Title Coreguana (Basilicus Arborealus)
The Coreguana is a fierce creature. Its favorite hunting method is to keep in hiding and spring forward when a prey presents itself. Its hard beak combined with its tremendous jumping power enables the Coreguana to pierce the torsos of most large mammals. This comes in very handy since it prefers to feed on strong and blond soaked muscles of the heart. Quite how the Coreguana developed this specific diet is unknown. The Coreguana is now almost extinct. It was hunted feverishly when it developed a habit of piercing livestock. It is believed some still remain deep in the forests of the amazone.
Tools Photoshop, Wacom
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