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Discussion in 'What Breed Or Gender is This?' started by pipermark, Mar 20, 2007.
I don't know about the first picture, but the second appears to be some sort of Buttercup/Dragon mix.
first one a two headed chicken hanging out in the spooky woods ??? yeah and what Carri said on the second one
Perhaps the first one is the rare Gallus Zaphodius, var. Beeblebroxitania?
(For you Douglass Adams fans...)
ok more response on this board, so either a better sense of humor or people are migrating over from EZboard. The test is a success!
Well, the first one is that giagantis-rex breed they call a "two headed-which way did he go boys"? And the second one is a dragon buttercup!!! Pre-ancester to the naked necks of today!!!
Naturally, as everyone knows, the first is a rare photo of a seldom seen young two-headed gryphon-pince-nez in its natural environment. It easily distinguished from the more common three-headed gryphon-pince-nez by the lack of a third head.
Soonerdog is correct, the second picture is absolutely a dragon buttercup, also known by its latin name, dracogallusranunculus
The first one is definitly a Whodat. All you need to do is look at those four bright eyes to recognize the Whodat...as for the other...could be me on a bad hair day before my coffee.