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Now, you may be wondering (or you may not be): just what is a Honnudipus (pronounced hon-new-dee-puss)? It is a very small (we're talking a few inches big at the most) beast that prefers to dwell in shallow waters but can, in theory, be found anywhere. It has a very fuzzy white-cream coat that covers its whole body and tail. It has four little duck-like feet for swimming around and a tail with which it steers. However, Honnudipi like to stay in generally the same place, so they often float along rather than swimming. Their very colorful bills are signals to predators that they are poisonous and would not be tasty to eat. The Honnudipi store their venom from their food sources. They eat plants and slow-moving water dwellers; they have poor eyesight and use sonar from their noses to locate food. Honnudipi are generally quite skittish creatures who are masters at hiding (they have even been know to cling upside-down to underwater caves), so they are very rarely spotted.