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Old 05-27-2005, 02:38 PM   #1
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What creature do you find the most appealing?

I know a lot of people are going to say things like the Mandarin Dragonet.. I'm trying to find out about random unknowns, or knows, that you find exquisite, special, or just flat out beautiful.

Heck, if a certain creature has exceedingly interesting character traits I guess those would qualify, too.

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Peacocks, definately my favorite.

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Emperor angels, definitely my favorite!

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I would either have to go with the Dragon eels or powder blue.

Dragon Eel (just one kind of species.)
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RHINOPIAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11!!!!!!11!!!!one

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Re: What creature do you find the most appealing?

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I'm trying to find out about random unknowns, or knows, that you find exquisite, special, or just flat out beautiful.

Heck, if a certain creature has exceedingly interesting character traits I guess those would qualify, too.

Let it begin.

PS. I'll participate after a couple posts. Also, pictures garner bonus points.
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I like my o clown cause it does a backflip out of the water for no reason once the lights go off, kinda wierd tho
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Come on guys. This is not a contest... it's obvious that the Moorish Idol WINS!!! (okay, so maybe this is a contest... but we already know the winner.. muahaha )

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