Skoulkintot Bay (northwest Klah) is named after the much celebrated native aquatic species Skoulkintot bididdius. The bay was formally called “Grubblewoor Bay” but was changed after six skoulkintot were famously sighted in 1920 by the Queen while she practiced her breaststroke, and one, rather unusually, allowed her to ride on its back. Although the skoulkintot have never been seen in the area since, several tour companies operate “Skoulkintot Sightseeing Tours” and you can purchase skoulkintot merchandise from all local stores.
The skoulkintot, for those who are not familiar with it, is round, scaled (normally purple or teal) and both male and females have a splendid set of moustaches. Throughout history, the people of Klah have enjoyed a great partnership with the skoulkintot, as the people groom the moustaches in exchange for clippings of the hair, which they use as a soft lining for their winter coats. In recent years fewer and fewer skoulkintot have been seen, and as a result winter coat prices have skyrocketed.