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The Snaiad and The Furious by Leggurm
The Snaiad and The Furious
Species: Chimerophis extrarius  
Common Name/s: Whisker Snake
Size: 120cm
Habitat: Sprogland and grassy Sprogland across Pansavannah and the Eastern Plains 

If ever there was a single species to represent the frustratingly diverse Sprogophidians, C extrarius is that species. Often called the "Platypus of Snaiad", it is an anatomical hodgepodge; having an elongated body but a short tail, an extremely reduced first head bordering on Primary Acephaly, but a dramatically elongated second head with jaw like flaps, reminiscent of Bumboiforme Pescidonts and Blumbomeniformes, and atrophied limbs. Seemingly unrelated to any other Sprogophidian clade, C extrarius remains a mocking enigma to zoology.

Despite being an anatomical anomaly, it is a rather regular Sprogophidian, sliding in and out of Sprog, snatching up Trikes and Picozoans.   
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Snaiad: Full Throttle by Leggurm
Snaiad: Full Throttle
Species: Deinochelys podophilius
Common Name/s: Stumper, Cobblers Bane, Foot-eater
Size: Body 1 meter long, often more
Habitat: Rivers and lakes across Notor

The absence of large aquatic predators on Notor resulted in the evolution of this large, predatory Turtiforme. The horrific common names and equally horrific reputation of this creature, including a horror movie franchise, stems from several unfortunate incidents early in Snaiads history, where swimmers feet were bitten off and eaten. Usually feeding on smaller vertebrates and arthrognaths, attacks on humans are nothing more than mistaken identity, nonetheless warnings are still posted at popular swimming locations and particularly aggresive individuals are relocated.

Oblivious to its fearsome image, D podophilius swims around rivers and lakes, seeking prey out with its unusually long second head tendril, and then dispatching it with its powerful "jaws".     
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Dragunalb Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2016  Student Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave on =)
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Leggurm Featured By Owner Jan 17, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
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Sanrou Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2015   Digital Artist
thank you for the watch. :D (Big Grin) 
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