#20 – The Antlered Macaw

| November 24, 2011 | 0 Comments

Ah, the extremely rare antlered macaw…
First described by Sir Archibalderdash Higgs in 1836.
Often frequents Japanese bath-houses, which are hard to find in the Amazon. Its cry sounds like a microwave’s buzz, and it smells vaguely of sweat and figs. It lays two eggs per clutch, one of which is always blue. The blue one is inevitably devoured by predators, owing to its conspicuous color, so no one knows if the blue egg is fertile. No antlered macaws have ever been successfully raised in captivity.

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Born at an early age, Rachel soon discovered pencils and began doodling fantastical things in her spare time. And sometimes her non-spare time.

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