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'The Thing' discovered beneath the Antarctic

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XenoFish

Well. That's weird looking.

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16 minutes ago, XenoFish said:

Well. That's weird looking.

Yep... that's a "face" that only a momma could love.

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Orphalesion

From the picture it kinda looks like a sea cucumber or sea pig.

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third_eye

I bet it tastes like chicken... 

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Hankenhunter

Those guys better put that baby alien back where they found it. Can you say intergalactic incident?:alien:

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Hammerclaw

Oh how cute! A baby Shoggoth!

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XenoFish
5 minutes ago, Hammerclaw said:

Oh how cute! A baby Shoggoth!

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Then mama's gonna want her baby back. 

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Joe Rogers

Best to just put it back.

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poohbear
1 hour ago, Joe Rogers said:

Best to just put it back.

The Japanese will eat it.....

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Dumbledore the Awesome

aww, it's rather cute. Probably because it's so little. If it was about a mile long it might be a slightly different story, perhaps. 

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zygote_myles

It's terrible how man will wrench any creature from it's home without the slightest thought for it's well being, just to appease his curiosity. They'll want to know if you can cook it next - how to make money and exploit it next. 

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Orphalesion

For reference, this is a Sea Pig: true-facts-about-the-sea-pig-1-4266-1398896941-0_big.jpg.881c09c4018985e25c0a5840c6e9b3fa.jpg

It doesn't look quite like one, but similar enough, I recon.

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