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The Rhinogradentia (also called Rhinogrades, Snouters, Nasopods, or Nasobames) are a fictitious mammal order documented by the equally fictitious German naturalist Harald Stümpke. The order's most remarkable characteristic was the nasorium, an organ derived from the ancestral species' nose, which had variously evolved to fulfill every conceivable function.
Both the animals and the scientist were ostensibly creations of Gerolf Steiner, a zoology professor at the University of Karlsruhe, who drew his inspiration from a poem by Christian Morgenstern. A mock taxidermy of a snouter can be seen at the Musée zoologique de la ville de Strasbourg.
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