This is another fruitifuzz. This is a Kabocha Squash Fruitifuzz! they can be either red or green, and are fluffy and chubby. They look a whole lot like their namesake, the real Kabocha Squash. Kabocha squashes originate from Japan. They are sweet and have bright yellow insides. I like them a lot!
These charming Fruitifuzz are Yellow Straightneck Squashes. As with all fruitifuzz, they ate tons of their namesake fruits when they were hungry larvae, thus developing to resemble them.
Having no claws and being chubby fuzzballs, they aren't adept at climbing. However, like other gourds, they have thick, rough paw pads and powerful mandibles. Being sturdy and strong, they can travel long distances and work for many hours without a sweat. Their mandibles are suited well for gnawing at tough vines and penetrating hard food, making them excellent farmers.
Another fascinating ability they have is the peculiar skill of mimicking sounds just like a parrot! They can screech and squawk and imitate all sorts of sounds. They are very noisy and love to cause a giant ruckus, flapping their long wiry arm fur and knocking things over. You'll know when they're partying around when you hear them strumming on the burblebar, a little bamboo guitar-like instrument. In these squash festivals, it's a tradition to scream out your name at the very top of your lungs. Very noisy and not pleasant when you're trying to sleep, but these parties can be a blast!
I hope y'all enjoyed this Fruitfile log! More fruitifuzz coming soon! See ya later! :3
Here's one of my latest artworks! This is a page from my coloring book, I Draw, You Color! It depicts a Treebork and its friends. Treeborks are peaceful crafters of beautiful weaving, which they use to make their nests. They live in small colonies of about 10 to 25 members. Of course, this is not a set number, and in tough times they are known to form megacolonies of more than a hundred individuals!
The little green and grey ungulate (hoofed mammal) sitting on a moss-rock is a Keynoot! Keynoots are tiny herbivorous animals that reside in and around ponds, rivers, and lakes. they eat marshy plants like duckweed but will go after other things like snowy cattails. There is a misconception that they mostly eat snowy cattails due to their white tongues.
The slug chillin' along side the two is a Slivaslug! They are poisonous mollusks with an affinity for spider-webs! They often form a symbiotic relationship with spiders, protecting them for a weekly ration of silk threads.
Stay colorful, peeps!
Meet my latest creation! I named it Insanity Serpent because he is infinitely long and can never fully get out of the spiral caverns which drives him insane. Poor thing! I will have to think up of ways to make his existence more fun and exciting.
'Gotta go! Have some online class to attend.
Ssssseee you later!
Here's a particularly strange animal... A toadistool conjured using Pixelmator editing skills! Ahahaha!
The toadistool is basically your standard toad, only that it has mushroom tops on it's back. They are quite quick, and live around swampy areas. Although they do have to eat a lot because the mushrooms are literally taking nutrients from their body. They live for nearly 3 years, and lay about 10-20 eggs at a time. They are poisonous, so you cannot eat them. But they are really rare and hard to find at daytime, so you probably won't get the chance to eat one for breakfast.
I hope you liked this quick little bio on this toadistool!
I shall now sing a song about refrigerators after I post this. ಠ◡ಠ
Here, we see a 'supra long cat-cat' in it's natural habitat. Felis Catcaticus is native to all over the world and must consume 12 fish-fish or 42 mice-mice each day to sustain itself. Supra long cat-cats are friendly animals, and love to get scritches. I hope you liked this photoshop I made of the supra long cat-cat! Have a nice day~ (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧ Magic!
Go click on the captions! Come on, click it! Funny song. Did you click it yet? I don't know. I'm just a description. Wait, I'm not even describing this. Uh, spaghetti cat flying through the sky...? You're on the weird side of the internet. You should go outside for a walk. It's a beautiful day, maybe... Maybe yes, maybe no... You might even be watching this at night. Hey, I don't know anything about you! I'm a description! Like I said, magical spaghetti cats flying through the sky!
Someone must have tossed Spaghetti Cat into the air! Now the laws of gravity are broken for Spaghetti Cat. Spaghetti Cat does not want this. You should not violate the wants of Spaghetti Cat because Spaghetti Cat is Spaghetti Cat and is ruled by no one but Spaghetti Cat. If you violate the wants of Spaghetti Cat, Spaghetti Cat will be mad and will go to Spagooter Dog to learn the ways of Spagooter Dog. Spagooter Dog is Spagooter Dog and listens only to Spagooter Dog. Spagooter Dog wants to be Spagooter Dog so, Spagooter Dog is Spagooter Dog. (silly herpin' derps!) Pasta animal count:18. Pasta animal count is pasta animal count and is the count of when pasta animals are mentioned. Pasta animal count listens to no one but the one who counts. (Being silly, Iris)
Sorry for the short video, I made this near my bedtime so I didn't have the time to make a longer animation...
And yeah, from now on I'm gonna add real life backgrounds! :) Oh, and this is an Ivvi. They live in snowy areas, like this one. They migrate away from their habitat in the middle of spring, going to colder places. They are omnivores, which means they eat meat AND plants. They also eat dirt sometimes... well, that's understandable because soil, or humus, consists of dead plant and animal matter. Yes, even fecal matter. Ivvis stay in spring for a while to munch on the newly sprouting plants. They will eat dead plants and even rotting tree trunks and twigs! They have a very slow metabolism and hardly ever run. That's why the Ivvi in this animation just sprints in a very short burst, and doesn't run any longer. They travel in groups called Hairballs (because of how fluffy they are!). So, that's an Ivvi!
This description took longer to make than to watch this whole video! Yaay~
This animation is about Lucid Dream the dragon! I named her that because she's from one of my dreams. She represents the elements, and protects endangered species. (sorry for the blurry background, it wasn't a vector so when I zoomed it in to fit the visible box, it's pixels were still the same size, but bigger. I bet you don't even know what I'm talkin' about. Lol! :P)
Newbie Animator 1 (A collection of my short animation snippets.)
These are 'Sushi-i-is', and they seem like sushi, even in taste! (they are sometimes raised as livestock to be eaten.) They are doing a dance battle to see who leads the Delicacy, or group of Sushi-i-is. They all seem to be dancing in sync, and in all the same way. I guess they all are leaders! The little grey dots are the organs that filter carbon dioxide from the air and give it out as oxygen and sometimes, little pieces of leftover carbon, if not used to grow larger. There are many varieties, like the egg omelet (the yellow one with a seaweed band on it), the fishy one (the silver one), and the carrot (the orange one), and much, much more!
Ah, remember that green grinner I did a little while ago? Remember that they travel in packs? Well, here is his pack's leader. The leader, (let's call him WyvernHeart for now) WyvernHeart, is practicing for his speech of jaws. It's basically where they tell a speech then roar. :P
WyvernHeart: HEAR MEH RAWR! CLICK ON the CLOSED CAPTIONS/SUBTITLES BUTTON TO HEAR MEH!!!!
Another creature of mine, less derpy than the previous one! The Grinner comes in any color! They travel in large family groups. They are omnivores, eating mostly insects, fruit, and plants, but they may eat meat if they find something already dead. They are curious about other entities, and would wander into human villages to observe and watch people.
Bye the way, make sure to click on the Closed Captions/Subtitles for some funny captions!
This is my original creature, Fiurz. She/he is a carnivore with a bad temper! >.< She lives in Europe and is invasive to southern North America. She was first discovered when a hunter and his hunting dogs were on a hunting trip. The hunter described Fiurz as an "Unholy Beast". He killed the first one seen as he thought it was a deer from the underworld. :T It's better to Shoot with cameras instead of guns! The creatures you find may look weird, but maybe to them, WE are the weird ones! Haha! Well, that's all for now! 'Will post other creaturez next time. :D
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