Prets’ul Bah

El prets’ul bah, o como comúnmente se le conoce en los manglares indonesios, el pollo calamar, es un extraño ser carente de patas delanteras. Los tentáculos de su rostro compensan esa deficiencia, lo que no pueden compensar es su camufaje extrañamente fallido, puesto que sus rayas de color naranja hacen que sea muy fácil de localizar en la selva donde vive. Paradojas de la naturaleza.

The prets’ul bah or as it is widely known in its indonesian habitat, the chicken squid, is a strange being lacking forepaws. The facial tentacles make for that absence. They cannot compensate  its strange camouflage, though, for its strange orange stripes make it vey visible in the thick forests where it lives. That’s nature for you.

About ramitxon

Freelance illustrator, 3d artist and hired pencil.
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2 Responses to Prets’ul Bah

  1. tentacleman says:

    I just featured your image in my blog Tentaclesdaily.blogspot.com (no link) hope this is okay

  2. Pingback: Prets’ul Bah by Ramon Acedo « TENTACLES DAILY

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