The pocket Goblin (also known as sinum cobolorum) is the smallest goblin in the UK, as they are only 7cm tall on average. They are a rather common species of goblin, and some people even keep them as pets. An interesting fact about pocket goblins is that they tend to have a bit of a sweet tooth; they will happily munch away at anything sugary they can get their hands on.
Usually, pocket goblins are a mix of cyan and grey but can have a tad of green added into the mix. They have big dark eyes that help them to see in the darkness of someone’s pocket. An extremely noticeable feature of this goblin is its large ears that -similarly to the elephants- help keep them cool on hot days. Although this goblin’s nose is small, it has a very strong sense of smell. If you have one as a pet then I’d advise that you don’t use too much perfume. As I have mentioned in the introduction, pocket goblins are very small and come in at about 7cm tall and weigh around 200-300g. That’s about the same weight as a rat!
I’ll give you a clue… it’s called a pocket goblin. As you might have guessed, they live in people’s pockets. But did you know that the pocket goblin has a preferred type of pocket? If not then read on. Scientists have discovered that pocket goblins much prefer a wide deep pocket (such as one on a dressing gown) rather than a thin shallow one. This is because pocket goblins feel safer in deep pockets and have more room to move around. And of course, they like the comfort but are able to sleep almost anywhere.