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kakapo123

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  1. I like the mock ups, very neat
  2. from what I can tell most wild animals that are white seem to have black rather than pink noses (pictured examples are a polar bear, Arctic wolf, Arctic fox, dall sheep, mountain goat and harp seal pup). that being said I wouldn't really care if nichelings had pink or black noses, it doesn't really make a difference to me
  3. I don't think the derp snout would affect a nicheling's ability to breathe underwater seeing as the breathing difficulties caused by it would arise from having a deformed face and therefore a messed up nose and breathing passage (not very technical terms but I'm sure you know what I mean lol). nichelings that can breathe underwater breathe through gills from certain genes rather than through a nose. I believe the only way a nicheling with the derp snout would be able to breathe underwater would be to have that body which has all the fins and gills and stuff which I cannot remember the name of, and the gills on that should be far enough away from the face to not be affected by the deformities
  4. I'm pretty sure this isn't actually canon, just one of the many things the Erin's said once and have probably forgotten about. in the books Ashfur and Ferncloud were actually said to be Brindleface's first kittens
  5. yes I replied to you the first time you suggested poison resistance, agreeing with you. no need to keep arguing your point πŸ™‚
  6. we like to party we like we like to party
  7. I come back to this site once in a blue moon, bump 20 things to the front page and then disappear off into the night again lmao
  8. kakapo123

    rosettes

    did you know that the unicorn is the national animal of Scotland 😳✌
  9. imagine being a crab πŸ¦€
  10. bump, sadly I have run out of spiky animals to show πŸ˜₯
  11. kakapo123

    bobtail

    maybe if you reread my post you will find that that is exactly the stats I suggested for it πŸ‘€
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    cool animals

    the aye-aye is a species of lemur
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    cool animals

    a Canadian lynx?
  14. kakapo123

    More manes

    this suggestion is only 2 posts beneath your one: please try not to make a post for something that's already been suggested, especially if it's so far up the front page and practically impossible to miss I also have to say I'm really not a fan of the mane types that would cover the eyes. those genes would be even more useless than the blind gene if they don't even give the slight boost to the other senses that blindness gives.
  15. why has this only got 7 votes??? I always thought the idea of baby nichelings having a pattern that disappeared with age was more popular
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