The cowbo is a subspecies of humans that has adapted to the harsh arid conditions of Cowboland. Notable features are a digestive system optimized for beef, milk and dirt; loud hollering lungs for long distance communication and general hollering purposes; a lasso tail (usually kept retracted for politeness); general ease at gaining musculature; and a gland that produces cowbo hats for protection against the sun.

Lifecycle Edit

The cowbo lifecycle is fairly similar to that of humans, except that reproduction is performed by pushing two cowbo hats against eachother, thus producing a hat womb. A further oddity is that female cowbos don't produce milk, as the cowbo infant gets better nutrition from the abundant cow milk than it gets from human milk.