Gellitor the Gellit

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Just as soon as I can I plan on obtaining, at least, one or more eggs of the
Gellit. Little Gellitor is the most musical creature I have encountered. I am thinking of barbershop quartet harmony filling our backyard. Or even some
smooth harmonizing like the Beach Boys. One must never waste perfect pitch when it comes to music.

About Gellit Eggs

Gellit eggs carry a strange, organic-smelling odor that's quite unpleasant. In addition, Gellit eggs are very slimy. Gellit egg slime doesn't wash off skin easily either; it's kind of like glue. In general, handle Gellit eggs with gloves! It's one of those kinds of species...

Small fungus grow on the outer shell of Gellit eggs. If tampered with, a fungus will pop and excrete bits of puss. Gross!

About the Gellit Creature

Gellits are friendly, non-poisonous frog creatures that, ironically, sound like birds when they make noise. Sometimes if you're hearing a beautiful song by a pond, it's possible that it might be a Gellit singing! Gellits also like to get together and sing with each other.

Gellit songs have been recorded and analyzed at the Science and Research Center in Ark City. No matter the Gellit song, it would seem that Gellits know how to harmonize with each other with little to no error in pitch. From these conclusions, scientists believe that all Gellits have a gift called perfect pitch.