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Random creature by Zarnala

Random creature by Zarnala

Sketch of eyes: Human. Asari, Salarian, Turian, Drell, Quarian, Krogan, Batarian, Vorcha, Collector, Prothean, Illusive man Mass Effect

Sketch of eyes: Human. Asari, Salarian, Turian, Drell, Quarian, Krogan, Batarian, Vorcha, Collector, Prothean, Illusive man Mass Effect

Commision: Orid concept 01 by Zarnala on deviantART

Commision: Orid concept 01 by Zarnala on deviantART

Zarnala

Zarnala

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Cute Rammus, Josh Singh on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/cute-rammus

Cute Rammus, Josh Singh on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/cute-rammus

Day 544. Kanto 126 Redo by Cryptid-Creations.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Day 544. Kanto 126 Redo by Cryptid-Creations.deviantart.com on @deviantART

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The most common perception is connected with the flesh tearing jaws of the Venus fly trap (lat. Dionea muscipula). These plants are smart they flex no muscle for no particular reason, they have three sensitive ‘hairs’ on each leaf lobe that need to be triggered simultaneously to prove there is in fact a living prey there. Although the ‘biting’ mechanism hasn`t been clarified it is believed to be powered by an electrical impulse.

The most common perception is connected with the flesh tearing jaws of the Venus fly trap (lat. Dionea muscipula). These plants are smart they flex no muscle for no particular reason, they have three sensitive ‘hairs’ on each leaf lobe that need to be triggered simultaneously to prove there is in fact a living prey there. Although the ‘biting’ mechanism hasn`t been clarified it is believed to be powered by an electrical impulse.

Carnivorous man-eating plant, final 3D illustration completed in Seagulls Fly Studio by Gabriel Loques

Carnivorous man-eating plant, final 3D illustration completed in Seagulls Fly Studio by Gabriel Loques