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Gastric Brooding Frog
The Grastric Brooding Frog comes in two flavours, Rheobatrachus silus and Rheobatrachus vitellinus. Unfortunately, for reasons unknown (but more than likely disruption to habitat and pollution) this species declined in numbers after its initial discovery in 1973 to the point where they are extreemely endangered and, sadly, now believed to be extinct in the wild. For more information on this particular creature, see the website below.http://allaboutfrogs.org/info/save/endangered.html
"Back to back, belly to belly
I donít give a damn, I done dead already
Oho back to back, belly to belly
At the Zombie Jamboree"
"Zombie Jamboree" was written and composed by Conrad Mauge, and known to have been performed by Harry Belafonte. It is available on CD from Amazon.com.
Version 1.0 Game Bug
In the initial release of Morrowind, it was apparently possible to drop a bound item, and leave it on the ground for longer than its spell duration, meaning that when you picked it up, the commands needed to remove the bound item had already been called. The practical upshot was that you end up with a permenant bound item at no extra cost.
Dude, Where's My Guar?
"Dude, where's my Guar?" is a possibly a reference to the 2000 movie "Dude, Where's My Car?", starring Ashton Kutcher and Seann William Scott, in which two substance abusers attempt to retrace the previous night's events in order to find their car, which ultimately results in contact with alien races, kidnappings and general mayhem.
Other possibilities include the script Crassius Curio is known to have worked on for some time titled "Good Fellow, Where Is My Guar?" in which an Argonian and a Khajjit, who have partaken in too much skooma, lose their Guar and travel the length of Vvardenfell looking for it ultimately resulting in contact with Daedra Princes, kidnappings and general mayhem.
"Dude, Where's My Car?" was writen by Philip Stark and directed by Danny Leiner. It is available on VHS and DVD from Amazon.com.
In The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, players had the ability to purchase houses, wagons, ships and packhorses for personal use at any time in the game, allowing players to have a place to sleep, carry more loot or travel faster than walking or swimming could ever allow.