Monthly Archives: December 2012

Earliest Life

As it has been well theorized over the year, Life on this planet began as a single celled organism. Through machinations and reasons ¬†we may never know, that single cell separated and each half went in their own Direction. After … Continue reading

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Earnest Marbles

Earnest Marbles, notorious cartographer who once had an ocean named after him …by him.

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Kneefishilicious

Voracious as he was ill tempered, this large predator was an ignorant bully to both it own kind and all the rest of fish kind. So much so, this ambush predator from the Late Notasoldazoic is referred to by some … Continue reading

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The Two-Headed Kneefish

Behold, an artist’s conception of the two-headed Kneefish , a variety of Kneefish that did not fare well in the grand scheme of things.

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The Kneejellyfish

Nobody wants to go ahead and confirm anything, but there is a good possibility that the Kneejellyfish shares it’s DNA with the modern day Kneemonster. However there is a group of scientists who argue that it is nothing more than … Continue reading

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The Kneesnail

As dumb as a post without all the charm, the kneesnail crawled around the Reallyoldazoic period going about its business as Kneesnail’s tend to do (slowy and without a lot of focus)

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The Akneeba

Some point to it as proof that God has a sense of humour. The Akneeba is a creature that later evolved in to a line of animals that were wildly successful on this earth despite a concerted effort on their … Continue reading

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