Ed, Edd n Eddy as cetaceans
Edd/Double D-Bottlenose Dolphin
Eddy-Indo pacific humpback Dolphin
look at these fucking idiots oh my god
Birds are so weird…
((Hope they didn’t swallow any of the motor parts from the inside of that toy.))
Pfffff… Emus may be the weirdest birds in the world, especially when they’re uncertain of what to do - which, frankly, is quite a lot of the time. With tiny wings they look more like one long, awkward neck on two big feet, which can jump and run like no other.
((I’m certain they didn’t. I ‘know’ the lady who owns them and she’s been very careful with hand-rearing them from day one. Couldn’t imagine her to let them eat stuff like that.))
Funky Emus and Ostriches.
Great Cormorant and Australian Pelican. Photos by K S Kong
The cormorant catch a fish and a pelican catch the cormorant?!?
Fun Fact: Harbor porpoises and Dall’s porpoises often interbreed with one another, producing hybrids. This dead female hybrid washed ashore on San Juan Island in May 2011, which in and of itself is very rare. Even more surprising, she was carrying a near full-term fetus, indicating that these hybrids are capable of producing offspring. Most hybrids between species are sterile and cannot reproduce.
Hybrid calves are usually fathered by harbor porpoises and mothered by Dall’s porpoises. Why? Male harbor porpoises are promiscuous; they mate with as many females as possible during the breeding season. Male Dall’s porpoises ensure their genes get passed on by guarding females and making sure they are the only ones to mate with a particular female. The promiscuity of harbor porpoises could be a contributing factor in hybridization.
Hybrid calves stay with their Dall’s porpoises mothers; in the third photo, the hybrid is on the right. These porpoises are usually gray, black, or have the coloring of harbor porpoises. However, they behave like Dall’s porpoises: swimming along side boats, producing a “rooster tail”, ect.
So far these hybrids have been found mainly in the southern British Columbia area.
This is the rarest hybrid animal found in the wild
Are the eggs going in or out of his mouth?
Yes they did!xD
This one is were I drew it out with Adobe Ideas on my iPhone.
I’m finally worked on the humpback Deinocheirus.
Trying a little too hard there Ulises <3 :3
Hahahaha omg I was in this show! I have never laughed so hard. Michelle killed me when she did this. Her and Becky actually planned it out before hand!