One of the strange creatures of Wisconsin and Minnesota told by the lumberjacks of the 19 and early 20 centuries. This creature was a porcupine whose spines and flesh were extremely rubbery. It used this ability to bounce across the land. Once the Rubberado was cooked, its flesh became inedible.
The rubberado, also known as the bouncing porcupine, has a highly unusual form of locomotion. Instead of walking or crawling, it bounces from place to place. This is made possible by its rubbery flesh. Every time it bounces, it laughs.
Rubberado flesh makes a very tasty meal, if you can catch one. Bullets bounce right off of them. It's also advised not to serve the meat on its own as it will simply bounce around inside your mouth. Instead you need to prepare it in a stew. But be warned. Rubberado flesh imparts its resiliency to whomever consumes it. You'll find yourself bouncing around and laughing for a couple of days before the effect wears off.