Abbreviation for the Najamus Haiderus, a small, fuzzy, off-white rodent common to the north-eastern part of the United States. In the few decades since its discovery, the habits of this unusual creature have astonished the scientific community as it seeks to understand the peculiarities of a species bearing strange resemblances to rabbits and – interestingly enough – ferrets. Thus far, citings of Najamus Haiderus have been limited to high-density locales, usually college campuses which, given the creature’s seeming reliance on caffeinated energy sources and fondness for light and sound, is to be expected. Worth noting is the Haiderus’ routine self-imposed exile in darkness, be it the musty rooms of a library or within the fume-ridden confines of a darkroom, raising doubts as to whether there is also some genealogical link to the lemming. This practice also explains the creature’s extremely pale appearance. Besides its dependence on caffeine, Haiderus is also noted for its penchant for ice cream and (oddly) frozen burritos, all of which serve to explain this creature’s small stature and preferred habitat.
Tired and paler than usual, the small Naj shuffled across the front lawn towards the discarded coffee cup, hoping to find one last drop.
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