The Chinese Hamster

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Chinese hamster

The Chinese hamster (Cricetulus griseus), is a species of hamster originating from the deserts of northern China and Mongolia.

It is unique only in that it is the only natural predator of the gremlin. The life span of a gremlin, on average is 100 years. Chinese hamsters live two to three years on average.

The Chinese hamster kills a gremlin with its midnight black, death delivering eyes. Once the two make eye contact, their vision and minds lock into an inescapable death grip. Once transfixed, the gremlin has no chance; it cannot look away. Much the way a bulldog wins its fights by tenaciously clamping its jaws on its adversary’s neck ands never letting go.

The mechanism of action is not fully understood, but the prevailing theory is this:

The reflection of the gremlins malicious deeds in totality, compacted and focused into a single thought wave, is returned from the hamster’s pearly black eyes and produces an unresolvable moral and/or ethical dichotomy that cannot be reconciled. The gremlin’s relatively advanced cerebral cortex cannot process this conflict, becomes confused, disoriented and its memory begins to be rapidly erased.

In a desperate attempt to save itself, the gremlin’s brain passes the conflict to the temporal lobes only to cause deafness, blindness and an inability to vocalize. Sometimes there is a brief seizure before the problem is pass onto the brainstem where breathing stops and there is no support for BP or cardiac function.

The entire process takes 5 to 8 minutes.

This uniqueness of the Chinese hamster is known only to a few select scientist. All of whom live in the West.

I can tell you no more. The rest is classified as Top Secret. I will however let you know what the Doctor is up to, if I can count on your discretion.

Trustfully,
Harriett

About Harriett Raptor

Harriett O. Raptor 8-year-old mother of five, lifelong mate of Ozzie Raptor until he perished last year, fluent in telepathy with The Doctor and possessor of genetic memory. She is an intellectual, a scholar, philosopher and thinker; a wise, learned osprey especially distinguished for her expertise on the H. sapiens problem.
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One Response to The Chinese Hamster

  1. Mark Merrick says:

    Great! Mind Powers!! Excellent.

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