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Anatomically correct Bunyip

It's a Monotreme This is a mammalian creature, with a few avian traits including a bill and egg-laying: Sounds a lot like a monotreme to me But how did it evolve? Let's start with something like a ...
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Evolutionary pressures for carnivorous elves

Your elf-like hominids sound very feline: pointy ears, less robust (more prone to injury, slighter build), sharp eyesight and sense of smell, faster and more agile with less endurance, digitigrade ...
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Anatomically-correct Kim Quy (Golden Turtle)

Borrow from the jewel beetle. To make it appear golden, I would take jewel beetles as example. Their coloration depends on structural coloration. Some look more metallic then others, some of them are ...
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