Critter of the Month?

Ooh, what are the mysterious eggs for? I’m sorry for the wait, but Pete and I are having a bit of trouble finding Elmer. I think he heard the rumor about getting a check-up with the vet…

In the meantime, I hope you enjoy this little preview sketch, and the picture below is probably pretty close to what Elmer’s habitat might’ve looked like. Only instead of grass there would be drought-hardy ferns, and cycads that look a bit like giant, prickly pineapples scattered about. 🙂

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You’d think it would be easy to find a giant browsing in a savannah of ferns and araucaria trees! See you in a few days! I hope to have Elmer back here by next week at the latest. 🙂

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Should be easy to find a giant the size of a whale in this stuff right??

 

24 thoughts on “Critter of the Month?

  1. Another thing: Will you consider to add Nesodactylus? It is a unique pterosaur because it lived in Central America, to be specific, Cuba. Could you put that on the priority list?

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    1. Hopefully I’ll have Elmer all ready for next week. A lot of things happened this month that slowed me down a bit, but I promise I’ll find him ASAP. 🙂

      Yes, and I saw the trailer and it looks epic! At first I wasn’t too sure about a talking Pikachu, but now I’m actually really excited about the movie. Especially seeing that Mewtwo will be in it! I’ve never played the Detective Pikachu game, but I’ve heard it’s really popular, and since the movie is based on what seems to be a good story line it should be pretty good. 🙂

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          1. I’m glad you like it. If you could try to upload more videos on you YouTube channel. As well, I was thinking, here are some prehistoric animals that can inspired from the new Pokémon:

            Grookey: Eosimias
            Scorbunny: Palaeolagus
            Sobble: Drepanosaurus

            Could you think of this?
            Also, on my blog, I will put a page about these new games. Stay tuned.

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