An unclassified miniscule organism that is native to South America. Key characteristics include, unnaturally large eyeballs, a thick coat of fur, and a lack of skeleton (globular-shaped organism).
Bishes ihhabit the inside of cacti and are not exposed to large amounts of sunlight, which accounts for their naturally large eyeballs. They have a thick fur coating year-round, which protect them from predators. Their body shape is not distinct as they lack a skeleton. Their method of movement can be described as being "slink-like", quite like the famous "Slinkies" of the 1990s.
Mother bishes are conisderably larger than their offspring and are very protective of their young. They exhibit maternal characteristics similar to mother chimpanzees. Mother bishes consume the inner walls of the cacti they inhabit and process the cacti material so it is suitable for safe consumption for their offspring.
Bishes are a newly discovered species and are undergoing much investigation in order to be properly classified. Some have been captured and have been successfully domesticated to serve as household pets.
"Hey! Look at that bish!"
"You ate all my food, you mother bish!"
"Wash your bishes!"
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