BAM-POT (Bammus Majora)

"The Bam-Pot usually thrives within urban environments, the distinctive markings on it's outer shell serving to warn off potential predators. A scavenger by nature; the Bam-Pot feeds almost exclusively on a diet of cut-price alcohol, cigarettes and on the insecurities of passing prey. Not to be confused with the dependent sub-genus "Bammus Minuera" or "Wee Bam" which can often be found nearby feeding off it's larger counterpart and operating as a secondary line of defence should territorial disputes ensue between rival packs. Approach with caution"