A Buhlagoh is a six legged, omnivorous mammal in the bear family. However, it is significantly smaller than average bears. A Buhlagoh can only grow up to three feet long. They have short gray fur, black rounded ears, and clear blue eyes. A Buhlagoh is similar to a panda. A Buhlagohs head is slightly larger than their bodies. They have sharp nails that are used to catch their prey. Buhlagohs are as fast as tigers, so they can escape easily. A Buhlagoh eats up to fifty snails a day, and only drinks coconut water. They also use their long nails to help climb willow trees. Buhlagohs sleep on willow trees and use the leaves as pillows. The difference between a Buhlagoh and a bear is that a Buhlagoh does not hibernate. They do not hibernate because they have a phobia of caves and could become sick if they walk into one.
A Buhlagoh can only mate with pandas. On an average, a Buhlagoh can have up to fifteen cubs at a time. Buhlagohs only travel in groups of four, one female and three males. The male Buhlagohs cater to the female by feeding and bathing her. Buhlagohs originated in Africa about 27 years ago. They are sometimes seen in Hawaii, Costa Rica, and Brazil. They are often hunted for their blood, because their blood contains the cure for cancer. However, only a few Buhlagohs have been caught. There is no evidence provided to show how Buhlagohs appeared on this planet, but they continue to be the most mysterious animals in the world.