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Thread: C.O.W. - #123: Feeds On Sound - Voting!

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    Cow C.O.W. - #123: Feeds On Sound - Voting!

    ROUND #123 VOTING

    Topic: Feeds On Sound


    Deadline for the voting: Friday, 19 September 2008


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    Artist: chrislomaka

    Concept: Audiophyte
    They always seem to appear over battlefields, leading scientists to believe that these creatures feed on the sounds of battle and dying men. That, and the total lack of a mouth...
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    Artist: GNAHZ

    Concept: Geckidio
    Found normally in urban area where there are lots of noise. Tail is used to detect and find the source of the sound. The red lumpy blob is used to absorb the sound waves and vibrations, which it feeds on. Oh yeah its can climb the wall like a gecko... O_O...
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    Artist: Kfeeras

    Concept: Schallaal
    The Schallaal (German for Sound-Eel) usually sneaks up on all kinds of sound making sea dwellers like Dolphins. Also favoures deep sea volcanos.
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    Artist: ZUPZUP

    Concept: Phonotoidea Aquaticus
    Phonotoidea Aquaticus is a small worm like creature that is found near ocean beaches, waterfalls, and rushing water, which are some of the loudest naturally occuring places in nature. It uses the drum like forehead to gather and convert the sound to a usable energy. This creature over the centuries has lost the need for a usable mouth or eyes. The drum helps orient the creature in space through a form of echolocation, as high frequency sounds are emitted through membranes deep within the drum, similar to that of the North American Bat. The fine hairs and cavities on the surface of the creature help to capture and filter moisture from the surrounding land or sea. Phonotoidea Aquaticus is mainly a nocturnal creature. The breed quickly and in large numbers, but lack much in the way of self defense.
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    Grammophant

    I haven't very much time to draw like the other ( great work guys)...
    But I hope you'll love this Idea a little bit^^


    Now to my creature:

    This creature hears all types of soundwaves and swallow them like an vakuum cleaner( remember: Soundwaves are moved air).
    It lives mostly in the near of big noisy wellsprings, like big city.
    Hmmmm....
    That's all^^



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    Artist: warml

    Concept: the big grey walker
    it is virtually blind and eats yummy sound by the red glands on its head.
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    Artist: Tex Tin Star

    Concept: Decilopoda
    This rare creature, closely related to millipedes and centipedes, feeds off of sound. getting it from anywhere possible whether it being from crowds of people or from a pair of headphones.
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    Artist: Spazizoner

    Concept: Phantom Fish
    These aquatic creatures were coined "Phantom Fish" by the navy, due to their ability to interrupt the sonar equipment of submarines. Phantom Fish are attracted to the ultrasonic sounds throughout the sea, and it is hypothesized that this may be their primary energy source. They are known to flock around anything that makes noise in the ultrasonic spectrum, such as whales, and often attach themselves using their sticky dorsal fins. They thrust their hand-like tail claws into their pray, not to cause damage, but to precipitate an increase in noise from which they may feed upon, using the mysterious organ on their tails.
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    C.O.W. - #123: Feeds On Sound - Voting!

    Artist: Michael Jaecks

    Concept: Thunder Sucker
    Thunder Suckers live in the violent atmosphere of their home planet, Mjalnuur. Thunder Suckers don't have a head so much as a large, flexible, cartilaginous organ that works like an ear. Thunder Suckers feed on the sonic boom of the lightning in Mjalnuur's stormy clouds. Long filaments on a Thunder Sucker's back 'see' the static discharge that preceeds the lightning strikes so the creature can position itself for optimum feeding without getting zapped.
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    C.O.W. - #123: Feeds On Sound - Voting!

    Artist: Yannertastic

    Concept: Barbuxal
    These small critters typically grow to the size of a baseball. Currently all the rage for a child's pet. They are highly intelligent creatures, perfectly harmless and require no sustenance except that of the sound of laughter. Hours of fun and the best companion to be had.
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    C.O.W. - #123: Feeds On Sound - Voting!


    Artist: benu

    Concept: Phonophagus


    In the last years, a formerly unknown species from the deepsea has become a real plague in coastal regions. The phonophagus, a tentacled mollusc with a huge, gaping mouth that is shaped like a funnel to catch up as much noise as possible,lives on a very unusual diet: it metabolizes the energy of sound waves. In the past the oceans were mostly quiet, and the phonophagi could barely support themselves off the songs of whales and the noise of the waves. Therefore they were very rare and did not grow larger than a child's ear.
    With the spread of motor ships and sonars, the sea became a much louder place, and so the phonophagi grew and proliferated. Their bodies don't only grow to huge dimensions now, but also tougher and more resistant to the low pressure near the surface, which enables them to come very close to their most abundant food source - the human civilisation. Now they are the largest animal that ever lived on earth, clogging port entrances and occasionally engulfing screaming children at the beach.
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    Artist: Arekkusu

    Concept: Sonitus Modulatio

    Found often 'grazing' nearing space ports that receive large amounts of traffic, the Sonitus Modulatio is a titan of a species. Scientists believe that they feed on sound waves, in particular, low thrumming bass tones. The suspended carapace captures the passing waves and channels them along into the beasts belly. The waves are modulated to increasing complexity, via a intricate series of hollow bones and membranes. The waves once they reach their destination, are used to stabilise what is believed to be a singularity. Our current theories suggest that the slight radiation given off by this singularity fuel colonies of bacteria, that are responsible for producing the vital nutrients required by the Sonitus Modulatio. Unfortunately no hard evidence is available, apart from numerous reports from ship pilots. Correlating detection of low level radiation and gravity field distortions on landing routes that fly over or in the vicinity of grazing herds.
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