All puffed-up with no where to blow, Batty Bubblefish spend most day swimming around in circles holding their breath. In fact, these marine Moshlings have got such terrible memories they can't remember what is it they're supposed to have forgotten. A bit like me! Never upset one, as they can splurt out gallons of multi-coloured gloop - something I learnt the hard way when I tried to examine one with my giant underwater fish splatula. It took me months to get that stuff outta my whiskers. Still at least I won't forget the incident - I've got a nasty stain on my swim suit to remind me!
All puffed-up with no where to blow, Batty Bubblefish spend most day swimming around in circles holding their breath. In fact these sub-aquatic Moshlings have got such terrible memories they can't remember what is it they're supposed to have forgotten. Make sure to avoid upsetting one as they can splurt out gallons of multi-coloured gloop.
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The trouble with Batty Bubblefish is that they are fantastically forgetful fish. In fact, they can't remember what it is they've forgotten! This means that they are often alarmed, and when they're frightened, they splurt out great gallons of multi-coloured gloop.
When they can remember where they live, these peculiar Moshlings can be found in the foamy waters beneath Fruit Falls. Passers-by often report seeing them pop out of the water, blow a raspberry and plop back in again. Here, they swim around holding their breath and looking for old flip-flops.
Batty Bubblefish live in the foamy waters beneath Fruit Falls. Hang around and you might see one leap out of water, blow a raspberry and leap back underwater.
Scatty, crotchety, bewildered.
Old flip-flops and blowing raspberries.
Old flip-flops and…erm, can't remember.
Fish fingers and swallowing water.
Swimming around in circles holding their breath.
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