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Thread: C.O.W. - #025: Arctic Carnivore
October 8th, 2005 #1
C.O.W. - #025: Arctic Carnivore
Saturday, 15 October 2005
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ooooooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!! I get chills just thinking about this....!
October 9th, 2005 #3
water + ice environments... my two most hated!!! thanks for challenging me foz!
October 9th, 2005 #4
wooohoooo I have waited soooooo long (nearly 2 days ) until C.O.W#25 started. Great topic, I need to get to my pencils now , hehe
October 9th, 2005 #5Originally Posted by Form
October 9th, 2005 #6Originally Posted by BrainBug
you callin' meh a pusseh?!?!?!
October 9th, 2005 #7
Yes....Koala Pusseh! What do you know about arctic, eh...
October 9th, 2005 #8
I know more about koala pusseh than you... no wait let me try again.....
I know more pusseh than an antarctic koa..... no no... this is hard...
IMA HAVE TO k-k-KICK YOUR ASSSSS FOZZY!
go to bed form.
October 9th, 2005 #9
Why can't we all just get along!? ya pussies!
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October 9th, 2005 #10
October 9th, 2005 #11
Just gonna throw in a quick one - I have a really busy week ahead...
These lightning fast predators feed mostly on small mammals. Thier wings are actually covered in thick fur which, while a perfect insulator for its arctic habitat, render the creature flightless. It uses the wings as shelter from the freezing winds and also to intimidate competitors. It is thought they may have been able to fly in the past, but the wing feathers most likely adapted to a climate change.
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October 9th, 2005 #12
Specimen 50-C "Spider Rabbit"
From the lost files of the 60's Gjoa iceberg expedition
Trent Leyland's diary excerpt:
"...they aren't ears. The horn like extensions work in a similar way as the ampullae of Lorenzini in sharks, that explains why the creature could find our huskies even during the storms.
Foreman took a few pictures of the creature while there was still some sun, can't wait to see how they turn out."
October 9th, 2005 #13
those are HOT.