Item: Trimmers (Working Name)
Designation: Prototype (Terminated)
Storage Contact: Oscar Blonk
Number in Storage: 3
Spherical, fleshy sacks with bare, pinkish skin and visible blue veins. Four elongated, multi-jointed legs that end in points of exposed bone. Underside of sacks display circular orifices lined with small but serrated teeth.
No visible eyes, ears, or other sensory organs. No other orifices easily located.
While at ease, subjects wander aimlessly and lower their central “bodies” to gnaw on ground cover. However, if agitated, subjects flip themselves upside-down, rotating their legs accordingly in order to continue standing. Subjects then scurry at high speeds, ejecting what seem to be digestive enzymes in random, fountain-like manner.
Reason for storage:
Simply touching a subject will send it into a spewing frenzy, as does bumping into a solid object. Any noticeable change in temperature or elevation, even if walking down a gentle slope, causes same behavior. Several other factors also produce this result.
Additionally, while subjects seem to be intended for clearing foliage, they will in fact attempt to eat anything beneath them. If an object cannot be consumed for some reason, the subject will become frustrated and be sent into a spewing frenzy.
Final Order: Permanent Closed Storage.
Further Notes: Amazing to think these came from Goats.