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#089 Muk - Its toxicity has reached the point where a single drop of it can make an entire lake stagnant and rancid. Touching Muk accidentally may cause a fever that requires bed rest. Their infamous stench increases in the summertime, due to the toxic substances in its body intensifying. Muk’s ability to exist in the environment without it becoming completely hazardous to other lifeforms may be attributed to their ability to actively control their toxins, as they would likely never want to deliberately pollute a river or spread any harmful diseases.

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