Gallium is a metal that melts at body temperature. There used to be teaspoons made of gallium as novelty items to scare granmas at tea time. Its name is derived from the word Gallus – latin for rooster, the symbol for France, since it was discovered there.
Gallius is an amphibious moster that dwells on land as well as in water. Don’t overheat his slow temper or he will boil over.
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