An exploration of our Earth's ever-captivating fauna through musings on the bizarre side of Zoology, Cryptozoology, Paleontology, and Paleoanthropology

Monday, December 23, 2013

Merry Christmas and a Zoological New Year

Once again, I bring you the photoshopped mess that is the Bizarre Zoology Christmas card; this year with Heuvelmans' peculiar
 long-necked pinniped, a Sordes in flight, and everyone's favorite European bestiary Wildman. Those white dots in the image are snow,
not pixellations due to a horrible photoshopping job...yeah...
(Please click to enlarge)
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all the greatly appreciated viewers of this blog! Thanks to you, I have achieved a successful tally of over 100,000 views since November of 2012! I had never thought that this blog would go so far in that amount of time, so thank you for helping my dream become a reality. Have a great time with family and friends, and please pray for those who are less fortunate.

Also, and this was a last minute creation, Merry Christmas from the festive merhorse!

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