Wednesday, September 9, 2009


Strange cycloptic creatures from deep in the Amazon, the Flowerpillar has a very long maturating cycle, and eventually grows between 3 - 7 feet long. Most of it's life however is spent in the developing stages where it is vulnerable to predators. The Flower-like appendages around it's single eye act as camouflage.

It has been suggested that the Flowerpillar is merely the larval stage of another creature, and the true adult Flowerpillar has not yet been observered.

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