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    Cow C.O.W. - #012: Nocturnal Predator

    C.O.W. - #012: Nocturnal Predator


    Round #012

    Topic:
    Nocturnal Predator

    Deadline:
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    - for any questions or help go here:
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    note: The deadline won't be EXACTLY after a week...it can last up to 24 hours more, i am human and have to work also, you know

    Post your creature for this week!



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    yay i've been waiting to finally start researching on a new topic again!
    thanx foz!

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    I'm in. Yeahaw.


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    This isn't quite done, but I figured I'd post what I got, in case I don't get time to work on it again:

    C.O.W. - #012: Nocturnal Predator

    The Sundtabarry of planet Barlowenia using pings to hunt at night. It hunts along the shores of the bogs and lakes that it can be found in. It leaps at its prey, pushing it to the ground with its massive front 'paws'. Then stabs its prey with its head. Then it absorbs the meat at blood through small holes and pores on its head, and a gill like structure under its neck. Then it returns to the water during the day, floating about digesting its food. Two theories on the red head, one is that it has evolved this way due to jamming it into its prey. Another is that it's meant to blend in with the red algae found on most bogs and lakes.


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    Wow that's awesome i might get into this week's COW. Dougbot man you need to really update your site, your stuff right now are so good, that your site doesn't do your skills justice...lol

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    doubot you bastard! that'll be sooo hard to beat! damn!

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    Thank you for such a great opening entry!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Carnifex
    doubot you bastard! that'll be sooo hard to beat! damn!
    LOL - Doubot....dude, Dougbot, create an icon of a Doubot (dough bot) or (doh! bot)....
    BTW - nice concept....me likey.
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    Uh, it's got a tad darker than it should've been, me thinks.


    C.O.W. - #012: Nocturnal Predator

    Stingrats are completely blind.
    As they've got no eyes, they rely on their excellent sense of hearing to hunt down prey - birds and small mammals.
    When a target has been located, the Stingrat sprints towards it at high speed, piercing the unsuspecting victim with the two long horns situated on the frontside of its head.


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    Nocturnal Predator

    Awsome concept my friends... indeed this one is going to be pretty intense, I am predicting a record number of entries.

    What is the record of entries Fozzy? Just curious if that information is kept at all.

    -Eric


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    arteric, i looked for you through the polls...

    1. COW #9 Cute but deadly - 36 entries

    2. COW #4 Venomous Bird - 35 entries

    I counted only the entries taken to the poll...

    The average number of entries is between 20-30...

    The Free-Throw percentage is 78% and we have 6 turnovers per game...


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    I really want to participate in this one but my computer is acting like it's on crack.

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    C.O.W. - #012: Nocturnal Predator

    The forest dwelling 'night angler' feeds off the nocturnal animals attracted by its bioluminescent lure at the end of its tail. Can be found in trees, dangling it's tail below itself waiting for a meal. The multiple eyes give all round as well as full spectrum vision. The lure can fully regrow in a week, because there's always something that's just too quick.


    will update when not so tired.


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