Anglerfish are part of the omegaverse, change my mind.
I was tagged by @stefito0o a few days ago- thanks!
Do you have books about your favourite animal? If you do, post a picture of a couple of them. If not, just post a pic of animal. If you don't want to do it, that's fine too!
Everyone who knows me well knows how much I love anglerfish! My friends like to gift things they find (or make) whenever possible! This illustration from Off & Away by Cale Atkinson was as close as I could find in my books.
I know this has been going around for a bit, but I’ll try tagging a few folks: @confused-illiterate @sapphicunicorn @magnetarmaddaboutbooks
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“This egg on my head is like an anglerfish’s bioluminescent fishing rod!!”
Day 4 of Adventure April
A Creature you gotta Battle
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Day 3 of Adventure April
Both Characters Together in the Woods
Look at these super cool plushies I found at a bookstore yesterday!!!! They’re so cool and they glow in the dark!!!! The little fish inside the anglerfish mouth is magnetic!
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A lighthouse and a warning, all at once.
A lighthouse monster, to greet all the ships at sea!
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Thinking about the literary genius of starting the podcast with MAG 01: Anglerfish
because just like Jon it hooked me with a deceptively simple premise and once the plot began to unfold it was too late
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Okay we all know about Joshua Gillespie, king of having the brain cell, but can we also talk about Nathan Watts?
[Image ID: “By this point, I had finished rolling a second cigarette, and gingerly held it out towards them, but I didn’t get any closer. I had decided that if this weirdo wanted a cigarette, they were going to need to come out of the creepy alleyway.” End Image ID]
Legend of common sense
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Romina, Sculpture, shows us a creative ceramic piece made by one of her friends in "Anglerfish"
The anglerfish was discovered in 1833 by Tracey Sutton off the coast of Greenland. The fish has some distinct features such as its stocky body, its large mouth lined with sharp teeth, and it’s signature bioluminescent lure on its forehead. This creature is truly the face of nightmares and, fittingly, lives in the darkest parts of the ocean. Although this fish is scary at first, the anglerfish can…
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Cuatro dias en uno! Jajaja Aqui esta el conjunto de los dias que llevo atraza y espero poder terminar pronto el ultimo dia de este hermoso challenge 🤩.
Prompts: Alpaca, Salamander, Lanternfly, Angler Fish.
Challenge of: @galusaurus
#anglerfish #alpaca #salamamder #lanternfly #monster #MutationMarch #mutation #dreamart #surreal #weirdcore #weird #instachile #instaart #sketchbookdrawing #sketchs #traditionalart #traditionaldrawing #artchallenge2021 #artchallenge
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Second to last day!
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Since the thank you video is up, here’s the piece I did for it! Loved every agonizing minute of being part of this fandom. Such an amazing podcast, though I’d like to crawl under my blanket and weep (not that it ever did anything)
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Anglerfish my beloved <3
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Happy anniversary Magnus Archives! 5 years of definitely being A Podcast!
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Slightly dissapointed TMA 200 is missing the five year anniversary of Anglerfish by literally 2 days
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Listen. There was a lot going on. And I am still drawing quite a bit of it (it’s covering several pages atm). But I wanted to go ahead and finish a sketch of this moment. This was an episode of people talking about, confronting, their ends–and on another level–the end of This Story–is very good. It was also funny, and mildly comforting–in an odd way, for an episode about Endings to have a little call back to the beginning.
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The Wolftrap Angler is slightly different from many other species of anglers. It has its bioluminescent lure located inside of its mouth instead of connected to its body. Even though it is intimidating up close, it is only nine centimeters in size. It is found in the deep ocean at 2432m.
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