Swinging from tree to tree, these extraordinary acrobats can cover great distances at phenomenal speeds, whilst simultanously cracking coconuts and coping with a full load of colourfast nylons on program 9.
Burrowing beneath the earth, Toasters are shy nocturnal creatures who emerge during the hours of darkness to forage for worms and grubs, and hold all-night parties.
Herds of TV sets graze peacefully on the plains, occasionally ascending the slopes of mount Grundig, where they can recieve a clearer signal.
The scavengers of Cooker Island. They often trail in the wake of the big carnivores, in the hope of picking up a few scraps.
Capable of snapping a bison's neck with the flick of an icebox.
Waste Disposal Unit
Deep at the bottom of the ocean, a giant waste disposal unit creates a powerful vortex, capable of dragging unwary vessels to a watery grave.
Shoals of freshwater steam irons swim in the lake of St Morphy Richards
Perfectly adapted to dry, dusty conditions, these graceful creatures sift through the hot sandy beaches, looking for bits of grit and discarded coins.
A fantastic natural breakwater composed of the discarded disposable heads of millions of electric toothbrushes.
The daddy, the governor, the boss. The ultimate king of carnivores. Gas or electric, it doesn't matter - once it's got your scent in its grill, you're lunch.