Monday, August 17, 2009

Devil Penguin

Devil Penguins are a mutated offshoot of ordinary Emperor Penguins. They average roughly six feet in height, are covered with a rubbery skin, and generally share the same social habits as ordinary penguins. The strange appendage around it's mouth allows the Devil Penguin to rift through the slime and muck at the bottom of the ocean to find prey. However large groups of Devil Penguins have been observed hunting in packs and attacking larger animals, such as sharks and whales.

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