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You can almost always find them in the Octopod's kitchen, where they like to bake fish biscuits and kelp cakes, or in the Octopod's garden where they can water the plants, fruits, and veggies. The Vegimals also seem to like helping Tweak fix and build things, especially Tunip, and in the Octopod Gym, where they have a Ping-Pong table, they enjoy playing a quick game whenever they want.
Vegimal Name List
Tunip=Tuna and Turnip
Barrot=Bass and Carrot
Tominnow= Tomato and Minnow
Grouber= Tuber and Grouper
Codish= Cod and Radish
Sharchini= Zucchini and Shark
Perchkin= Pumpkin and Perch
Halibeet= Beet and Halibut
Yamchovy= Anchovy and Yam
Wallabaga= Rutabaga and Walleye
Pikato= Tomato and Pike
Charchard= Chard and Char
Maccoli= Broccoli and Mackerel
Carprika= Paprika and Carp
Albachoy= Bok Choy and Albacore
Salepeño= Jalapeño and Salmon
Vegi-Bot= Vegimal and Robot (Mariana Trench Adventure)
LanguageAs stated earlier in the article, The vegimals speak vegimalese. Information relating to their methods of communications have not been officially released yet, However I have constellated certain examples of spoken Vegimal and use context to decipher certain sounds and noises that they make. It is also likely that they do not speak an actual language (as in with syntax and grammar), they use regular expressions in certain situations such as barks or alarm calls like dogs. However this can be disputed as they can be seem to have "conversations" with one another, It can be interpreted as an zooglot or an "animal language" with extremely simple grammar and syntax, similar to how Koko the gorilla speaks. But however Vegimals, as can be seen in creature reports and other episodes, do have the ability to imitate and speak some spoken english, with 'vegimal' accents, but however much prefer to stick with their native tongue.
Vegimal phonology is fairly simple. A very common sound they produce is a "voiced alveolar trill" or /r/, More colloquially known as a "Rolled 'R'" as the spanish r in "repollo" This commonly follows a Voiceless bilibial stop or /p/ as in english "Pole"
The following IPA symbols can be heard from the vegimals
/r/ : Rolled "r"
/p/ : same as in english "p"
/ʈ/ : Not in english, pronounced by pronouncing a 't' but curling the tongue back to touch the hard palate.