Hyperspace Exotic Creatures Handbook

This Book is used by many people in the world. Feel free to read this book about the mythical creatures of Hyperspace.

Written by Ben Youk, a member of the Hyperspace Helpers (these aren't real people)

Let's start with you. You are probably a human. A person on the planet Earth. Sure, maybe a few of you like this 'Nail Armstrog', I mean, 'Neil Armstrong' have journeyed in Space, have landed on the moon and mapped to Ought Cloud. I mean, Oort Cloud. Sorry for the spelling fiascos! I was never on Earth. OK, I'll cut to the chase. Like I said, you have only explored a very small portion of the ever-growing Universe. But guess what? There is a Multiverse, multiple universes. And all the universes are in Hyperspace. Your universe is only new to Hyperspace. As you have not ventured far, you lack knowledge of the exotic creatures that live in the cold void of space, being able to breathe, having special abilities. Do not worry. Do not panic. This Book has the information to the Creatures you are oblivious to. This is the key. Continue reading, readers!
Written by Johnny Bedmeh, a member of the Intergalactic Space Rangers

This is a guide to creatures living on a planet or a star or a moon or whatever. These creatures are rarely seen in the cold void of space and they normally live in water bodies.

Orantles are brown turtles with orange stripes. Terrapins, to be specific. Their legs can change size and shape, making them good for picking locks. They are neither fast nor slow. They can be up to 25 inches (63.5 cm). Sometimes, when an orantle breeds, there is 0.005% of them making a purple baby, not a brown baby. Nevertheless, that purple baby still has orange stripes.
-Minty Axolotl
Found in the Jagged Peaks streams and lakes or the Twilight River or streams and lakes in Jungles, they are incredibly rare. They are known to be able to swim at extreme speeds of 76 kilometres per hour. These Axolotls are just like normal Earth Axolotls but they are faster, cuter and have a paler colour. These unique creatures are known to regenerate their body parts in less than an hour!
-Flailing Walrus
Found very recently in the loch of the Jagged Peaks, there are about 788000 in the wild. These walruses can reproduce very quickly and in 2 months, 2 of these walruses can make 40 walruses! These Flailing Walruses are, obviously, known to flail in bodies of water and can splash their predators with water. If that does not deter the predator, the walrus is known to spit acid!
-Legless Frog
Despite the name, Legless Frogs do have legs but they don't have feet. Because of this, the frog cannot propel itself through the water it lives in but it can swim which is its way of navigating water. Otherwise, it bounces on lily pads to get to one certain area. These frogs eat dragonflies. Legless Frog tadpoles have all the necessary body parts and can swim faster than their adult form.
Written by Professor Dave (member of the Intergalactic Space Rangers)

Despite the freezing cold, the pressure, the stardust that makes me have an allergic reaction, and the lack of air in the void of space, creatures live in space. These creatures have become so resilient and adapted to space that once they are brought to land or water, they die.

-Void Whale
Unbeknownst to many people, there are 5000 large whales inhabiting space. These whales must be very careful while gliding through space otherwise they would fall into a planet or moon or star and die. These whales have adapted to eat stardust and floating debris in space. There was a myth about a void whale called Moby Sick, a giant Void Whale that was known to destroy planets and stars to eat the debris and stardust that came out when the planet or star was destroyed.
-Ornitornic Boatypus
This is just a platypus that lives in space although they nest on moons. They have a very lethal and pointy sting from their arms and legs. One dose of the poison from it can kill a whole settlement of aliens or people. I've heard that on Earth, only males have stings. That is false with Ornitornic Boatypuses as both males and females have stings. Once there was a gigantic one that was evil that was attacking the Relentless galaxy.
Written by Anonymous

From Confusion Pigs to Invisibility Moles, there is a very wide variety of animals living on the planets.

-Invisibility Mole
Not much is known about these mysterious creatures that can turn invisible with invisible burrows.
-Confusion Pigs
There are a wide variety of Confusion Pigs as there are many different colours for them. Even Rainbow Confusion Pigs! The very cool thing about them is that when they breed the baby is a colour mix of their parents. For example, a Red and Yellow Confusion Pig breed and produce an Orange Confusion Pig.



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