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  • The children's writer Philip Pullman, in His Dark Materials, imagines a species of animals, the 'mulefa', that co-exist with trees that produce perfectly round seedpods with a hole in the centre.

    The God Delusion

  • Elsewhere, Dr. Mary Malone is interacting with the mulefa, a bizarre race of creatures with wheel-like seedpods for feet and their own intricate language, and she discovers by means of building a telescope something quite peculiar about Dust.

    Rain’s a Pain, Snow’s for Hoes

  • The mulefa appear to be animals at first, but in fact are intelligent.

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  • Meanwhile, Mary Malone settles for a time in a world inhabited by beings called mulefa.

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  • Mary learns to communicate with the mulefa, and they ask for her help in saving a type of tree they are very dependent upon.

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  • I do like the parts in The Amber Spyglass about Dr. Mary Malone and the mulefa.

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  • I especially like how the mulefa would groom each other out of pure sociability.

    His Dark Materials

  • The mulefa seemed like such kind, gracious, and sweet people.

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  • In the Amber spyglass how do the gyptians enter the mulefa world in the end? en Español

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