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Thread: C.O.W. #138 Cannibal Mother and Child! -- VOTING!

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    C.O.W. #138 Cannibal Mother and Child! -- VOTING!

    ROUND #138 VOTING

    Topic: Cannibal Mother and Child!!


    Deadline for the voting: Monday 13 April 2009


    Posting thread (closed): http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=154067.


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    Artist: Faernen

    Concept: Praying Peabug


    Even if they look like peas when they born, the Praying Peabugs rapidly grow up.

    When they mature enough, they eventually become too fat to move anymore. In these conditions, finding food is impossible and the creature is doomed to die.

    However, the children of this specie offered themselves to their beloved mother as food.
    For each one hundred sacrificed newborns, the mother give birth to one thousand, allowing the specie to subsist.
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    Artist: Reymus

    Concept: Sporecrab


    The sporecrab is one of nature's more bizarre animals, the females of the species are the only ones who mature to adulthood. When the mushroom cap on top of their exoskeleton releases thousands of spores, without procreation, which upon landing in soil grow into larvae sporecrabs.

    The males mature within days but get no farther than the larval stage and thereafter are eaten by the adult female which then fertilizes the mushroom in order to produce more sporecrabs when the next breeding cycle begins.
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    Artist: luness

    Concept: Mala Mala


    Ugly? Yes
    Dumb? Oh yeah
    Here you have some truly silly creatures that never match their breeding season with spring, when food is abundant, so they feed on their own eggs right after they start laying them. Luckily, some eggs slither from their chubby and clumsy fingers and fall around them. These eggs are incubated not by the creature but by the warm nest, made of branches, mud and yes, their mom’s fecal matter. Ewww.
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    Artist: Pierropod

    Concept: Sarshadon
    The female Sarshadons sometime eat them childs because they know that's good, tender and fresh.
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    Artist: lkjhgfdsa

    Concept: Jeweled Lyrinx
    A slowly dying planet has reduced Lyrinx to predatation of its own species, not just for precious feeding territories but also as a diminishing food supply. Here a mother weeps as she is reduced to eating one of her own children that did not stray far enough from the nest.
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    The early worm catches the worm

    Artist: Ironhead

    Concept: The worm
    This is the Mother-worm. She is to fat and slow to eat other creatures.
    The little creatures try to get the mothers "milk". So she can it her children like on a table.
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    Concept: Arachnidae Primogenitor
    One of the many forms of recently discovered critters of the planet Krusk, this arachnid is a creature that abides to a savage way of life. The mother will eat it's young birthed during the harsh winters, one can look upon this as an act of mercy, saving her young from the horrible death the cold brings. Many other insectoids on which this arachnid lives upon willfully freeze to sustain themselves during the winter. The size of a fully grown female is an estimated average, at that of a 5 year old child.
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    Artist: Crowsrock

    Concept: Dread Wolf
    The dread wolf is a voracious predator roaming the arid plains of Jakury VII. It preys on everything that gets into its way including its own brood.
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    Artist: ASettimi

    Concept: Kinderfänger
    Population of this species is low, due to the fact the mother devours its young upon hatching. If days have gone by since last hatching, the mother moves on leaving the unhatched eggs to survive alone. Because of the carnivorous nature of this species, it is known for them to stumble into other nests in search of an easy meal, if nest is unattended, the female will seize nest and wait for unhatched eggs to hatch. However, if a maternal female returns to her nest while a squatter is there, she will fight to the death to protect her offspring, and food.
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    Artist: zimfin

    Concept: Aerial Cannibalis
    These creatures were studied on the planet "Primoria" which is largely volcanic. Observation showed that if the mother's energy levels were too low whilst she floated over dangerous volcanic regions, then she would not be able to maintain height and put herself and her young in danger. In order to "refuel" and gain altitude these mothers were seen to consume one or more of their young.
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    Artist: Tetrodotoxin

    Concept: Cygnus gypsis
    While hatching their eggs, the females cannot move away from the nest due to predators searching for these delicious protein sources. They depend on their male partners to hunt for food and feed it to them. Sometimes the males get killed during their search for food or are barred from returning, so the only way to prevent starvation and protect their future offsprings the females decide to eat one of the eggs while still hatching the others.


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    Artist: David79
    Concept: zebraworm

    in the world of giants worms, is usual to see femal adult to catch and devour is new born! but du the skill of camouflage help, this new born can hide easily from this proginitor, only the strongest survive!
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