Quirky, unique and fun loving Grubbs. General consensus on the origin of this species is they arrived on Earth via a hot-wired Voyager probe from the 1970’s that crash landed in an undisclosed forested area in Auckland circa 2016. They are believed to be a sort of miniature alien deer and naturally occurring criminal but redeem themselves through their nocturnal chittering and handsome appearance. Data is scant as to the general nature of their activities and the extent they can be prosecuted under the New Zealand criminal justice system. They have been observed enjoying and cultivating Woowoo berries, a possible narcotic with an acrid taste of bitter apples and seagull feather tea. Grubbs are found in a secret forest near Auckland by Jed Seward, who bribes them with woowoo berries or, when that doesn't work, hunts them with a butterfly net.
Grubbs stand approximately 14-15cm tall (including a small wooden plinth, on which they stand) are made of resin and polymer clay and usually painted with acrylic.
Jed has been studying Grubbs and provided us with the following information (additional notes added by Gary).
2) Andrew, a forest Grubb. You probably have several in your garden. If not you should introduce them as they are generally beneficial and their Woo Berry stills rarely explode.
12) Jo, not important as he has already been adopted.