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TheSwordUpsilon at 6:08PM, July 22, 2007
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And then theres thing… thing. I'm not sure what the hack they are but they are apparantly real… *shrug* I like it, it's a little cute with the ‘ears’.


Where's the pic? I want to see… ;_;
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subcultured at 6:36AM, July 23, 2007
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And then theres thing… thing. I'm not sure what the hack they are but they are apparantly real… *shrug* I like it, it's a little cute with the ‘ears’.


Where's the pic? I want to see… ;_;

http://www.geocities.jp/dg_tokiwa/hana/tobi_a.html
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ozoneocean at 8:55AM, July 23, 2007
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I won't just dismiss it as totally fake without proof that it is, but it's a fairly safe bet that it's a hoax creature. lol!

Look at the “limb” extending from its nose? That's a bird's leg and foot, probably from a stork or similar long legged species.
The bifurcated tail is unlikely but not impossible, the lack of the other two expected limbs is also rather suspicious, looks like either a very clever photo-manipulation or a taxidermist's joke.
But without proof, I can't be 100% certain :)
 
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silentkitty at 12:52PM, July 23, 2007
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I would say it's fake just based on the anatomy. What does it do, jump on its face? lol! I've never seen or heard of a creature like that before, I'd like to know more about it, if it's real.
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PokeMitch at 6:22PM, July 23, 2007
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One of the best hybrids I have ever seen:





It may chew disturbing images into your head but imagine a duck and crocodile getting jiggy with it. But unfortuenatly it is not real. This is just fan made.
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veritan at 1:20PM, July 27, 2007
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Frill sharks are found in all major oceans, mostly in temperate regions. They are rarely seen because they live in the deep. Their name comes from their large gill slits which are feathered on the outer edges.


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Fluffy Snot Monster at 10:10PM, July 30, 2007
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That's a screenshot from the BBC series ‘Sea Monsters’, about prehistoric sea life. The sea scorpion in the picture is a prop.
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Kohdok at 6:36AM, July 31, 2007
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One of the best hybrids I have ever seen:





It may chew disturbing images into your head but imagine a duck and crocodile getting jiggy with it. But unfortuenatly it is not real. This is just fan made.

To me, it makes me think twice about throwing bread-crumbs at birds at the lake. If a flock of these showed up, I'd be done for.
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kennatsu at 2:41PM, July 31, 2007
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I like this… It's a Babirusa.







It's a kind of long legged pig that lives on some Islands in Indonesia, and despite it's savage looks it lives of fruit. Its name means “dear pig”, so called because of its long legs and the weird horn like tusks coming out of the top of its face. They say pigs are related to elephants and I think you can see that pretty clearly here.

This wouldn't be that same species of pig I've heard about where their tusks literally grow into their cranium (and into their brain, killing them), would it?
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