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    Discovered a rare Woodlands Creature

    So cute

    Went to a family fun day/fete today and there was these people there where if you picked out the bits and pieces would glue together these real cool little creatures

    This was the one EJ found the parts for etc

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    That's lovely Cat and cute is right .. I bet EJ enjoyed finding the parts for that one.. Love that hat.
    What a marvelous idea isn't it amazing what you can make out of pine cones and seed pods..

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    A mutated Shingle Back lizard
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary Anne View Post
    That's lovely Cat and cute is right .. I bet EJ enjoyed finding the parts for that one.. Love that hat.
    What a marvelous idea isn't it amazing what you can make out of pine cones and seed pods..
    It is amazing a few seed pods some eyes and a creature is born

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duane Pipe View Post
    A mutated Shingle Back lizard
    Id be worried if a lizrd looking like that appeared lol

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    Well done on managing to captur the rarest creature in the world- a Gluedeous pineconus.

    I am sure all the kids had an absolute blast, and came away with another treasure for their room.

    Thanks for showing this

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    It reminds me of that sabre-toothed squirrel in the Ice Age movies ;-)
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