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Moshi Monsters #13: Shmoops, slugs in their bug-gies

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Moshi Monsters Series 10: Shmoops

Roscoe was the main man for us all yesterday, and today on day 13 of our countdown, we have the rather bizarre looking Shmoops making an appearance. These peculiar looking slugs, are stuck inside their little buggies; looking rather cute and cosy all at the same time.

Shmoops can’t actually move, once they have managed to wedge themselves in, so the Slugs in Bugs rely on others to help push them around the streets in Moshi land. So watch out if you are passing along mainstreet; you might get asked to push them up a hill….

Clearly, this isn’t the easiest way to travel, however it does stop Shmoops from leaving horrible trails of slime behind them; which isn’t a bad thing, right?

Likes: Dewy grass and the smell of wet concrete

Dislikes: Uphill struggles and salty snacks

Unlucky for some, but not for Shmoops, we are on to day 14 tomorrow, so keep up to date with what is happening on the blog by giving us a bit of subscriber love below and find out who is going to be next…we only have three days to go now!

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Moshi monsters series 10: Shmoops

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