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  • Tribble
  • Tribble
  • Tribble
  • Tribble
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  • Tribbles, though originally from some planet called Iota Geminorum IV, can live just about everywhere, even the cold vacuum of space. They are especially fond of living on star ships, airplanes, and in Captain Kirk's sock drawer. Some might say they only reproduce when conditions are favorable, but this is a lie, and these people obviously trust Tribbles way too much. Just about any condition is favorable for a Tribble to reproduce in, thus taking one Tribble anywhere is damning everyone within a 10-mile radius.
  • They are notable for being voracious eaters, as well as for their rapid rate of procreation. Observed to "neither toil or spin," they are known for their affectionate nature and the calming nature of their purring. These characteristics, however, are replaced with animosity when in the presence of Klingons. (TOS episode: "The Trouble With Tribbles") Their only known predators are the Glommers. (TAS episode: "More Tribbles, More Troubles") Polygeminus grex has the approximate meaning "that which is many twins, traveling in a herd."
  • thumb|Zwei Tribbles. Tribble sind eine kleine, pelzige Lebensform, die gerne als Haustiere gehalten wird. Ihr wissenschaftlicher Name lautet polygeminus grex. Sie stammt ursprünglich von Iota Geminorum IV. (DS9: )
  • Tribble, latinsky (Polygeminus grex) je tvor z planety Iota Geminorum IV. Tribblové jsou malé, neinteligentní formy života, jsou známí jejich nesmírnou reprodukční rychlostí, tato kulatá, chlupatá stvoření vydávají vrkání při dotyku, které má uklidňující účinek na nervový systém člověka. Rodí se těhotní, jeden tribble s dostatkem potravin může rychle zvýšit počet exponenciálně pomocí pravděpodobně asexuální reprodukce, přičemž průměrný vrh je deset tribblů každých dvanáct hodin. Na jejich planetě, je populace tribblů držena na uzdě velkým počtem plazivých predátorů. (DS9: "The Nagus"; TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles"; ENT: "The Breach"). Po klingonském orbitálním bombardování jejich světa byli přeživší tribblové přesunuti na měsíc planety Minos Korva.(STO: "The Tribbles with Klingons")
  • A tribble is a furry critter from Norngarden that resembles a rabbit without ears, and comes in many colors and patterns. It can be downloaded at the Norngarden website. It is highly recommended for use with norns that like to eat critters, like the Draconian Norns or the Bondi Norns, but it likes to eat seeds.
  • Tribble, the neutrino princess Neutrino baby.jpg| Tribble1987 series Princess tribble.jpg| TribbleIDW comics
  • Tribble ist die Kronprinzessin des Volkes der Neutrinos und eine Freundin der Turtles aus der 1987iger Zeichentrickserie.
  • On their own, tribbles are quite incapable of directly harming sentient beings - they do not even possess "teeth" as such. They are also fairly slow. Nonetheless, if their population growth is left unchecked they can rapidly multiply and devastate entire ecosystems on a planetary scale. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" ; DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations") On their homeworld, tribble populations were kept in check by a large number of reptilian predators. (DS9: "The Nagus"; TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" ; ENT: "The Breach")
  • The tribble was an animal native to Iota Geminorum IV. Known for their prodigious reproductive rate, these round, furry creatures emitted cooing sounds while touched, which had a tranquilizing effect on the Human nervous system. Born pregnant, with sufficient food a single tribble could quickly increase its number exponentially through presumably asexual reproduction, bearing an average litter of ten every twelve hours. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles")
  • Tribbles (Polygeminus grex) are a species of small alien lifeforms which do little more than eating and reproducing constantly. These furry, rounded herbivorous creatures with no visible features come in several shades of brown, grey, cream, white or pink; can be from about ten to thirty centimeters long and move around by crawling rapidly or rolling, as no members or other locomotion structures are visible.
  • Tribbles are physically harmless, but can be quite a problem due to their perpetual hunger and fast reproduction, as they reproduce asexually and are born pregnant. They emit purring sounds and are known to have a tranquilizing effect in the nervous system of humans and possibly other species. Klingons on the other hand detest Tribbles and consider them a nuisance and a pest; causing Tribbles to become scared and agitated whenever they approach a member of the Klingon species. Captain Kirk once took advantage of this and successfully used a tribble to identify a Klingon spy disguised as human.
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Length
  • ~10 to 30 cm
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Heimat
  • Planet Neutrino
Augenfarbe
  • Schwarz / Blau
sapience
  • Non-Sapient
  • Very low if any
Geschlecht
  • weiblich
Behavior
  • Docile
Sprecher
  • Tress MacNeille
Beruf
  • Kronprinzessin von Neutrino
Fähigkeiten
  • Telekinese
Haarfarbe
  • Blond / Orange
Spezies
  • Alien
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Status
  • Used to be common; were temporarely wiped out by Klingons but reintroduced to the timeline afterwards
Name
  • Tribble
  • Tribble
Caption
  • Captain Kirk surrounded by Tribbles
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  • Polygeminus grex
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Nature
  • Harmless and docile
Alias
  • Prinzessin Trib
Height
  • 4
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Universe
Diet
  • Herbivore
Danger
  • Harmless
World
Bild
  • 250
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Schöpfer
  • Misty Taggart
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  • Tribbles, though originally from some planet called Iota Geminorum IV, can live just about everywhere, even the cold vacuum of space. They are especially fond of living on star ships, airplanes, and in Captain Kirk's sock drawer. Some might say they only reproduce when conditions are favorable, but this is a lie, and these people obviously trust Tribbles way too much. Just about any condition is favorable for a Tribble to reproduce in, thus taking one Tribble anywhere is damning everyone within a 10-mile radius.
  • Tribbles (Polygeminus grex) are a species of small alien lifeforms which do little more than eating and reproducing constantly. These furry, rounded herbivorous creatures with no visible features come in several shades of brown, grey, cream, white or pink; can be from about ten to thirty centimeters long and move around by crawling rapidly or rolling, as no members or other locomotion structures are visible. Tribbles are physically harmless, but can be quite a problem due to their perpetual hunger and fast reproduction (they are born pregnant already). Tribbles are loveable and enjoy petting. They emit purring sounds and are known to have a tranquilizing effect in the nervous system of humans and possibly other species. Klingons on the other hand detest Tribbles and consider them a terrible pest; causing Tribbles to become scared and agitated whenever they approach a member of the Klingon species. Captain Kirk once took advantage of this and successfully used a tribble to identify a Klingon spy disguised as human. The Tribble homeworld is called Iota Geminorum IV and is also home to reptilian predators which keep the population in check. Once off their homeworld, however, they can reproduce uncontrollably and become an invasive species. Genetic engineering was once used to attempt to make the tribbles safer by eliminating their ability to reproduce. At first, the affected tribbles appeared to be increasing in size, but it was soon discovered that they were still reproducing, but remaining together and forming tribble colonies. The situation was solved by Dr. McCoy, who found out that neo-ethylene would allow the tribble colonies to break apart and also cause the individual tribbles to have a slower metabolic rate, which means they would be safer. In spite of this, in some point after these events the Klingons decided to end the tribble "pest menace" by bombarding the tribble homeworld, driving the species extinct. When the crew of space station Deep Space Nine traveled to the past to prevent the assassination of James T. Kirk by a Klingon agent, they also managed to bring a few tribbles to the 24th century, successfully reintroducing the species and making tribbles and example of a Lazarus species (this is similar to what happens to humpback whales in the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home) In their book, What Does a Martian Look Like, Dr. Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart surprisingly elect the tribble one of the most realistic alien species in Star Trek and describe a thoroughly detailed alien ecosystem scenario to justify the evolution of such a creature.
  • The tribble was an animal native to Iota Geminorum IV. Known for their prodigious reproductive rate, these round, furry creatures emitted cooing sounds while touched, which had a tranquilizing effect on the Human nervous system. Born pregnant, with sufficient food a single tribble could quickly increase its number exponentially through presumably asexual reproduction, bearing an average litter of ten every twelve hours. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles") Sharvetra Pooth'kiph made her science project about how to control tribble reproduction without limiting their food supply. (Starship Independence) Cardassians and Romulans were known to eat tribble stew. The Cardassians were said to make the best tribble meals in the galaxy. Also, since there isn't much meat in a tribble, either species can eat as many as six tribbles in a single meal. Also, Hydrans struck a deal with the Romulans to have the Romulans supply cooked tribbles to them. (RIS Bouteina) In 2386, Doctor Lox genetically altered a tribble with the Klingon augment virus using a Genitronic replicator, causing the tribble to become sentient. The tribble multiplied and attempted to take over the USS Phoenix-X but were ultimately forced off to escape via the hijacked IKS Korinar. (Star Trek: Phoenix-X: "Triple Tribble Sunday) Lyrans also bred tribbles for meat. Mrazek's favorite tribble meal was tribbles au gratin. (Star Trek: The Stoneship Files: "At the Soapbox Races")
  • They are notable for being voracious eaters, as well as for their rapid rate of procreation. Observed to "neither toil or spin," they are known for their affectionate nature and the calming nature of their purring. These characteristics, however, are replaced with animosity when in the presence of Klingons. (TOS episode: "The Trouble With Tribbles") Their only known predators are the Glommers. (TAS episode: "More Tribbles, More Troubles") Polygeminus grex has the approximate meaning "that which is many twins, traveling in a herd."
  • thumb|Zwei Tribbles. Tribble sind eine kleine, pelzige Lebensform, die gerne als Haustiere gehalten wird. Ihr wissenschaftlicher Name lautet polygeminus grex. Sie stammt ursprünglich von Iota Geminorum IV. (DS9: )
  • Tribble, latinsky (Polygeminus grex) je tvor z planety Iota Geminorum IV. Tribblové jsou malé, neinteligentní formy života, jsou známí jejich nesmírnou reprodukční rychlostí, tato kulatá, chlupatá stvoření vydávají vrkání při dotyku, které má uklidňující účinek na nervový systém člověka. Rodí se těhotní, jeden tribble s dostatkem potravin může rychle zvýšit počet exponenciálně pomocí pravděpodobně asexuální reprodukce, přičemž průměrný vrh je deset tribblů každých dvanáct hodin. Na jejich planetě, je populace tribblů držena na uzdě velkým počtem plazivých predátorů. (DS9: "The Nagus"; TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles"; ENT: "The Breach"). Po klingonském orbitálním bombardování jejich světa byli přeživší tribblové přesunuti na měsíc planety Minos Korva.(STO: "The Tribbles with Klingons")
  • A tribble is a furry critter from Norngarden that resembles a rabbit without ears, and comes in many colors and patterns. It can be downloaded at the Norngarden website. It is highly recommended for use with norns that like to eat critters, like the Draconian Norns or the Bondi Norns, but it likes to eat seeds.
  • On their own, tribbles are quite incapable of directly harming sentient beings - they do not even possess "teeth" as such. They are also fairly slow. Nonetheless, if their population growth is left unchecked they can rapidly multiply and devastate entire ecosystems on a planetary scale. (TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" ; DS9: "Trials and Tribble-ations") Fully half of a tribble's entire metabolism is devoted to reproduction. Born pregnant, a single tribble with sufficient food can quickly increase its number exponentially through asexual reproduction, bearing an average litter of ten every twelve hours. Tribbles are hermaphroditic, possessing both male and female reproductive organs, which makes them capable of self-fertilizing at will. Given sufficient food supply, a single tribble can give rise to progeny numbering over one million in less than four days. On their homeworld, tribble populations were kept in check by a large number of reptilian predators. (DS9: "The Nagus"; TOS: "The Trouble with Tribbles" ; ENT: "The Breach")
  • Tribble, the neutrino princess Neutrino baby.jpg| Tribble1987 series Princess tribble.jpg| TribbleIDW comics
  • Tribble ist die Kronprinzessin des Volkes der Neutrinos und eine Freundin der Turtles aus der 1987iger Zeichentrickserie.
  • Tribbles are physically harmless, but can be quite a problem due to their perpetual hunger and fast reproduction, as they reproduce asexually and are born pregnant. They emit purring sounds and are known to have a tranquilizing effect in the nervous system of humans and possibly other species. Klingons on the other hand detest Tribbles and consider them a nuisance and a pest; causing Tribbles to become scared and agitated whenever they approach a member of the Klingon species. Captain Kirk once took advantage of this and successfully used a tribble to identify a Klingon spy disguised as human. The Tribble homeworld is called Iota Geminorum IV and is also home to reptilian predators which keep the population in check. Once off their homeworld, however, they can reproduce uncontrollably and become an invasive species. Genetic engineering was once used to attempt to make the tribbles safer by eliminating their ability to reproduce. At first, the affected tribbles appeared to be increasing in size, but it was soon discovered that they were still reproducing, but remaining together and forming tribble colonies. The situation was solved by Dr. McCoy, who found out that neo-ethylene would allow the tribble colonies to break apart and also cause the individual tribbles to have a slower metabolic rate. In spite of this, in some point after these events the Klingons decided to end the tribble "pest menace" by bombarding the tribble homeworld, driving the species extinct. When the crew of space station Deep Space 9 traveled to the past to prevent the assassination of James T. Kirk by a Klingon agent, they also managed to bring a few tribbles to the 24th century, successfully reintroducing the species.
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