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BEHOLD #325 – Jules and Vincent, the P–Urchins (Pom Urchins)

There are over 950 species of P–Urchins that inhabit the oceans of every depth and climate. They are echinoderms, in the same family as P–Cucumbers, Sand Dollars, and Starfish. They come in many colors including orange, yellow, black, purple, and green. The red P–Urchins are the largest at 7 inches in diameter, but most other colors are small – 1 to 4 inches in diameter and weigh about a pound. Don’t let their small stature fool you – Jules and Vincent are poisonous underwater pomsassins. They can stab folks with their spines and they can sting Poms, too. Some have deadly venom, like their boss, Marcellus. He is the deadliest type of P–Urchin, the Flower Urchin. They don’t have any bones, but they do have spines and hundreds of flexible, tiny feet called tube feet that move them along. They can live up to 200 years in the wild and 30 years in captivity. Since their mouths are on the bottom of their bodies and their anuses are on the top, Jules and Vincent wear boxer shorts on their heads to cover up their bits. They might be deadly pomsassins, but they’re not going to swim around with their anuses hanging out for all to see. 



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