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What's a Wutzle?

Author: Jough

For years researchers have been tracking the notorious creature we call the Wutzle. Unfortunately the Wutzle is so stealthy and its current habitat remains unknown leaving scientists clueless as to what a Wutzle is and where a Wutzle could be found. Several theories also suggest that the Wutzle may not even exist at all! In an effort to collect more data regarding the whereabouts of a Wutzle please leave your experiences or theories in a comment below. We thank you for your continued dedication in the hunt for the answer to life's most demanding question; What's a Wutzle?

March 21, 2006 Wutzle Comments (3)


Member: Davis
The Wuzzles is an animated television series created for Saturday morning television, and was first broadcast on September 14, 1985 on CBS. An idea of Michael Eisner for his new Disney television animation studio, the premise is that the main characters are hybrids of two different animals. The original thirteen episodes ran on CBS for their first run. Here is the detailed description to know more about Wuzzles.

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Jough's years of experience in web design and programming and his irrefutable dedication to his computer make him a prime candidate for Wutzle Blog territory. Jough's rare respite from the world of Wutzle will include thumb exercise with a television remote and perfection of a dry sense of humor.