Eril uma raça d ave felina cujo consegue imitar quais qr tipo d som animalesco para caçar suas pressas. MT raro d se encontrar pois vive nas montanhas do norte perto da cidade d baratur no reino da terra
*eats your cats food and makes them watch*
captain-kali said: I've been thinking a lot about water dragons but that are like, manta rays? Dragon rays? Manta dragons? Does this have potential or no??? Answer: I THINK IT DOES YEAH single manta...
The Crow and the Sheep - 2, Dina Norlund
Imagine if humans disappeared from earth and animals were free to evolve. This is an experiment on how a crow would evolve to hunt sheep and sheep to defend themselves against the crows. Enjoy!
Tzitzi-Ya-Ku are Bird Wyverns first introduced in Monster Hunter: World. They can be found in the Coral Highlands. This odd monster blinds both prey and enemies with a special pulsing organ near its head. It then uses its strong legs to deliver finishing blows. Their materials can be used to craft raw/thunder weapons and the Tzitzi armor sets. 1 Physiology 2 Behavior and Abilities 3 Element/Status Effectiveness 4 In-game description 5 Monster Materials 6 Equipment 7 Gallery 8 References…
Dracocetus, Midhat Kapetanovic
Pandora Dracocetus is a concept of a dragon-whale; an intelligent marine mammal used by the Na'vi as an underwater mount (equivalent of an ikran).
Equirex, Dom Qwek
The Equirex is a mammal with long arching antlers that are used for self defense against predators and jostling with other equirexes. These are social creatures and move in small packs led by a matriarch. Male equirexes can grow antlers up to 6 feet
Triple Loser With Some Blue Tattoos
grimm-sugar: “Everyone’s talking about House Martins and their fuzzy pants, so I painted over them to make them into griffons. The Common House Griffon (original photo credit is to Steve Robinson) ”
Dusk Hound by DemonML on DeviantArt
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