A hyrbid cross between a penguin and a polar bear. It has the head of a polar bear, body of a penguin and the attitude of a polar benguin. It is a generally friendly creature, but in circumstances of extreme hunger it may attempt to eat its own flipper in a perverse demonstration of its inherent identity crisis. The polar benguin resides wherever your imagination dictates.
On our arctic journey we found that the polar benguins were going extinct. Save the polar benguins!
by Patrick Hernandez September 03, 2009