The gummy bear is commonly found in brightly coloured plastic bags and while often hunted to the brink of extinction, their intricate mating rituals have never failed to restore their numbers.
In an unnatural habitat, the wild gummy bear submerges itself in nearby glasses and can take up almost four times its own weight in water. This process, while increasing the size of the bear by the same figures, sadly renders it inedible.
"Look at the size of that yellow one! It must have spent the last two days in that lake!" - Steve Irwin on gummy bears.