Daddy Lincoln Log Legs
Nothing emancipates us from the problem of summer pests better than this insectivore! It can be found anywhere log cabins are found. With its elegant hat and tails it can eliminate mosquitoes, flies, and other irritants.
You may already have seen this wildly successful mutant in modern ERs. The toe'd is an efficient source of replacement toes for patients who have lost one. They grow in warm, damp environments. The patented tissue building process creates toe'ds which can supply spare digits to anyone with the donor mutant's blood type.
Tree horses keep their external gills wet in rainforest showers. They use three prehensile tails for support and locomotion. Most tree horses are less than seven inches long, but they reduce arboreal pests. (Microsoft's ZooTech lab created this mutant.)
Planimals don't come any stranger than this edible avian. This is one bird that doesn't taste just like chicken. Hybrid Vigor Ltd. created this unsettling mutant.
These tiny frogs collect swamp gasses and heat them to inflate their throat pouches and take to the air. From there they can rapidly deflate to drop down on unsuspecting insects. They were originally created as a party favor to promote a major family film release.
The squarrel is a genius at stacking and protecting square acorns and other square plants. They can be trained to sort a variety of items. They have also gotten a lot of work modeling for 8-bit video-games.
"Dumb as a ton of bricks" doesn't apply to these stone-cold swimmers. The Marine Science Engineering Group created these predators to keep down the menace of rock lobsters — an animal which has menaced a variety of beach locales.