What is this?

Bizarre animal cracker
Bizarre animal cracker

This is an animal cracker from the bag of animal crackers they gave us on the plane.  We are not sure what it is.  Just so you know, we don’t think it is the fox from Firefox, because the other animals were a hippo, a cat, a camel and a lion.  Anyway, if you have any ideas, please let us know.

Sorry for the poor image quality, all I had with me was my pocket PC phone.

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17 thoughts on “What is this?

  1. I need to remember the brand name of the Animal Cracker they serve on JetBlue. If anyone flies JetBlue in the near future, please grab a bag and send me the name. Better yet, send pictures.

  2. We thought that too, but like I said, there already was a cat which looked completely different and was obviously a cat.

  3. My sister recently flew JetBlue and brought me a bag of their animal crackers. They are produced by J&J Snack Foods and are called Mrs. Goodcookie Jungle Crackers. A representative from their plant in California told me that there are six types of animals: lion, rhino, gorilla, elephant, hippo and crocodile.

    Although my bag did not include an elephant, it is pretty clear from the crackers that I have in front of me that the above cracker is a crocodile. I would never believe it from looking at the image you provided, but now that I can see a well-defined crocodile cracker, I am confident that it is a crocodile. It is sort of standing up with its tail pointing upwards on the left.

  4. its either a mutated cookie, or someone has no idea what a crocodile looks like! lol. it might be a squirrel because of its bushy tail and small body

  5. I think it looks like a squirrel — or some sort of mutated cat working for some evil dark lord. But maybe it’s just me.

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