The Natural History of Michiganensis universitae rachelouisesis
rachelouisesis in its prime habitat (a rare picture showing this species in its awake state).
rachelouisesis spends a significant proportion of its day time foraging the habitat shown above for tiny bits of pseudo-nourishment known as "latte".
Social interactions in rachelouisesis. This companion sub-species is Michiganensis universitae joellynis.
rachelouisesis shown with a rare visitor to this frigid northern environment.
A close-up of rachelouisesis. Notice the evolutionarily primitive vestigial appendage located above this species' chin area.