, still surviving, Galapagos
species. It commutes on buses, carries a briefcase, and its mating call is "HAPPY HAPPY! JOY JOY!
" See also Frilled Ren
wharfinger has noted that this node is fairly cryptic and useless...which it is. So, some more info:
This is not a real species. It is a specious species. It is taken from an episode of the most-twisted Ren & Stimpy cartoon, originally broadcast on Nickelodeon. In this ep, our heros are doing a spoof of a 'Natural World'-style nature show, and concentrating on the abundance of strangely-evolved species found on the Galapagos Islands. Some of their finds, like the Frilled Ren, are in fact makeovers of actual animals; the Frilled Lizard does, in fact have a ruff around its neck and run on its hind legs when frightened. However, most (like the Crocostimpy) are completely fictitious.
Of course, a lot of them are freakin' hilarious.