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This Baby Puggle Proves Nifflers Actually Exist

Truth is stranger than fiction.

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Niffler is a cute thief obsessed with shiny treasure who steals the movie. "Fluffy, black, and long-snouted, this burrowing creature has a predilection for anything glittery," wrote J.K. Rowling, in the book the film is based on.

Echidnas are one of only two Australian mammals that lay eggs (platypus are the others). The baby puggle hatches after 10 days and is carried around by its mother in a pouch until it starts to grow spikes: then it lives in an underground nursery burrow, where its mother feeds its every three days.

  1. Are nifflers based on puggles?

    Of course they are!
    Don't be ridiculous!
    They are one and the same!!

This Baby Puggle Proves Nifflers Actually Exist

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Are nifflers based on puggles?
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    Of course they are!
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    Don't be ridiculous!
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    They are one and the same!!

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