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A woozle is a fictional creature mentioned in the Winnie the Pooh stories, and the name of one of vetriloquist Jeff Dunham's (http://www.onastick.com/website/jd/jd.html) puppets.

No woozle illustrations appear in A. A. Milne's original stories, but it is often assumed that a woozle is something like a weasel, and they are depicted as such in the television series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.

In the television series, they are enemies of Pooh and his friends, are known for stealing honey and are often associated with heffalumps.

Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham's puppet named Peanut (http://www.onastick.com/website/peanut/peanutbio.html) is described as a mammal native to Micronesia. Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans have noticed Jeff's line being used on MST3K: "He's a woozle, and his name is Peanut."

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