|Universe||POG Juice / POGs|
|Environment||Islands of Hawai'i|
|Prey||Guava, Orange, Passion fruit|
|Distinctive Features||Intensely hairy body|
|Skin Color||Caucasian skin tone|
|Language(s)||Hawai'ian, possibly English (presumed)|
|Affiliation(s)||Planet Trade Organization|
|Leaders||Pogman (only known individual)|
Poglodytes are a species of subtropical, almost caveman-like hominids inhabiting the islands of Hawai'i. They are completely covered in hair which can appear golden or brown in color, with the exception of their arms and legs. At least some members are known to have a bulbous nose with an almost dog-like texture to it. Their culture seems to be entirely based around the creation of POG juice.
The Magic of POGEdit
In an enchanting world beyond the pineapple fields and rainbow gateway of Hawai'i, there's a magical village of Poglodytes. Each day our furry little friends gather a trio of fruits — Passion Fruit, Orange, and Guava — and make a one-of-a-kind fresh nectar affectionately called POG. Before sunrise, Poglodytes search orchards across the isladns to find the best ingrediencts, next they swirl in happiness and sunshine, and finally add the secret ingredient unique to Hawai'i: ALOHA — all that is good in the world!
While the creatures originate with the original POG drink produced by Meadow Gold as its mascot, the species was transferred over in the form of Pogman for the milk cap game children obsessively played in the mid-1990s.