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Aug 24 '12
exquisitebeast:

The Sixtieth Beast.
The beast has become more beetle-like.  The superficial-most layers of the its shell has separated from its body and can flare up in display.  They vibrate together to make a variety of resounding noises.  The beast’s “eye” has slowly grown smaller and more complex, now covered in light-sensitive eye-spots.

Whoops, completely forgot to post this last night!  I’m really excited about beetle-beast.

exquisitebeast:

The Sixtieth Beast.

The beast has become more beetle-like.  The superficial-most layers of the its shell has separated from its body and can flare up in display.  They vibrate together to make a variety of resounding noises.  The beast’s “eye” has slowly grown smaller and more complex, now covered in light-sensitive eye-spots.

Whoops, completely forgot to post this last night!  I’m really excited about beetle-beast.

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