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Scaly Mice
The Scaly Mice (Squamomyidae) are a family of rodents in the superfamily Muroidea native to the deserts, grasslands, tropical, subtropical, temperate and alpine forests and other alpine environments in central, eastern and north-eastern Asia. They have scales formed from fused hair along their backs, sides and tails. They range between 120 and 150cm in length, a third of which is their tail. They are omnivorous and feed on seeds, fruits, nuts, roots and tubers, invertebrates, eggs, amphibians, reptiles and small birds and mammals. Females give birth to four to six, rarely eight, offspring, which they raise inside a secluded nest within a log or a crevice within rocks, or similar shelter. Most species are terrestrial and live in forests or environments with lots of foliage, though there are some arboreal species and some species that live in open environments
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Hair-mouthed Bats
The Hair-mouthed Bats (Trichostome sp) are a genus of Bats native to the forests of Madagascar. They have long stiff hairs surrounding their flat, broad mouths which guide their insect prey into their mouths. The nest together on the undersides of tree branches and in tree hollows and caves. Females give birth to one pup which they raise by themselves. They typically have a body length of between 7 and 12cm.
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Mixotheres
Mixotheres (Mixotheridae) are a family of Hyraxes native to the tropical and subtropical grasslands and forests of Pankhaia. They are named for their strange appearance, looking as if someone had sewn parts of several different animals together. The head resemble that of a tapir, their neck, body and legs resemble those of a horse and their feet are plantigrade and bear all five digits, much like their ancestor. Depending on the species they may live in small or large herds ruled by a dominant male. During the mating seasons males stand up on the hinds legs, supporting each other by bracing their torsos against each other, and wrestle in a similar manner to Holocene goannas. Females give birth to one foal. Depending on the species the may eat grass, tubers, leaves, fruit, aquatic plants or a mix of them. They range in size from 80cm to 2.3m tall.
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Bald-headed Kuakuatsheu
The Bald-headed Kuakuatsheu (Gullomustella nudicephalus) is a species of mustelid descended from weasels native to the tropical and subtropical grasslands and sparse forests of central and western Asia and south-eastern Europe. They are scavengers and their bald head and neck allows it to reach into carcasses to reach meat and organs on the inside. They live in monogamous breeding pairs who cooperatively defend their territory. They range between 1.4 and 1.8m in length, with their tail being 50cm of that length. Their topsides are orange to red patterned with small white rings and a white underside. Females give birth to 2-4 kits at a time.
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Gremlins
The Gremlins (Scansoriopteridae) are a family of arboreal flightless bats endemic to the tropical and sub-tropical forests and grasslands of Antarctica. Gremlins have a number of adaptions allowing them to live in the trees; they have long arms and short legs, making them capable brachiates, an opposable digit on each hand and foot, stereoscopic vision, given their faces an almost simian appearance, and large brains, making then quite intelligent and very curious. They live in small organised sociable troops lead by a dominant male and female. Females give birth to one, often two, pups, which cling to her back until their old enough to be independent. Gremlins are mainly carnivorous, eating invertebrates, birds and small mammals, but also eat eggs, fruit and edible fungi. Gremlins range between 40cm and 1m in length.
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Trolls
Trolls (Elasmonopsinae) are large knuckle-walking flightless bats endemic to the tropical, sub-tropical and temperate forests of Antarctica. Trolls are in the same family as Gremlins and share a number of their features, including; long arms and short legs, opposable thumbs, intelligence, stereoscopic vision and an almost simian face. Trolls are less sociable than Gremlins, living in small groups of 4 or 6 adults and their young, and are mainly herbivorous, feeding on leaves, fruit, nuts, roots and tubers and  edible fungi, occasionally eating eggs or scavenging meat from a carcass. Trolls will swallow small stones to aid in the digestion of plant matter and ingest certain rocks to obtain important nutrients from them that are otherwise absent from their diet. Male Trolls have large bulbous noses, much like the Proboscis Monkey of the Holocene, which the use to impress females and intimidate rivals. Females give birth to a single, sometimes two, pups, which she cares for on her ow
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Seal-otters
The Seal-otters (Pinnanapoda) are an entirely new order of aquatic mammals descended from otters, appearing somewhere between 10 and 13 million years  before the Allocene, native to coastal waters around landmasses in eastern Pacific, the western Atlantic and the Artic oceans. The main characteristics of this order are; forelimbs adapted into flippers, absent or vestigial hind limbs, a flat broad paddle like tail making up two-thirds of the total body length, and an otter-like face. They swim by undulating their body and tail up and down. They live in small highly sociable groups, called prides, of between 10 and 16 ruled by a dominant male. The dominant male rarely hunts for himself, instead relying on the females and subordinate males to bring food to him. The pride sleeps, hunts and guards their stretch of beach and ocean from rival prides. They feed on fish, cephalopods, bivalves and crustaceans. Otter-seals come to shore to sleep, breed and raise their young. Females give bir
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Oni
The Oni (Oniops sp) are a genus of Monkeys descended from macaques native to the tropical, sub-tropical, temperate and alpine forests of eastern Asia. The are named after the males semblance to the Oni of Japanese mythology; the males upper and lower canines have grown into tusks jutting over the opposite lip and reaching level with the nose and chin respectively, their hairless faces are brightly coloured, each species with its own colour, and on either side of their faces their hair has grown long and mane-like. Oni live in large sociable highly organised troops numbering 30-50, depending on species, ruled by a  dominant male. Should two troops meet the dominant males will try to establish who is larger and stronger by standing upright and sticking their vivid red tongues out of their mouths. Should they both be equal they will charge at each other, standing upright and violently shaking their head around when they meet. The losing male and his troop will retreat. Oni walk on al
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Kappa
The Kappa's (Incubocephalidae)are a family of toads native to rivers and lakes in the temperate and alpine altitudes of the mountains of Asia and North America. The males have a bowel-like growth on their head which the females lay their eggs in, reminiscent of the bowls of water mythological Kappa’s are said to have. Although they spend most their time in the water, they occasionally go onto land to find a new river or lake to live in. When males do this their head-bowl fills up with water. As they have slowed metabolisms due to their cold habitat they can not hop and walk instead. They are very longevitous for amphibians and can live for up to 40 or so years. They range in size from a more conventional toad size to giants the size of giant tortoises. They feed on fish and aquatic invertebrates. They range in colour from dark green to dark blue.
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Why Nightcrawler is not a German
Trust me, when you saw X-MEN Apocalypse and know German language and custom, you notice how much they did wrong in such a short time. Interesting when you think about it. Not that the comic version is any better, that one is in fact so bad it is the equivalent of "alternative facts."
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Chiropteran Marauder + Vrykolas
This picture is a combination of two Tzimisce powers named Chiropteran Marauder + Vrykolas. The description is as follows:
Chiropteran Marauder:
Similar to the lesser Vicissitude power of Horrid Form, the Chiropteran Marauder is a terrifying, bipedal bat, bearing a wickedly fanged maw and veined, leathery wings. This power confers all of the benefits of the Horrid Form, in addition to a few others. The mere sight of the marauder is enough to make mortals or weak-willed vampires flee in horror.

Vrykolas:
A power of the Tzimisce vampire's use of Animalism: The Tzimisce drinks the drink all the blood of some mean beast and gets to take on axpects the look of said beast creating a hybrid forms. Tzimisce often use it in combination with Zulo Shape or Chiropteran Marauder.
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Vrykolas
A power of the Tzimisce vampire's use of Animalism: The Tzimisce drinks the drink all the blood of some mean beast and gets to take on axpects the look of said beast creating a hybrid forms. This looks far more harmless than I thought it would, then again, I was not really in the mood basing it on some more extreme Tzimisce, but I think I can do it with another.
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Zavid
This is an illustration of a character from the book Road of the Beast where it was described that the Tzimisce Zavid transformed himself into something akin to a hound but with elements of lizard and ape. Apparently this is how his Beast looks like.
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I have not been as active on DA as I had planned due to so many other things going on. However I had plans to do it now, but as faith would have it, something came up and that something was a fire three levels below mine and now the stairs are nearly black and my apartment literally stinks.
So I will have to lookup for a new one and will be very busy.

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archeoraptor38 Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2017
thanks a lot for all those remakes of my old  Allocene critters I  made years ago :D
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Asanbonsam Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2018
no problem
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QuebecoisWolf Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2017
Happy Birthday!

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Asanbonsam Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2017
thanks
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280077s Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Happy Birthday!
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Asanbonsam Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2017
thank you
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280077s Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Welcome :)
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Ursumeles Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2017
Schönen Geburtstag! :)
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Asanbonsam Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2017
Danke
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Meglind Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2017  Student Filmographer
Have you a nice Birthday dude!!
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