Monday, June 1, 2015

Nessiteras Rhombopteryx!

We found this handsome lad at the Notched Needle and here's what they said you need to know:
"A 'Nessiteras rhombopteryx' is more commonly known as a 'Loch Ness Monster,' and Murray here is from a special and more unknown branch of the biological family tree.

Murray comes from the 'Derpiteras rhombopteryx' genus, as he is a 'Derp Ness Monster.' The Derp Monsters are far more out-going than their elusive relatives, able to change their color patterns to fit their current mood, love listening to BBC-talk radio and prefer a diet of sweets and confectionaries. Their sweet-toothiness leads to hyper-activity, so it's amazing Murray stood still to have his likeness needle felted.
Murray is a one-of-a-kind needle felted creation with wire armatures running through his neck and flippers, so you can pose him to flow with the feng shui of his new forever-home. Just be gentle as not to give him whiplash. And be strict on his candy intake."

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