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Do you want to risk looking after a Wingachog? If so there are one or two things that you should know. A Wingachog is a creature like a hedgehog with wings. When in danger this animal will curl up and shoot its toxic spikes in all directions. Read on to find out more.


The Wingachog eats some unusual foods. While most animals eat soft food, the Wingachog, who has super strong teeth, can eat really strong substances such as metal, iron and steel, consequently it is super strong and really hard to kill.


If you would like to find a Wingachog I would suggest looking in places such as high up places, cold places and dark caves. Be sure to wear to wear protective clothing when going into these areas.

So, to conclude these creatures can be extremely dangerous. But sometimes they can be very friendly. BUT be warned these animals may be small but they are VERY strong!!!



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Comment 1 Comment by Ben S on 10 May 12 at 10:05am | Quote this comment
Hi Ed, brilliant guide on Wingachogs! For tickle pinks, I loved your rhetorical question: Do you want to look after a Wingachog? I also liked your use of BUI and puncuation. For growing green, you could add some better adjectives in the eating paragraph.
Comment 2 Comment by Mr Ryan on 22 May 12 at 12:17pm | Quote this comment
Excellent constructive feedback, Ben! ;-)

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