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20th Jan '18 6:39:13 PM Lopiny
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* The Greedy from ''WesternAnimation/RaggedyAnnAndAndyAMusicalAdventure'' a giant lake of liquid taffy who loves to eat sweets.

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* The Greedy from ''WesternAnimation/RaggedyAnnAndAndyAMusicalAdventure'' a giant lake of liquid taffy who loves to eat sweets.sweets, including [[ITasteDelicious himself]].
19th Jan '18 12:24:19 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/UltimateFantasticFour'': Reed Richards, after becoming the Maker. While ''technically'' a RubberMan, he really doesn't bother maintaining a form even close to human, instead turning into a multi-tentacled, multi-headed blob monster.
14th Jan '18 3:55:08 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* The Shoggoths of the ''Monster Girl Encylopedia'' are amorphous blobs that take the form of maids and just like the Shoggoths of the Elder Things, these were made as servants and caretakers and found underground in caves. Unlike most monsters, they have a vibe of purity and are concerned with the well being of the human male they chose to be their master (even trying to make him sleep on her like a bed). Like other monsters, however, it's not a good idea to have sex with them as they will want to literally melt together with their master and become one. After a while, they'll become a beast with no back.
10th Jan '18 9:22:12 AM Mavado
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A recent sub-variant has become popular on the various Internet art sites -- that of the SlimeGirl, aka the "Goo Girl" (Website/DeviantArt or Danbooru) or "Slime Maiden" (Website/{{Pixiv}}) -- which is effectively the Blob Monster given the CuteMonsterGirl treatment, with [[Anime/SailorMoon Jamanen]] and [[Anime/QueensBlade Melona]] being the poster girls of this variant.

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A recent sub-variant has become popular on the various Internet art sites -- that of the SlimeGirl, aka the "Goo Girl" (Website/DeviantArt or Danbooru) or "Slime Maiden" (Website/{{Pixiv}}) -- which is effectively the Blob Monster given the CuteMonsterGirl treatment, with [[Anime/SailorMoon Jamanen]] [[Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl Suu]] and [[Anime/QueensBlade Melona]] being the poster girls of this variant.
7th Jan '18 5:35:42 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' video game, the boss of the "Slime Time" level is a monster made of slime that lives in a garbage can. To defeat it, Buzz must keep firing his laser at it to shrink it. With every hit, it grows bigger, but during the final hit, the green laser power-up appears and helps out immensely.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory2'' ''VideoGame/ToyStory2'' video game, the boss of the "Slime Time" level is a monster made of slime that lives in a garbage can. To defeat it, Buzz must keep firing his laser at it to shrink it. With every hit, it grows bigger, but during the final hit, the green laser power-up appears and helps out immensely.
28th Dec '17 1:21:34 PM merotoker
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Blob [[AliensAndMonsters monsters]]. Amorphous, often implacable due to their unique (lack of) anatomy, these creatures range from mindless eating machines to tricksy shapeshifters. Usually NighInvulnerable, and sometimes capable of VoluntaryShapeshifting. Often based on jellyfish, amoebas and similar invertebrates (or, in sillier cases, gelatinous desserts), this creature can be found throughout horror, fantasy and speculative fiction environments. Often [[HollywoodAcid acidic]], it is usually defeated by being [[KillItWithIce frozen]], or by heroes who take advantage of its chemical composition with a stream of TechnoBabble.

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Blob [[AliensAndMonsters monsters]]. Amorphous, often implacable due to their unique (lack of) anatomy, these creatures range from mindless eating machines to tricksy shapeshifters. Usually NighInvulnerable, {{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le, and sometimes capable of VoluntaryShapeshifting. Often based on jellyfish, amoebas and similar invertebrates (or, in sillier cases, gelatinous desserts), this creature can be found throughout horror, fantasy and speculative fiction environments. Often [[HollywoodAcid acidic]], it is usually defeated by being [[KillItWithIce frozen]], or by heroes who take advantage of its chemical composition with a stream of TechnoBabble.



A recent sub-variant has become popular on the various internet art sites -- that of the SlimeGirl, aka the "Goo Girl" (Website/DeviantArt or Danbooru) or "Slime Maiden" (Website/{{Pixiv}}) -- which is effectively the Blob Monster given the CuteMonsterGirl treatment, with [[Anime/SailorMoon Jamanen]] and [[Anime/QueensBlade Melona]] being the poster girls of this variant.

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A recent sub-variant has become popular on the various internet Internet art sites -- that of the SlimeGirl, aka the "Goo Girl" (Website/DeviantArt or Danbooru) or "Slime Maiden" (Website/{{Pixiv}}) -- which is effectively the Blob Monster given the CuteMonsterGirl treatment, with [[Anime/SailorMoon Jamanen]] and [[Anime/QueensBlade Melona]] being the poster girls of this variant.



* An Italian advertisment about some snacks involves a [[Film/TheBlob1958 Blob]] parody where a giant monster made of chocolate swallows grains of puffed rice, leaving the titular product behind.

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* An Italian advertisment advertisement about some snacks involves a [[Film/TheBlob1958 Blob]] parody where a giant monster made of chocolate swallows grains of puffed rice, leaving the titular product behind.



* ''Anime/SailorMoon''

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* ''Anime/SailorMoon''''Anime/SailorMoon'':



* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':



* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series features a surprising amount of these in both shapeless and shapely form, no less. Heartcatch for instance, features a large gel-like female creature made of water, although she mainly weeps. In the Fresh season, however, one of the villains creats a shadowy facsimile of Setsuna who morphs her body into tentacles as well as melts into the shadows of her opponents to ambush them.

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* The ''Anime/PrettyCure'' series features a surprising amount of these in both shapeless and shapely form, no less. Heartcatch for instance, features a large gel-like female creature made of water, although she mainly weeps. In the Fresh season, however, one of the villains creats creates a shadowy facsimile of Setsuna who morphs her body into tentacles as well as melts into the shadows of her opponents to ambush them.



** Trebol from the Dressrosa arc possesses the Beta Beta no Mi (Stick-Stick Fruit), which gives him the ability to tap massive amounts of mucus from his body. Certain events and dialog caused a BrokenBase as to whether the fruit is Logia or Paramecia until the truth was revealed: [[spoiler:it's a Paramecia. Trebol actually covers his thin body in a thick coat of mucus, thus fooling opponents into thinking he's a Logia user when they're not actually hitting his body within the goo blob in the first place.]]

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** Trebol from the Dressrosa arc possesses the Beta Beta no Mi (Stick-Stick Fruit), which gives him the ability to tap massive amounts of mucus from his body. Certain events and dialog caused a BrokenBase as to whether the fruit is Logia or Paramecia until the truth was revealed: [[spoiler:it's a Paramecia. Trebol actually covers his thin body in a thick coat of mucus, thus fooling opponents into thinking he's a Logia user when they're not actually hitting his body within the goo blob in the first place.]]place]].



** An [[http://www.obakemono.com/obake/umibozu/ Umibozu]] appears briefly in ''Anime/PomPoko''
** The cursed gods (sort of) and [[spoiler: the decapitated Deer/Forest spirit]] in ''Anime/PrincessMononoke''
** No Face and the Stink Spirit ([[spoiler: actually a river god suffering from pollution]]) in ''Anime/SpiritedAway''

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** An [[http://www.obakemono.com/obake/umibozu/ Umibozu]] appears briefly in ''Anime/PomPoko''
''Anime/PomPoko''.
** The cursed gods (sort of) and [[spoiler: the decapitated Deer/Forest spirit]] in ''Anime/PrincessMononoke''
''Anime/PrincessMononoke''.
** No Face and the Stink Spirit ([[spoiler: actually a river god suffering from pollution]]) in ''Anime/SpiritedAway''''Anime/SpiritedAway''.



** A hallucination (of [[MythologyGag the Shadow]]) and [[spoiler: Lord Cob]] in ''Anime/TalesFromEarthsea''

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** A hallucination (of [[MythologyGag the Shadow]]) and [[spoiler: Lord Cob]] in ''Anime/TalesFromEarthsea''''Anime/TalesFromEarthsea''.



** The Moopi in ''Manga/{{Phoenix}}''

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** The Moopi in ''Manga/{{Phoenix}}''''Manga/{{Phoenix}}''.



* The ELS in ''Anime/Gundam00AwakeningOfTheTrailblazer'' are a variation. They are made of metal, and are just as tough and hard as that implies, but can shapeshift as easily as a blob monster when they wish. They can even combine together or split apart. Unlike most creatures of this type, though, they are ''not'' NighInvulnerable. If a part of an ELS dies, it generally stays dead, and they don't appear to be able to "regenerate" damage or instantly heal wounds (presumably, they'd need to gather an [[EquivalentExchange appropriate amount of raw material first]].)

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* The ELS in ''Anime/Gundam00AwakeningOfTheTrailblazer'' ''Anime/Gundam00AWakeningOfTheTrailblazer'' are a variation. They are made of metal, and are just as tough and hard as that implies, but can shapeshift as easily as a blob monster when they wish. They can even combine together or split apart. Unlike most creatures of this type, though, they are ''not'' NighInvulnerable.{{Nigh Invulnerab|ility}}le. If a part of an ELS dies, it generally stays dead, and they don't appear to be able to "regenerate" damage or instantly heal wounds (presumably, they'd need to gather an [[EquivalentExchange appropriate amount of raw material first]].)



* Bubble Claw from Anime/CuteyHoney.

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* Bubble Claw from Anime/CuteyHoney.''Anime/CuteyHoney''.



* Several of these appear in some of the Precure series, ranging from a generic blob-like monster to even a shadowy doppleganger of one of the Cures.
** The main villain of two of the crossover movies is literally a fusion of several monster types called Fusion, who can absorb the attacks of the Cures, changing his colors, size and abilities.

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* Several of these appear in some of the Precure series, ranging from a generic blob-like monster to even a shadowy doppleganger of one of the Cures.
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Cures. The main villain of two of the crossover movies is literally a fusion of several monster types called Fusion, who can absorb the attacks of the Cures, changing his colors, size and abilities.



* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' had a villain named The Blob, who was a morbidly obese mutant who couldn't be hurt by anything (and in some continuities, could "suck up" attacks into his folds of flesh). Other, more appropriate examples include a student who was essentially a walking pile of biogenic paraffin wax with a brain, and a sentient puddle in a body suit.

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* The ''Comicbook/XMen'' had a villain named The Blob, who was a morbidly obese mutant who couldn't be hurt by anything (and in some continuities, could "suck up" attacks into his folds of flesh). Other, more appropriate examples include a student who was essentially a walking pile of biogenic paraffin wax with a brain, and a sentient puddle in a body suit.



* ''ComicBook/NewMutants''' Mercury, who is described as a "female T-1000".

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* ''ComicBook/NewMutants''' ''ComicBook/NewXMenAcademyX'' has Mercury, who is described as a "female T-1000".



* The [[Franchise/GreenLantern Sinestro Corpsman Slushh]] is a blob monster that is made up of a powerful acid contained by a transparent membrane. One of his methods of attack is to grab an enemy and pull them inside of him where they dissolve quickly. He's done this lots of times before judging by the number of bones floating about inside him.

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* Franchise/GreenLantern: The [[Franchise/GreenLantern [[Characters/GLSinestroCorps Sinestro Corpsman Slushh]] is a blob monster that is made up of a powerful acid contained by a transparent membrane. One of his methods of attack is to grab an enemy and pull them inside of him where they dissolve quickly. He's done this lots of times before judging by the number of bones floating about inside him.



* The Chaos Devil from ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'', a horror comprised of [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Chaos]] and the [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Yellow Devil]]. It's a very dangerous foe, nearly overpowering Bass and Metal Sonic in its debut. Even attacking its eye (Yellow Devil's weakness) had little effect against it due to the Chaos fluid, and it nearly took down Sonic and Mega Man before [[spoiler: [[BigDamnHeroes Duo stepped in]].]]
* Caitlin Fairchild of [[{{ComicBook/Gen13}} Gen13]] became this following [[spoiler: her death and rebirth]], displaying a nifty teleportation ability with it as well, though it remains to be seen whether or not she retained these powers following the DC 2011 reboot when the series was merged with DC.

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* The Chaos Devil from ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehogMegaManWorldsCollide'', a horror comprised of [[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Chaos]] and the [[VideoGame/MegaManClassic Yellow Devil]]. It's a very dangerous foe, nearly overpowering Bass and Metal Sonic in its debut. Even attacking its eye (Yellow Devil's weakness) had little effect against it due to the Chaos fluid, and it nearly took down Sonic and Mega Man before [[spoiler: [[BigDamnHeroes Duo stepped in]].]]
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* ''{{ComicBook/Gen13}}'':
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Caitlin Fairchild of [[{{ComicBook/Gen13}} Gen13]] became this following [[spoiler: her death and rebirth]], displaying a nifty teleportation ability with it as well, though it remains to be seen whether or not she retained these powers following the DC 2011 reboot when the series was merged with DC.



* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', a monster made entirely from goo makes a cameo appearance, he is shown walking (or oozing) down the pavement but accidently slips down a rainwater gutter leaving only his eyes and mouth left.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/MonstersInc'', a monster made entirely from goo makes a cameo appearance, he appearance. He is shown walking (or oozing) down the pavement but accidently slips down a rainwater gutter leaving only his eyes and mouth left.



* The Lethargians from ''Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth'', little creatures made of a mucus like substance who lure victims over to them by convincing them to be lazy like them so they can eat them, after Tock saves Milo from them they form together in a lake in an attempt to drown them.

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* The Lethargians from ''Literature/ThePhantomTollbooth'', little creatures made of a mucus like substance who lure victims over to them by convincing them to be lazy like them so they can eat them, after them. After Tock saves Milo from them they form together in a lake in an attempt to drown them.



* ''Film/TheBlob1958'', a 1950s BMovie, is the TropeMaker. As well as the BloodierAndGorier 1980s remake ''Film/TheBlob1988''.

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* ''Film/TheBlob1958'', a 1950s BMovie, is the TropeMaker.{{Trope Maker|s}}. As well as the BloodierAndGorier 1980s remake ''Film/TheBlob1988''.



* Pretorius in the ''Film/FromBeyond'' movie essentially becomes The Thing with the [[FromBadToWorse mind of a human pervert]].
* The film ''Angry Red Planet'' features a blob monster with a single eye which [[SpecialEffectsFailure spins like a radar dish]] on top of its Man-of-War like body. Naturally green in color, it is electrocuted in the end. However, a small piece of it latches on to one of the astronauts and it continues to live (and try and eat the poor infectee).

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* Pretorius in the ''Film/FromBeyond'' movie essentially becomes The Thing with the [[FromBadToWorse mind of a human pervert]].
* The film ''Angry Red Planet'' features a blob monster with a single eye which [[SpecialEffectsFailure [[SpecialEffectFailure spins like a radar dish]] on top of its Man-of-War like body. Naturally green in color, it is electrocuted in the end. However, a small piece of it latches on to one of the astronauts and it continues to live (and try and eat the poor infectee).



** The T-X from ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' had a SuperTough robotic skeleton with a Blobby cover; although she couldn't [[VoluntaryShapeshifting alter her shape]] as freely as the completely liquid metal T-1000, she could also mimic any human she touched.

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** The T-X from ''Film/Terminator3RiseOfTheMachines'' had a SuperTough {{Super Tough|ness}} robotic skeleton with a Blobby cover; although she couldn't [[VoluntaryShapeshifting alter her shape]] as freely as the completely liquid metal T-1000, she could also mimic any human she touched.



* ''The Unknown Terror'' features a flesh-devouring fungus that acts like this. Why? Because it's portrayed by [[SpecialEffectsFailure SOAP SUDS]].

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* ''The Unknown Terror'' features a flesh-devouring fungus that acts like this. Why? Because it's portrayed by [[SpecialEffectsFailure [[SpecialEffectFailure SOAP SUDS]].



* ''The Raft'' of ''{{Film/Creepshow2}}'' is about a group of college students trapped on a raft while a oil-like blob monster that can only drift on the surface of the water tries to engulf and digest them. [[spoiler:[[KillEmAll They find out far too late it can leave the water's surface just fine.]]]]

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* ''The Raft'' of ''{{Film/Creepshow2}}'' ''Film/Creepshow2'' is about a group of college students trapped on a raft while a an oil-like blob monster that can only drift on the surface of the water tries to engulf and digest them. [[spoiler:[[KillEmAll They find out far too late it can leave the water's surface just fine.]]]]



* ''Franchise/CthulhuMythos''. Creator/HPLovecraft's Shoggoths, introduced in ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'', were created and hypnotically controlled by AncientAstronauts who forced them to [[ShapeShifting shapeshift]] in ways that made them functionally equivalent to heavy construction machinery. No, really. This being from a Lovecraft CosmicHorrorStory, guess [[GoneHorriblyWrong what]] [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters happened afterwards]].

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* ''Franchise/CthulhuMythos''. Creator/HPLovecraft's Shoggoths, introduced in ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'', were created and hypnotically controlled by AncientAstronauts who forced them to [[ShapeShifting shapeshift]] {{shapeshift|ing}} in ways that made them functionally equivalent to heavy construction machinery. No, really. This being from a Lovecraft CosmicHorrorStory, guess [[GoneHorriblyWrong what]] [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters happened afterwards]].



* In Creator/StephenKing's short story "Grey Matter" (published in the collection ''Literature/NightShift''), a man slowly changes into a Blob Monster after drinking a can of contaminated beer.
** Also by King, "The Raft" features an aquatic BlobMonster that resembles an oil slick.

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* Creator/StephenKing:
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In Creator/StephenKing's the short story "Grey Matter" (published in the collection ''Literature/NightShift''), a man slowly changes into a Blob Monster after drinking a can of contaminated beer.
** Also by King, "The Raft" features an aquatic BlobMonster version that resembles an oil slick.



* The titular creature in Craig Shaw Gardner's ''Bride of the Slime Monster'' was later revealed to be [[spoiler:a formerly-missing chimp sidekick in a monster suit.]]
* The "Quozzel" in the ''EnchantedForestChronicles'': it's repeatedly compared to blackberry jam, can seep into stone like a sponge, and causes earthquakes. It's fairly dangerous in its cave habitat and fairly harmless outside it.

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* The titular creature in Craig Shaw Gardner's ''Bride of the Slime Monster'' was later revealed to be [[spoiler:a formerly-missing chimp sidekick in a monster suit.]]
suit]].
* The "Quozzel" in the ''EnchantedForestChronicles'': ''Literature/EnchantedForestChronicles'': it's repeatedly compared to blackberry jam, can seep into stone like a sponge, and causes earthquakes. It's fairly dangerous in its cave habitat and fairly harmless outside it.



* In the italian modern fairy tale '''Literature/GorgoTheOgre''', the titular character has to fight the Slobbering Monster to become a Golden Ogre. Said monster is a giant mass of green slime covered in tentacles and eyes with a vulnerable core. Thanks to its nature it's very difficult to get to his nest. The sequel also stars the King of the Black Ogre, who's essentially a small limbless blob with one eye covered in boils from which he can eject tentacles.

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* In the italian Italian modern fairy tale '''Literature/GorgoTheOgre''', the titular character has to fight the Slobbering Monster to become a Golden Ogre. Said monster is a giant mass of green slime covered in tentacles and eyes with a vulnerable core. Thanks to its nature it's very difficult to get to his nest. The sequel also stars the King of the Black Ogre, who's essentially a small limbless blob with one eye covered in boils from which he can eject tentacles.



* The [[StarfishAliens Yherjak]] in ''Literature/AgentToTheStars''. Each one of them is actually a sentient colony organism, capable of altering its overall shape. They normally communicate via smells but are able to generate sound (presumably by vibrating their gelatinous bodies) to communicate with humans (even the name Yherjak is not what they call themselves, since it's hard to turn a smell into words). They are actually quite friendly, but, after arriving into Earth's orbit on their STL asteroid ship, they [[AliensStealCable received our transmissions]] and learned from our entertainment media that humans would, most likely, perceive them as ugly and hostile. So, instead of the typical TakeMeToYourLeader approach, they call up (as in, on his cell phone) the head of an LA talent agency and ask him to find a competent agent to give the Yherjak a positive public image before revealing themselves to humanity. [[spoiler:They can also engage in MindControl via tiny tendrils reaching into brains, but they only use it on animals. They can also absorb memories and even temporarily "possess" people, although it's a ''big'' taboo among them]]. It's also stated that, since they reproduce via a method similar to mitosis, all Yherjak are genetically indistinguishable (indeed, the YouALLLookFamiliar makes perfect sense with them from a human viewpoint and is not simple racism). The only thing distinguishing one Yherjak from another is its personality (or soul, as they refer to it). Each Yherjak's personality is an amalgamation of the parent's personality/memories and those of one or more other Yherjak, who "meld" with the parent for the purpose of conception. The process of memory/trait selection is even described in a similar manner to how a human offspring's DNA is formed from that of his or her parents (e.g. dominant traits come through, recessive traits don't). The parent then splits into two identical-looking Yherjak, one of which has all its memories and the other is the offspring. During the "melding" process, all parties must drop their mental defenses in order for it to work, and some nefarious individuals can use the moment to overwrite the others' minds with their own. This is called "[[DeathOfPersonality soul death]]" and is the most heinous crime the Yherjak can think of (equivalent to the worst kind of murder or, as one of them puts it, equal to about "five of the Ten Commandments").

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* The [[StarfishAliens Yherjak]] in ''Literature/AgentToTheStars''. Each one of them is actually a sentient colony organism, capable of altering its overall shape. They normally communicate via smells but are able to generate sound (presumably by vibrating their gelatinous bodies) to communicate with humans (even the name Yherjak is not what they call themselves, since it's hard to turn a smell into words). They are actually quite friendly, but, after arriving into Earth's orbit on their STL asteroid ship, they [[AliensStealCable received our transmissions]] and learned from our entertainment media that humans would, most likely, perceive them as ugly and hostile. So, instead of the typical TakeMeToYourLeader approach, they call up (as in, on his cell phone) the head of an LA talent agency and ask him to find a competent agent to give the Yherjak a positive public image before revealing themselves to humanity. [[spoiler:They can also engage in MindControl via tiny tendrils reaching into brains, but they only use it on animals. They can also absorb memories and even temporarily "possess" people, although it's a ''big'' taboo among them]]. them.]] It's also stated that, since they reproduce via a method similar to mitosis, all Yherjak are genetically indistinguishable (indeed, the YouALLLookFamiliar makes perfect sense with them from a human viewpoint and is not simple racism). The only thing distinguishing one Yherjak from another is its personality (or soul, as they refer to it). Each Yherjak's personality is an amalgamation of the parent's personality/memories and those of one or more other Yherjak, who "meld" with the parent for the purpose of conception. The process of memory/trait selection is even described in a similar manner to how a human offspring's DNA is formed from that of his or her parents (e.g. dominant traits come through, recessive traits don't). The parent then splits into two identical-looking Yherjak, one of which has all its memories and the other is the offspring. During the "melding" process, all parties must drop their mental defenses in order for it to work, and some nefarious individuals can use the moment to overwrite the others' minds with their own. This is called "[[DeathOfPersonality soul death]]" and is the most heinous crime the Yherjak can think of (equivalent to the worst kind of murder or, as one of them puts it, equal to about "five of the Ten Commandments").



** Also, a Founder can take a lot of energy -- one shot from Klingon blaster can kill a human (or Klingon) -- but hundreds of them were needed to bring down the Founder [[spoiler:impersonating General Martok.]]
** And in one episode, Odo is subject to some substance which turns him into literal Blob Monster (i.e with similar personality).

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** Also, a Founder can take a lot of energy -- one shot from Klingon blaster can kill a human (or Klingon) -- but hundreds of them were needed to bring down the Founder [[spoiler:impersonating General Martok.]]
Martok]].
** And in one episode, Odo is subject to some substance which turns him into literal Blob Monster (i.e e. with similar personality).



* ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack'': The title character is infamous for morphing herself into a silvery goo in order to sneak around.
** Season 2 gave her the ability to absorb anyone or anything in her mass and carry it with her.

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* ''Series/TheSecretWorldOfAlexMack'': The title character is infamous for morphing herself into a silvery goo in order to sneak around.
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around. Season 2 gave her the ability to absorb anyone or anything in her mass and carry it with her.



** The demon lord Juiblex the Faceless Lord, and the god Ghaunadaur, That Which Lurks. Bwimb was once the most powerful entity on the Paraelemtal Plane of Ooze, [[spoiler:but was killed in the epic module ''Dead Gods''.]]

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** The demon lord Juiblex the Faceless Lord, and the god Ghaunadaur, That Which Lurks. Bwimb was once the most powerful entity on the Paraelemtal Plane of Ooze, [[spoiler:but was killed in the epic module ''Dead Gods''.]] Gods'']].



* Played with one of the factions in ''TabletopGame/StarRealms'' are The Blobs, originally very hostile to humans. But their name is a nickname, a result of the first captured alien ships only having amorphous biomass as the remains of the crew.

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* Played with one of the factions in ''TabletopGame/StarRealms'' ''TabletopGame/StarRealms''. The Blobs are The Blobs, originally very hostile to humans. But their name is a nickname, a result of the first captured alien ships only having amorphous biomass as the remains of the crew.



* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' includes a lot of different blob monsters, many of them identical to those found in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' above. One of their more unique ones is the Hungry Flesh, which from its illustration is clearly an {{expy}} of the BlobMonster from ''Film/TheBlob1988''.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' includes a lot of different blob monsters, many of them identical to those found in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' above. One of their more unique ones is the Hungry Flesh, which from its illustration is clearly an {{expy}} of the BlobMonster monster from ''Film/TheBlob1988''.



** And then ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' provides us with Proto/Alpha, the AIIsACrapshoot PsychoPrototype McGuffin FinalBoss of the third game.

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** And then ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork'' provides us with Proto/Alpha, the AIIsACrapshoot PsychoPrototype McGuffin MacGuffin FinalBoss of the third game.



* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}} Fusion'' brings us the X Parasites, nasty floating amoeba-like aliens that can take the shape of any creature they've infected and killed. The Ing of ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 2'' are similar, and blobby Phazon creatures show up in ''Prime 3'', too.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}} Fusion'' ''VideoGame/MetroidFusion'' brings us the X Parasites, nasty floating amoeba-like aliens that can take the shape of any creature they've infected and killed. The Ing of ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime 2'' ''VideoGame/{{Metroid Prime 2|Echoes}}'' are similar, and blobby Phazon creatures show up in ''Prime 3'', ''[[VideoGame/MetroidPrime3Corruption 3]]'', too.



* Slime-blobs appear as "Lemon Drops" and "Sluggies" in ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland''. Super powered versions of them, named Salvo the Slime for the former and Sluggy the Unshaven for the latter, appear as bosses. Salvo is defeated by throwing eggs at him which causes him to shrink and split into Lemon Drops while Sluggy the Unshaven is nigh-invincible [[spoiler:except for its heart, located at its core; you have to pelt the slime repeatedly with eggs to deform it temporarily so you can hit the heart.]]

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* Slime-blobs appear as "Lemon Drops" and "Sluggies" in ''VideoGame/YoshisIsland''. Super powered versions of them, named Salvo the Slime for the former and Sluggy the Unshaven for the latter, appear as bosses. Salvo is defeated by throwing eggs at him which causes him to shrink and split into Lemon Drops while Sluggy the Unshaven is nigh-invincible [[spoiler:except for its heart, located at its core; you have to pelt the slime repeatedly with eggs to deform it temporarily so you can hit the heart.]]heart]].



* In the UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash game ''VideoGame/{{Amorphous}}'', you fight ''absolutely nothing'' EXCEPT for these. Unfortunately, they come in many varieties -- one explodes into deadly acid [[TakingYouWithMe on death]], another tries to ''rip your heart out'', yet another [[KillItWithFire explodes into a firey explosion]] while it's counterpart [[KillItWithIce explodes in a freezing blast]], a metal version that attacks with CombatTentacles (and is [[TacticalSuicideBoss only vulnerable when doing so]]!), etc.

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* In the UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash game ''VideoGame/{{Amorphous}}'', you fight ''absolutely nothing'' EXCEPT for these. Unfortunately, they come in many varieties -- one explodes into deadly acid [[TakingYouWithMe on death]], another tries to ''rip your heart out'', yet another [[KillItWithFire explodes into a firey fiery explosion]] while it's counterpart [[KillItWithIce explodes in a freezing blast]], a metal version that attacks with CombatTentacles (and is [[TacticalSuicideBoss only vulnerable when doing so]]!), etc.



* Franchise/{{Kirby}} would fit the trope if he didn't have arms and legs! His blobby companions, Goopy and Chuchu are more blob-like.
** ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' has Magman, a lava version of this.

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* Franchise/{{Kirby}} would fit the trope if he didn't have arms and legs! His blobby companions, Goopy and Chuchu are more blob-like.
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blob-like. ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' has Magman, a lava version of this.



** Being a JRPG, ''Dark Souls'' naturally had to have some Slimes around. In typical ''Dark Souls'' fashion, however, they look pretty much like you would expect a pile of living sludge to look like (ie, not pleasant), and are only found in the sewers of the Undead Settlement. They aren't particularly dangerous, being extremely slow, but they also have incredible defenses against anything except [[KillItWithFire for fire]], so you'll need to poke and slash at them a lot before they die. They can also hang out on ceilings, drop, and start munching on your head unexpectedly, which is both scary and does a large amount of damage.

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** Being a JRPG, ''Dark Souls'' naturally had to have some Slimes around. In typical ''Dark Souls'' fashion, however, they look pretty much like you would expect a pile of living sludge to look like (ie, (i.e., not pleasant), and are only found in the sewers of the Undead Settlement. They aren't particularly dangerous, being extremely slow, but they also have incredible defenses against anything except [[KillItWithFire for fire]], so you'll need to poke and slash at them a lot before they die. They can also hang out on ceilings, drop, and start munching on your head unexpectedly, which is both scary and does a large amount of damage.



* ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' has a few of these in the form of Nyx, a flesh consuming amoeba featured in Outbreak File#2 and [[spoiler:Carla/Fake Ada's OneWingedAngel form]].

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* ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' has a few of these in the form of these.
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Nyx, a flesh consuming amoeba featured in Outbreak File#2 and [[spoiler:Carla/Fake Ada's OneWingedAngel form]].



* Guess what you raise in ''VideoGame/{{Slime Rancher}}''?

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* Guess what you raise in ''VideoGame/{{Slime Rancher}}''?''VideoGame/SlimeRancher''?



* The Amoeba from ''Webcomic/TheIncredibleAndAweInspiringSerialAdventureOfTheAmazingPlasmaMan''

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* The Amoeba from ''Webcomic/TheIncredibleAndAweInspiringSerialAdventureOfTheAmazingPlasmaMan''''Webcomic/TheIncredibleAndAweInspiringSerialAdventureOfTheAmazingPlasmaMan''.



* The webcomic ''Webcomic/UnicornJelly'' has a world full of sentient and non-sentient liquid-crystal beings.
* ''WebComic/{{Synthea}}'' from the webcomic of the same name was put into a stasis pod, and woken up with experimental biotechnology by a good MadScientist far in the future. The result was a green jelly-like body with a confused amnesiac human mind. She can change shape at will, streching bodyparts, creating mallets, etc., although this is not perfect, as her body drips and oozes constantly -- her "at rest" state is a puddle, and she is stuck sleeping in a big barrel. She's also more or less immortal -- she has survived being cut into pieces and having an exploding weapon go off INSIDE her head with nothing more than a headache.

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* The webcomic ''Webcomic/UnicornJelly'' has a world full of sentient and non-sentient liquid-crystal beings.
* ''WebComic/{{Synthea}}'' from the webcomic of the same name WebComic/{{Synthea}} was put into a stasis pod, and woken up with experimental biotechnology by a good MadScientist far in the future. The result was a green jelly-like body with a confused amnesiac human mind. She can change shape at will, streching stretching bodyparts, creating mallets, etc., although this is not perfect, as her body drips and oozes constantly -- her "at rest" state is a puddle, and she is stuck sleeping in a big barrel. She's also more or less immortal -- she has survived being cut into pieces and having an exploding weapon go off INSIDE her head with nothing more than a headache.



* ''Webcomic/{{Supercrash}}'', the titular hero starts off his superheroe career fighting a blob monster. Then it turns out there's more than one and a precusor to a much greater threat.

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* ''Webcomic/{{Supercrash}}'', the titular hero starts off his superheroe superhero career fighting a blob monster. Then it turns out there's more than one and a precusor precursor to a much greater threat.



** ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' also has the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mojo_Jojo#The_Amoeba_Boys Amoeba Boys.]]

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** ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' also has the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mojo_Jojo#The_Amoeba_Boys [[http://powerpuffgirls.wikia.com/wiki/The_Amoeba_Boys_(1998_TV_series) Amoeba Boys.]]



* ''TheHerculoids'' had two of them, Gloop and Gleep.

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* ''TheHerculoids'' ''WesternAnimation/TheHerculoids'' had two of them, Gloop and Gleep.



* The ''WesternAnimation/SilverSurfer'' animated series has a two-part episode all about this, featuring amorphous aliens called 'Virals' accidentally born from an unstable cure created by the Watchers. Anyone who entered the Universal Library with selfish intentions or attempted to use the information with such an attitude would eventually mutate as well, operating as a collective with the ability to 'control their evolution'. Only the Surfer himself was immune because his powers are derived from the power cosmic of his former master [[CosmicEntity Galactus]].

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* The ''WesternAnimation/SilverSurfer'' animated series has a two-part episode all about this, featuring amorphous aliens called 'Virals' accidentally born from an unstable cure created by the Watchers. Anyone who entered the Universal Library with selfish intentions or attempted to use the information with such an attitude would eventually mutate as well, operating as a collective with the ability to 'control their evolution'. Only the Surfer himself was immune because his powers are derived from the power cosmic of his former master [[CosmicEntity Galactus]].ComicBook/{{Galactus}}.



* ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 TMNT: Fast Foward]]'' presented us with the sinister shadow alien, Sh'okanabo.
** Also within in the series was a superhero variant; an alternate version of Michelangelo called "Blobboid".

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003 TMNT: ''WesternAnimation/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles2003'':
** ''TMNT:
Fast Foward]]'' Foward'' presented us with the sinister shadow alien, Sh'okanabo.
** Also within in the series was a A superhero variant; an alternate version of Michelangelo called "Blobboid".



* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', the Dripples ("Flaqueux" in French) in episode 5. Not so much monsters, though, than cute [[TrainingThePeacefulVillagers Peaceful Villagers]].
** There's also an authentic Blob Monster coming out of a broken potion flask in episode 7.

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* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', the Dripples ("Flaqueux" in French) in episode 5. Not so much monsters, though, than cute [[TrainingThePeacefulVillagers Peaceful Villagers]].
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Villagers]]. There's also an authentic Blob Monster coming out of a broken potion flask in episode 7.



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}'' has Terra, the MonsterOfTheWeek of Episode 3. [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice Its eventual death]] was a massive TearJerker]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Cybersix}}'' has Terra, the MonsterOfTheWeek of Episode 3. [[spoiler:[[HeroicSacrifice Its eventual death]] was a massive TearJerker]].TearJerker.]]



* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', Gosalyn is transformed into this in "Slime Okay, You're Okay".

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* In ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'', ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'':
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Gosalyn is transformed into this in "Slime Okay, You're Okay".



* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Homer Simpson transforms into one of these in a HalloweenEpisode, after eating some mysterious space goo.
* The classic ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk'' cartoon has an experimental blob monster escape. It was indestructible and could eat anything it touched. Its one weakness? Gamma radiation.
* The ''GIJoe'' episode "The Germ" had an experimental virus come into contact with some experimental chemicals and turn into a gigantic one.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Homer Simpson transforms into one of these in a HalloweenEpisode, ''[[Recap/TheSimpsonsS18E4TreehouseOfHorrorXVII Treehouse of Horror XVII]]", after eating some mysterious space goo.
* The classic ''ComicBook/TheIncredibleHulk'' ''ComicBook/IncredibleHulk'' cartoon has an experimental blob monster escape. It was indestructible and could eat anything it touched. Its one weakness? Gamma radiation.
* The ''GIJoe'' ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' episode "The Germ" had an experimental virus come into contact with some experimental chemicals and turn into a gigantic one.



* A shapeshifting blob appears in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryTales'' in the episode Invasion of the Body Slammers, where it assumes the form of a deranged version of Jerry to terrorize Tom, frequently exhibiting a [[SlasherSmile very wide grin]].

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* A shapeshifting blob appears in ''WesternAnimation/TomAndJerryTales'' in the episode Invasion "Invasion of the Body Slammers, Slammers", where it assumes the form of a deranged version of Jerry to terrorize Tom, frequently exhibiting a [[SlasherSmile very wide grin]].



* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': "[[OriginsEpisode The Birth of Evil]]" revealed that many eons ago, [[DemonLord Aku]] was originally part of a [[EldritchAbomination gigantic, amorphous black blob from outer space]], which attempted to devour everything in the universe. The gods destroyed the giant blob, however a small fragment was cut off and drifted away to Earth. The blob fragment [[PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs caused the extinction of the dinosaurs]], and proceeded to eat many more unlucky creatures for the next 65 million years, until it eventually evolved into a self-aware being and named itself Aku.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'': "[[OriginsEpisode The Birth of Evil]]" revealed that many eons ago, [[DemonLord [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils Aku]] was originally part of a [[EldritchAbomination gigantic, amorphous black blob from outer space]], which attempted to devour everything in the universe. The gods destroyed the giant blob, however a small fragment was cut off and drifted away to Earth. The blob fragment [[PhlebotinumKilledTheDinosaurs caused the extinction of the dinosaurs]], and proceeded to eat many more unlucky creatures for the next 65 million years, until it eventually evolved into a self-aware being and named itself Aku.



** Although all cheeses are some combination of milk and bacteria/fungus, but only one cheese has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggot_cheese maggots.]]

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** Although all cheeses are some combination of milk and bacteria/fungus, but only one cheese has [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggot_cheese org/wiki/Casu_marzu maggots.]]
13th Dec '17 4:50:20 PM nombretomado
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** In the MonsterOfTheWeek category is Jamanen, known as Jellax in the DiC dub. She has quite a fanbase as it is and even makes it as a recurring enemy in one of the SNES games.

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** In the MonsterOfTheWeek category is Jamanen, known as Jellax in the DiC [=DiC=] dub. She has quite a fanbase as it is and even makes it as a recurring enemy in one of the SNES games.
12th Dec '17 6:47:40 AM DarkHunter
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* Moldsmal from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is basically a living Jell-O mold. It's described as "curvaceously attractive" and loves some sexy wiggling.

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* Moldsmal and its larger cousin Moldbygg from ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' is are basically a living Jell-O mold. It's molds. They're described as "curvaceously attractive" and loves some sexy wiggling.wiggling, though the larger variant is more shy and prefers being left alone.
5th Dec '17 9:56:01 AM XndrK
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* WebOriginal/AnotherKingdom has a monster made of sewage that kills a prison guard by [[PopGoesTheHuman stuffing itself into him until he bursts]].
26th Oct '17 1:25:42 PM WillKeaton
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** Although all cheeses are some combination of milk and bacteria/fungus, but only one cheese has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggot_cheese maggots]].

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** Although all cheeses are some combination of milk and bacteria/fungus, but only one cheese has [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maggot_cheese maggots]].maggots.]]
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