Why is this a big deal, anyway? Do Mutos reproduce quickly without any natural predators or something? Is it a Rabbit Australia situation?
Introducing any animal into a new environment can have unforeseen and catastrophic consequences. There are many, MANY examples of this being true. Examples include European boar in the US, pythons in Florida, fish that can walk on land (no, really)… It is extremely unwise to introduce non-native wildlife to an area without extreme foresight, and even then it’s tricky business that can become an irreversible problem.
My money is on “Because we CAN, jerkfaces!”
…now I kinda want to see a Reptoid version of the “ALIENS” guy.
The landlord is also a reptoid? They let them own property?
Also, I’m getting a wicked Sam Eagle vibe.
I knew the landlord reminded me of SOMEONE!
Reptoid housing is owned by the government, and allowed to be run by other reptoids in the interest of preventing any humans from having to unclog a six foot salamander’s toilet.
I want one of those things as my own pet.
They are pretty adorable. And marketable!
All this time I’ve been telling people that Ancient Aliens is one of the most moronic shows on TV, and an insult to the ancients for implying they were too stupid to create the wonders of the world. Turns out I was wrong – they really were that dumb!
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