Wednesday, January 7, 2009

OMG!!! It's a.... (Hey, what IS that, anyways?)

Well... I'm back!

And now, by the request of my aunt, I am posting this project.

It was posted before on Craftster. [Link here: this version has more pics AND stories]

These Sock-monster-thingies were made by my mom and me. ^^

This one is mines. And following is some background information about its species.

The Rainbow Sea-Dragon

Despite its name, the rainbow sea-dragon is actually really timid and shy. This particular species can be seen occasionally swimming near the shores of the sunny Rainbow Mystery Island. The diet of rainbow sea-dragons consists mainly of quixote shrimp and lamp squid. sometimes, the rainbow sea-dragon will eat a Polka-Dotted Sea Monkey/Duck Hybrid as a treat. This strange animal has not yet been classified into a specific group, but some scientists believe that this creature is a mammal. This theory is yet to be proven.
The jewel on its forehead is one of the best indications of the rainbow sea-dragon's age. This shown jewel indicates age equal to a human child around the age of 6. The oldest known rainbow sea-dragon is approximately 450 years old, and counting. Scientists have estimated that 1 sea-dragon year = 25 human years.
The ribbon indicates gender: pink is male, and blue is female. So this here reainbow sea-dragon is a male.
These tentecles coming from the back of its head it how this species of sea-dragon moves around. The side two have all the movement, and the middle tentacle is the steering. The only other way to explain this phenomenon: to see a rainbow sea-dragon in motion for yourself.
Next up is the....[drumroll, please!]
The Polka-Dotted Sea Monkey/Duck Hybrid

And for easier typing for me, the polka-dotted sea monkey/duck hybrid will be referred to as the sea monkey or the monkey/duck. Or something else like that.

The sea monkey is often depicted running away from its only, but feared, predator, the rainbow sea-dragon. In the above picture,as well as many others, you can see the predator lurking in the background. This rare sea creature spends most of its life underwater. It tries its best to spread happiness all sround the world, but then again, it is very hard to when you are constantly stalked by predators worldwide. Another disadvantage that the sea monkey/duck has is that it can only stay out of water for a limited amount of time. Some of the older sea monkeys have gone away, deep into the sea, to sulk on the fact that it can't make others happy.

Its belly button is a reminder of its duty to bring joy and happiness everywhere. The sea monkey has these happiness-transmitter antennas that have a 2-mile radius.

These hyper little guys work hard to keep the world happy. Those who spend their lives sulking almost never get a mate. They feed on the residue of tears, called teardew. It is collected on a weekly basis.

Sea monkey/duck hybrids are extremely trusting and are easily tricked into getting eaten. Even so, there are still many more sea monkeys out there, bringing happiness to the world.

The End of Story Time

I have another little guy waiting to be posted, but my camera is currently in the "Missing item" state... so... yeah...

Anyways, See you later! ^^


  1. I will look out for them when I go swimming next time!

  2. what do they taste like with chips?

  3. Very informative. I think I have an accumulation of teardew in my drawer. Better check to see if there's a sea monkey hiding.