New York, U.S.A.)
Mission: ESCAPE! or CAPTURE! (you choose)
ESCAPE! - Help the Hodag return home to Rhinelander, Wisconsion.
CAPTURE! - Return the Hodag to its containment unit at the C.C.C.C. (GC2GBVD)
About This Item
HODAG - Monstrom Monax-gulo
Monstrom. monax-gulo was first spotted in 1893. Witnesses reported seeing a strange creature with “the head of a frog, the grinning face of a giant elephant, thick short legs set off by huge claws, the back of a dinosaur, and a long tail with spears at the end.” A group of concerned local citizens tracked the Hodag down and destroyed it. (Due to the Hodag’s thick hide and substantial body mass, dynamite was required.) Modern specimens of M. monax-gulo do not match early descriptions. (This could indicate different inter-species variations, an evolutionary leap, or just fanciful inaccuracies from excited witnesses.) M. monax-gulo has stout legs with long, sharp, preternaturally hard claws; a broad face with a wide mouth containing two rows of teeth (like a shark); and chitinous spikes/spines (like a stegosaurus.) The Hodag at the CCCC is affectionally known as "Eugene" after the first person to see the elusive Hodag.
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