Gooblegomps are chubby, gooey creatures that have characteristics similar to dragons and frogs.
ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
Most of a Gooblegomp's body is made of fluids. These fluids contain fats, minerals, and vitamins. Their epidermis is replaced with a thick layer of gooey mucus that keeps them hydrated, much like a frog, and also provides protection from foreign materials and aids in healing wounds. This goo is so thick that it drips off of their body in some places. A Gooblegomp doesn't have normal bones, but instead, their structure comes from cartilage and a special thick, translucent tissue that is similar to absorbent polymer balls. A Gooblegomp's blood can vary in color, but most commonly it is the same color as their smoke. Smoke is produced in the lungs and can have several different properties depending on the individual. Smoke is used as a social tool to display emotions, as well as to mark territories, attract mates, and fend off predators. They have amazing reg