Other drawings by ~Elmleaf~New Account
Very creative! Kinda looks like an ancient tadpole. Did you make it up for a project or story?
~Elmleaf~New Account2011-12-08 08:04:03
...are one of them, but they end up drowning and die. After they have found a mate they will never come on land again and swim to deeper waters to raise their young. They usually give birth to 1 young per Tsumbaliia, but on rare occasions have two. After this the mother and father leave their young in the deepest cave they can find in that area and leave, swimming off together to die a few days later, happily..........Please start reading at bottom comment or you will get this in the wrong order
~Elmleaf~New Account2011-12-08 07:58:55
...eat warm blooded prey. Their usual prey is seals and sharks but occasionally, as most of the time they live in the shallows, they prey on humans too. They can shift their shape to become a beautiful girl/boy if they want to come on land, but rarely do. If they do, you can tell them apart from others by the faint blue spots which are located on their cheeks. They usually come on land to find a mate but occasionally fall in love with a human and drag them into the sea with them, thinking they..
~Elmleaf~New Account2011-12-08 07:53:29
It's head is nearly as big as a fully grown man and the whole creature can reach a size of up to 130 feet long. The spots along it's body and fins shine electric blue like lights. It is blind, for the creature has no pupils, but when it waves the flippers that are at the mouth very fast it sends tiny tremors through the water which bounce of anything near so it knows if there is something nearby. They know if it is prey or not because they have heat sensors between their eyes, for they only...