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Nonbinary Aenocyon dirus icons!

Use with credit and please reblog if you use. :>c

Do not use/reblog if you’re on the banner.

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Aenocyon dirus nonbinary icons!

Use with credit. Could you please reblog this if you do use it? :>c

Please do not use or reblog if you are on my banner. ^^

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Meet the two Dire Wolf species

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Heracles (parrot) & uberspinosaurus

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I saw that the dire wolf got a lot of attention, so here is the pattern that I made for it. This is my first time making a pattern, so I don’t know if I did it correctly, but it worked for my purposes.

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Song Review: Midnight North - “Wild Card”

“Wild Card” is Midnight North’s answer to the Grateful Dead’s “Dire Wolf.”

The acoustic number - banjo, piano, brushed drums, a touch of electric and steel guitar and vocal harmonies feature prominently - repeatedly works in the opening riff of the Dead’s country-and-western classic as lead vocalist Grahame Lesh pays aural tribute to father Phil.

The song follows “Good Days” ahead of Midnight North’s forthcoming LP, There’s Always a Story, which arrives in May.

Lesh sings in harmony with Elliott Peck, who softens his marginal vocals. And while the “Dire Wolf” hook is the undeniable, unsubtle bait, the track reveals its unique charm over subsequent spins.

Grade card: Midnight North - “Wild Card” - B-

2/9/21

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Well, I’ve already posted this on Instagram before I started on the non-mammals, so I guess we’ll start my mammal series with Aenocyon dirus, the Dire Wolf!

In case you haven’t heard yet, some Dire Wolf DNA was able to be examined and it was found that Dire Wolves are actually not just larger, bulkier gray wolves… in fact they’re not even wolves at all! They belong to their own genus, Aenocyon, and would have probably looked like older species of dog and been more suited for temperate climates rather than tundra.

For this one in particular, I combined coloration of bush dogs, jackals, African wild dogs, and maned wolves. Though it sorta ended up looking like a long-legged wolverine. 😅

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Mhairie and Dearlea from Wolves of the Beyond
Mhairie and Dearlea from Wolves of the Beyond
Mhairie and Dearlea from Wolves of the Beyond
Mhairie and Dearlea from Wolves of the Beyond

so apparently dire wolves aren’t actually wolves? i don’t think i’ll ever be able to see the wotb cast as anything other than slightly bigger grey wolves, but for fun i drew them more like irl dire wolves, with pelts based off of south american canids and jackals, which dire wolves may be more closely related to than wolves. also messed around with shading as a way to destress



from top to bottom+what their pelts were based on: mhairie and dearlea(black backed jackal), the whistler(maned wolf), edme(bush dog), faolan(also black backed jackal)

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Dire Wolves in Dire Straits

Dire Wolves in Dire Straits

When Asa was a puppy, he decided that one day he would grow up to be a Dire Wolf. I’m still not sure what inspired this belief, that he was one of the fiercest prehistoric carnivores in North America. However, I was always skeptical because I didn’t see Asa exhibit any true wolflike qualities, especially considering his inability to harm even a stuffed animal. Besides, how could something as…


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