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5 September 2007 Good article nomination Success
19 September 2007 Good article
10 October 2007 Featured article nomination Success
4 November 2007 Featured article
October 5, 2012 Featured article review Removed
November 5, 2012 Former featured article
Current status: Former featured article

First named? Edit

Since Crumb's species was never mentioned in RotJ, where did the name "Kowakian monkey-lizard" first appear? I guess the RotJ novelization would be the first place to look. --68.44.13.236 01:25, 16 September 2007 (UTC)

  • That only refers to Crumb as a "small monkey-like lizard" and a "reptilian monkey-monster". --Andrew Nagy 20:52, 19 September 2007 (UTC)

The laugh of Salacious Crumb the Kowakian Lizard Monkey Edit

Hi all,

i am desperately looking for a soundfile with the irritating but funny laugh of Salacious Crumb the creature who always sat beneath Jabba. Can anyone help? We need this for a little Star Wars Sketch Episode.

Many thanks in Advance Greetings from Switzerland

Split Edit

This article should separate Kowakian monkey-lizard from monkey-lizard. The Complete Star Wars Encyclopedia says there is a distinction. Zakor1138 05:04, November 24, 2009 (UTC)

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