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    grr... I'm almost done with it... Hanuka, you got a thing for giant worms too?
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    man i am so down for this if i have the time... and i think i do....



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    Giant LobsterSquid Years of toxic waste have been slowly seeping into the giant squid's spawning area and eventually they start to mutate. Now the DNA from the giant squids has mixed with the DNA from a deep sea spiked lobster.

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    Trench Stalker shown as (Abyssal Maggot)

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    "Opportunism(n)-the art, policy, or practice of taking advantage of opportunities or circumstances often with little regard for principles or consequences." as defined by Merriam-Webster.

    Such is the life of the Trench Stalker, from it's first fluttering breaths to it's last death rattle. All known evidence of this creature is through local legend, and inconclusive markings located along area Chilean beaches.
    What has been deduced from lore is that periodically the shifting and grinding along the Marianas trench will from time to time release large pockets of carbon-dioxide and oxygen. Unfortunate ships that happen to be in the area are lost to these super-massive releases. Yet what is lost to one is but an irresistable opportunity for another. It is suspected that the Trench Lurker can feel the vibrations of a sudden release and poise itself along the rugged walls of the trench, and when the time comes will ride the swift moving torrent to the surface, it's massive bulk made weightless. It feeds voraciously sweeping all into it's maw on both the trip up and back. And when one elder Trench Stalker dies...the breeding season begins by the laying of Abyssal Maggots who consume the dead, bones and all...leaving no other evidence behind of their existence.
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    GIGANTICUS MARIUS - The extremely rare giant deep sea fish of the deeps.

    Only glimpsed once by a deep sea research vessel this creature is huge - weighing in at 500 tonnes and is approximately 150m long with a tough exoskeleton to survive the massive pressures in some of the deepest regions of the sea. Its bioluminescent tentacles are used to capture it's prey with poison injected into the body and huge eyes help it see in the dark

    .....considering the size of the creature it is yet unknown what the creature feeds on, rumours are that it's prey is even larger......


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    Giant Jelly Catches Cetacean!
    An adult blue whale grasped liesurely in one of its many tenticals, a giant jelly descends into the depths on Tuesday afternoon as the research team of the USS Mysticeti topside, and scientists the world watched the massive creature fall majestically into the depths of the South Pacific. Without a doubt, the largest example of a deep sea jelly ever caught on film, the scientific community is astounded by this newly discovered species, and indeed, all of the unprecidented discoveries of the last week. Its discovery is too recent to have earned it a name, or know anything about its life cycle, preferred habitat, diet or reproductive cycle; however this gigantic jelly is believed to possibly feed upon colosseus aequori as well as blue whales, as a the research team was in fact trailing a school from Southern California when they stumbled upon this astounding specimen.


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    I wanted to try a different approach than the one I was doing for the two previous cows, try to approach this more as an illustration and focus more on the colors (something I really have to work at, big time). No text or any other thing this time.
    I think it sucks how it turned out

    I would really love crits on this if anyone takes the time.

    Some really really great entries this round, but I'll save the comments for the voting round.

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    Depth Titan
    An enourmous deep-sea creature, the Depth Titans can be found on some of the most profound regions of the Pacific Ocean. They are slow swimming, and have relatively small mouths in relation to their huge bodies, which are spherically shaped and end in a long, thin tail. Near the mouth are dozens of bioluminiscent lights that are used to lure its prey for easy consumption. Many of the observed individuals present scars on their bodies in unusual markings that resemble jaw wounds, suggesting the posibility of even larger deep-sea predators, to which the Depth Titans would be basic food.
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    Thought to be the first fire breathing fish ever to be found, the Aqueous Inceneratious nomakesenseous is about 100m long and feeds on Deep Fried Calamari of the Giant Squid type. Scientists are still unsure of what the whole creature actually looks like as the artist was too lazy to draw the rest of it.

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    The Fangtooth Vipersquid is generally harmless unless provoked. They live an average of six miles below the surface and come up to feed at night. Their large powerful claws easily crush any prey it can catch, but the fangs are not to be overlooked. The lights on their head will shine bright when threatened or when looking for a mate.


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    Octonailious:
    Thanks to recent new advancements in technology humans are now able to explore much deeper into the depths of the ocean. Because of this there have been a number of new discoveries. Most memorable is the Octonailious. It was discovered by Henry L. Johnson. What is known about this creature so far is that it uses its innate camouflage on its back to blend in with its surroundings. To blend in better it digs a small trench for itself and sits in waiting. It doesn't move until the schools of gwandula fish are close by. Once they are close enough it feeds in a frenzied rage until it is full. They are solitary creatures and don’t see each other until it is mating season. They're like this because to many Octonailious's in one area would deplete the food source dramatically.

    Below is a picture of the Octonailious after a big feast:
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    I updated it
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    Quote Originally Posted by bRØk3n_sPiRiT
    I wanted to try a different approach than the one I was doing for the two previous cows, try to approach this more as an illustration and focus more on the colors (something I really have to work at, big time). No text or any other thing this time.
    I think it sucks how it turned out
    Actually I really, really like the illustration. Your creature really feels tremendously large. I think it's a great concept. Kind of reminds me of the worms from Dune.
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    Definitely going for the illustration on this one....

    The narwhal worm gored open the plug at the bottom of atlantis with its horn, and atlantis sank. nuff said.

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