Halitosis

Halitosis, everybody has a friend with precisely that kind of problem. I say friend, but that’s only in the case he or she doesn’t come nearer to you. In the peruvian rainforests lives the champion of bad breath. It’s a small bird called by the locals the Red Danger. The breath expelled by its mouth is so concentrated and dense it provokes static electricity. The air ionizes spontaneously creating sparks around its beak. Flies and small insects instantly burn and crackle and fall in its mouth thus contributing to feed this revolting creature. The fact that strangely enough, it is a good looking creature, doesn’t mean that you cannot die of suffocation and electric burns by being close to him.

Halitosis, todo el mundo tiene un amigo con esa clase de problema precisamente. Digo amigo, pero eso es sólamente en el caso de que no se te acerque mucho. En las selvas lluviosas de Perú vive el campeón del mal aliento. Es un pequeño pajaro que los nativos llaman el peligro rojo. El aliento que sale de su boca es tan concentrado y denso que causa electricidad estática. El aire se ioniza espontáneamente creando chispas alrededor de su pico. Pequeños insectos y moscas arden instantáneamente y chiporrotean cayendo en el interior de su gaznate contribuyendo de esta manera a alimentar a esta asquerosa criatura. El hecho de que extrañamente no sea un animal feo no significa que no puedas morir de axfisia o quemaduras electricas cuando lo tienes al lado.

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Freelance illustrator, 3d artist and hired pencil.
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