June 14, 2007

Oogliatus timidemus


Oogliatus timidemus-sometimes known as Sushiagus Poisani. An ugly fish-like creature, it is constantly on the look out for predators, including fisherman who love the taste of this fish but is extremely fatal if prepared with salt, but if not, then can be enjoyed at fine gatherings. It keeps its legs throughout its life, and has option of crawling on the bottom of the sea or hover with its airplane like fins.

5 comments:

Nelson Hernandez said...

love it. its so cute & ugly. nice legs too... glad you posted!

nelly

Sophorn said...

Mon Amie, ha ha... you are too funny. This is and the above post is funny and entertaining. You explanations and cartoons remind of the animated travel logs from the Forties. Awsome!, Amie.
See ya,
Sin

Andrew Harkins said...

I love the legs! I imagined they were vestigial, but it's even sadder that they can still use them to mope around the bottom of the sea.

Jaime Ramirez said...

I love this little guy. I also agree with the legs they are adorable. The names you come up with your fish also sound like they are real.

Sarita Kolhatkar said...

Nice work Amie! We should kick it this summer.