A bizarre mix of brown bear, red deer, bad dress sense and poor dental hygiene mean the Bufoone has to try harder to make friends that the average garden creature. Well-read, cultured, fluent in 245 languages and an excellent stand up comedian, the Bufoone is easy to know and a likeable companion. There is no end to his talents, which can become tiresome but his excellent baking skills mean his constant showing off can be overlooked if you like cake. Don't, under any circumstances, tie a green balloon and a blue balloon to his left antler as this is the Bufoone equivalent of an engagement ring and breaking it off will be upsetting. You don't want to end up married to a Bufoone, trust me.
Don't be fooled by the ballet shoes. Peliboones dislike dancing, classical music and all forms of theatre. They would rather play board games and cards whilst eating chocolate covered peanuts. The shoes are actually used to enable stealthy hunting as the Peliboone likes to sneak up on its dinner unannounced. Someone should tell them that choccy nut snacks can't hear them anyway. Since 1905 they have been banned from flying but will occasionally take to the skies on a Wednesday in March if it's raining. No one knows why but if you catch one you could ask them for me.
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Each of the 6 (and there will be more) has its own personality and talent - the first one is Orange Tangeroone (although he is a bit more red) and he is...The life and soul of any suburban late night garden party. Or so he thinks. The Tangaroone is the friend you'r not really sure you want to be friends with. Don't be filled by the yellow party hat - its actually part of his head. They attend so many parties and events that Mother Nature decided it would be better for the environment just to make them that way. Turn your music off by 9pm to avoid an army of these creatures gate crashing your garden in search of fun - and snacks. Lots of snacks!