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Game: Tell us what you think about the animal above...

RTLfan

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I commented about this animal in this thread before and I said it was the most horrible mammal. I stand by that.

Gold dust day gecko
 

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I love all kinds of geckos but those are easily one of my favorites. They have cute faces, colorful patterns, and a cool-sounding name.

Cobalt blue tarantula (Cyriopagopus lividus)
 

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Just did a brief read about this one and that is definitely one interesting dinosaur! I'd never known about all these tyrannosauroids before and I will definitely be delving into some articles to learn more!

Satin bowerbird?
 

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If a crow and a blackbird had a baby. I don't think it's as appealing as either of those though.

Parasaurolophus
 

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might use close up of a rose this time
 

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I'm not sure what that's supposed to mean so let's just ignore it (I'm the OP btw).

Sea lion
 

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One distinct memory I have regarding sea lions is of a video from Reddit where a group of fishermen were reeling in a fish... just as a sea lion was trailing after it, arriving out of the shore's seas in pursuit. The poor sea lion, who immediately slowed down upon seeing the group of wackos with the fishing line and the prey it tried to get, then stared around at its surroundings in pitiful confusion. If I were any of those dudes I'd just nab the fish and throw it at the sea lion.

Nuthetes
 

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Nasty and just another raptor but they do have their charm.

Western honey bee
 

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Love them! Always going to lean towards native pollinators depending on location, but I am not immune to the charms of a honey bee! Being named as one of the first domesticated insects is such a cool accomplishment on their part, but they also communicate by dancing! I forever and ever urge everyone to go read about honey bees for fun because there's just an endless supply of information about them to love!

Cabbage white butterfly?
 

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It's a little cute. I'd say I'm more into butterflies with extravagant patterns, but its neat to have the more simple looking ones.

Nyasasaurus (The earliest/oldest known dinosaur in paleontology, or closest relative to one)
 

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Very 'standard' looking, isn't it? And not big either.

Brown fur seal
 

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Their faces look superficially puppy like. That, and those tiny ears make them weirdly endearing.

Mastodonsaurus (...it's actually an amphibian)
 

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A big odd newt thingy. Quite interesting and quite scary.

Vervet monkey
 

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The fact that this animal apparently occasionally commits terroristic actions by destroying their rivals families' food sources out of spite affirms my world-view that animals are no less hedonistic, viceful or 'cruel' than humans despite what some activists believe. Many people really take to condemning us mankind as 'hateful' beings that are supposedly the only animals who commit cruelty to each other and other animals, and that no other animals would think to be oppressive. Yeah, no. Animals are cognizant, even if their rate of sapience doesn't always equate to ours; and many of them are definitely going to be out for blood.

Erythrosuchus
 
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takoyaki

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It looks scary. I would not want to be around it, honestly. Super loooooong


Let's go with the "dinosaur-like-creatures" concept again.

Archaeopteryx
 

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First bird, first bird! =D Haven't looked into these guys too much, but I can at least say I love them with all my heart! I mean, take a look at those fossils and then compare to. .. A barn owl skeleton, off the top of my head. It's amazing!

Megaloceros?
 

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I don't know much about extinct animals in general, but man are those things scarily huge. If I was some prehistoric species of wildlife, I would definitely not want to run into one of these guys.

Ferrets
 

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They're pretty neat, I don't know just a ton about them tho. I think they're related to mongooses (mongeese?) which are cool cuz they eat cobras




On that note, cobra snakes
 
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