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Yowies / Re: Devils hole Pupfish (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by bmathison1972 on Today at 01:02:43 AM »
This is the only one that I have on purpose (the fennec fox was sent along as well, just because). It's a great figure, it's too bad that they keep leaving fish out of their release lines.

at least you got something this time ;-). None of the US line has any arthropods. Not surprising since they seem to be focusing on endangered species.
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Yowies / Re: Devils hole Pupfish (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by sbell on Today at 12:34:27 AM »
This is the only one that I have on purpose (the fennec fox was sent along as well, just because). It's a great figure, it's too bad that they keep leaving fish out of their release lines.
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Yowies / Re: Devils hole Pupfish (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Badger on June 18, 2018, 08:18:27 PM »
I only found out about the existence of this figure earlier on the day you posted this  ^-^

Looks nice, one of the few Yowies I actually like (although I do think the USA line in general is higher quality than the Australia and UK lines).
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Yowies / Attwater's Prairie Chicken (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Takama on June 18, 2018, 08:10:37 PM »
Chicken

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Yowies / Phantasmal Dart Frog (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Takama on June 18, 2018, 08:08:59 PM »
A large Figure for a Yowie





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Yowies / Californian Condor (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Takama on June 18, 2018, 08:07:14 PM »
A Endangered Birdy



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Yowies / Black Footed Ferret (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Takama on June 18, 2018, 08:04:52 PM »
Black Footed Ferret




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Yowies / American Crocodile (Yowies - USA)
« Last post by Takama on June 18, 2018, 08:02:51 PM »
American Crocodile





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Animal groups / Re: Old World Monkeys - superfamily Cercopithecoidea
« Last post by stemturtle on June 18, 2018, 02:09:32 PM »

Rhesus macaque [ID not marked], Macaca mulatta (Nayab), subfamily Cercopithecinae.
This monkey is from a set of 12 assorted wild animals by Nayab, Item No. 199.
The orange color is a bit loud, but the length of the tail looks at least 8 to 9 inches.


Comparision of Rhesus macaque and Japanese macaque [ID not marked], M. fuscata (Nayab).
This Japanese snow monkey has been misidentified as a Rhesus monkey and also as a Barbary ape.
The tail is too short for a Rhesus and too long for a Barbary macaque.
See reply #9 on this thread for a discussion of tail length.

There are at least 21 species of macaques. My IDs are speculative. Your comments are welcome.

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Animal art and photography / Re: Bugsnapz
« Last post by bugsnapz on June 18, 2018, 01:17:56 PM »
Hi Isidro, thanks for the update, greatly appreciated.

Bugsnapz
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