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#31    Jack_of_Blades

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Posted 11 July 2006 - 09:39 AM

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Awesome, I named mine Skeezix.


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Posted 11 July 2006 - 09:42 AM

A person i knew used to sell LYNX.

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 06:45 AM

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being that this is subjective to the max, i'm going to have to say that the wolf is the most intriguing animal of all time. wink2.gif

aren't animals cool? original.gif soon we might not have any... sad.gif


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1- Humans (smartest)
2- Spiders (haven't really evolved in 300 million years)
3- Your mom (sexiest)
4- Electric Eels (some can put you on your ass)
5- sharks (haven't evolved since the dino's existed)
6- Godzilla (super awesome)
7- Dolphins (taste good)
8- Ants (natural example of mind control through neural chemical and homonal reactions)
9- Cockroach ( can survive with chopped head and can survive a nuclear winter
10- Bill Clinton  ( he is an animal in his own right)

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 05:54 PM

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Posted 16 July 2006 - 07:56 PM

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sharks (haven't evolved since the dino's existed)

Sorry, sharks have evolved thumbsup.gif

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Posted 17 July 2006 - 12:10 PM

For animals from fantasy -

1. Dragon (preferably Red or Blue)
2. Unicorn
3. Treant (or Ent if you prefer original.gif  )

From the real world (yes there is one out there)

1. Jaguar/ Lynx - Would love one as a pet
2. Koala
3. Panda


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Posted 17 July 2006 - 07:19 PM

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1. Jaguar/ Lynx - Would love one as a pet

Until the jaguar mauls you in your sleep thumbsup.gif

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Posted 17 July 2006 - 08:38 PM

Cats: Okay that's cliche but eh I still love 'em! I can't wait until our cat comes back home from my sisters apatment! I can't wait to pet her again! I miss her fur!

Octopus: Sure I don't like Calimari (had a rubbery one seven years ago at a Greek Restaurant and I have been turned off since. Oh wait-
I think Calimari is Squid? huh.gif) Anyhoo my sister told me about one at the Vancouver Aquarium that swam up it's circular habitat and would go directly to the feeding area and sneek fish. That was a smart little guy!

I'm not sure if this fits in this topic but I love Hammerhead Sharks! I just love how their heads look like hammers! ^^

Panthers: They are beautiful and they look as lazy when their in trees like my pet Cat.

Frogs: My cat would stare at it if she wasn't on my chair.

Chiwawa's: I remember a family friend ours and my sister once peeved one off when we were vacationing in Oregon a few years ago. Boy was it mad! But they are cute little things.
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Posted 18 July 2006 - 08:21 AM

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Until the jaguar mauls you in your sleep thumbsup.gif


lol..... Good point.... Let me rephrase

1. Toothless. no nailed Jaguar/ lynx - would love one as a pet.

Wonder how much chicken soup they can eat????

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Posted 18 July 2006 - 09:22 AM

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Daddy can you tell me about the birds and the bees?

Sorry son they're all dead...

Now shut up and eat your soylent green!

1- Humans (smartest)
2- Spiders (haven't really evolved in 300 million years)
3- Your mom (sexiest)
4- Electric Eels (some can put you on your ass)
5- sharks (haven't evolved since the dino's existed)
6- Godzilla (super awesome)
7- Dolphins (taste good)
8- Ants (natural example of mind control through neural chemical and homonal reactions)
9- Cockroach ( can survive with chopped head and can survive a nuclear winter
10- Bill Clinton  ( he is an animal in his own right)



Interesting list. Let's see how it compares to mine:

1 - Humans (smart, yes but also amazingly stupid. just watch jackass)
2 - Penguins (have you seen march of the penguins? incredible.)
3 - Women (i know they're human too but sometimes they're in a class all their own. really
     intruiging, mind-boggling creatures.
4 - Nessie (whether she really exists or not she has developed a life of he own)
5 - Common Cats (strange the way they look at you. like they know something we don't          
     and they just tolerate our dominance of the world)
6 - Tiger (majestic felines)
7 - Dogs (can you count the movies they've starred in?)
8 - Giant Squids (for staying hidden for soooo long)
9 - Koala (funny how they move - like old men on prozac)
10 - Panda (so darn cute!)


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Posted 18 July 2006 - 12:58 PM

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Giant Squids (for staying hidden for soooo long

how have they hidden? We have been finding corpses for the last two centuries...

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 02:44 AM

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how have they hidden? We have been finding corpses for the last two centuries...



I mean no one's ever seen one alive or recorded it on film. it was only recently that they managed to catch a glimpse of one of these critters and captured it on film.


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Posted 19 July 2006 - 10:28 AM

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My favorite is the panther chameleon...


Never seen one - anyone got a pic?

My favourites could also be a long, long list; let's see:

Snakes of all kinds, but the cobras are the best
Dolphins - something there - a strange connection between dolphins and man
Octopuses for their incredible intelligence
Horses - graceful, strong and beautiful animals
Tigers - the most beautiful of the big cats (I like them all though) and they love water...
All birds belonging to the raptor family, especially the eagles and hawks
Seahorses for their delicate beauty
Sharks - am very drawn to their beauty and mystery - particularly the Great White
Starfish


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Posted 19 July 2006 - 01:01 PM

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Snakes of all kinds, but the cobras are the best

YEAH! Finally, another cobra lover!

Panther Chameleon

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I've seen mine turn all these colors many times...

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Posted 19 July 2006 - 01:04 PM

Ja cobras rock - they are very majestic and beautiful!!  

and dang!! I can't see your images - I only see red X's again!!  GRRRRR


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