A sticky egg; the Cornu arbusthuevo

 In its fetal stage, this little creature of the reptile type is fed by the juices of the tree. The thread of slime that attaches the egg to the tree acts as an umbilical cord. Glucose and water are transported to the baby Cornu abrbusthuevo (the horned bush-egg).  It is only after the birth of the creature when it develops digestive organs.  Used to digest leaves and small insects. Fully grown the arbusthuevo is comparable in size with a large frog.

An Estridago is born

This creature is a runner. In it’s adult state, it is no bigger then a Jack Russel terrier standing on his hind legs. While running it reminds me of a Tyrannosaurus with far shorter arms than legs.

A new way of viewing

I embedded my work sorted on category on my latest page: www.laurensdeblocq.com/my-work

Here you can see all my work, zoom in, and scroll to the next image.  I hope you like it!