The Lifeline of the Spotted Galumpagolf

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Gem Evanes

This is the Spotted Galumpagolf, a very rare bird due to the fact that the egg looks like a golf ball and its predator, the Saber-toothed Mumfle (which will be uploaded later) is highly dangerous and lethal.0 years old. Unwary people playing golf may discover this near the edge of the water of a golf course pond, lake, or other body of water, and think that it is their golf ball. However, when they swing at it, and hit it, the shock of the hit causes the embryo inside to die. The golf ball-like appearance also acts as camoflauge.1 3/4 years old. When (and if) the baby galumpagolf hatches, it immediately plops into the nearby water. It lodges its premature tail into the ground, and assumes the appearance of a rock, yet another precaution made to protect itself from golf-fanatics and Saber-Toothed Mumfles. At this stage in its life, the Spotted Galumpagolf has gills and small lungs since it lives partially underwater.4 years old. Now the Spotted Galumpagolf looks almost like an adult except for its head feathers have not yet grown in, but are starting to mature. The marks under its eyes look like seashells (to hide underwater all the better) but are actually gills. Since its life is mostly on land, the lungs are much larger than they were at 1 3/4 years old.5 years old. The Spotted Galumpagolf is now a mature adult, as its head feathers have fully grown. It can live for up to 10 years longer maximum if it doesn't get itself into an accident (they are terribly accident prone and shy creatures).Hope you like it! One day the idea just popped into my head :D

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