deformed animals

My Favorite VideoGame Moment

The YUME 2KKI realistic beach has to be probably my favorite part of any game ever!   

The area is made up of seemingly real photographs of a beach. In the background of many of these pictures, strange things appear, like a giant monolith structure and huge deformed animals. In the middle of the area, A series of tetrapods form a barrier. You can enter the barrier through a hole in the side, using the Child or Fairy effect. This path leads you to a cave-like area with glowing scenery and a different soundtrack.

it’s probably the most dreamlike part of the game, its so empty and it gives such a lonely vibe. its really relaxing with the sounds of the beach echoing the visuals.

if you want to see what this all looks like here is a link

A tiny baby gecko born with two heads and six legs was considered a lucky find for three men living in Patong, Thailand, since many Thais regard deformed animals as supernatural entities that might provide clues for winning lottery numbers.

Leon was shocked to see a male, unusual embryo with its nine siblings. He noticed right away that the odd looking shark has a single eye at the front of its head. (Enrique Lucero León)

Earlier this year, Enrique Lucero Leon, a fisherman in California, brought home something unexpected after fishing – a 22 inch albino Cyclops shark. It happened in July but photos released on the internet are still catching people’s attention. Leon caught a pregnant dusky shark legally from the Gulf of California. When he cut his catch open, he was shocked to see a male, unusual embryo with its nine siblings. He noticed right away that the odd looking shark has a single eye at the front of its head.  

The pictures of this one-eyed shark are still catching people’s attention and have become viral appearing on different sites like Huffingtonpost, Yahoo, Facebook, and almost anywhere on the web.

When Galvan-Magana and Marcela Bejarano-Alvares found out about the new discovery aired on Facebook, they asked for Leon’s permission to borrow the shark for research. They review previous cyclopia searches, a congenital condition which happens in some species of animals and even humans.

“Cyclops sharks have been documented by scientists a few times before, also as embryos” said shark biologist Jim Gelsleichter.

“The fact that none have been caught outside the womb suggests cyclops sharks don’t survive long in the wild.”

Upon checking the unborn fetus, Galvan-Magana also claimed that the shark is also suffering from other deformities.

“The cyclops shark also has other deformities, including albinism, or a total lack of tissue pigments; no nostrils; a bump on its snout; and a spinal abnormality” he said.

“A mother’s poor diet—especially a lack of vitamin A—can cause cyclopia in mammals, including people, but it’s difficult to determine the cause of the condition in sharks”

But it was clearly stated that the abnormalities and deformities were not caused by pollution because the Gulf of California is free from any types of harmful substances and is definitely a pristine zone. Despite a number of deformities, the rest of the body is normal and has fully formed body parts that would be essential for swimming.

Because of its oddity, Leon is preserving the Cyclops shark fetus but he is open in having it tested.

“León regards the cyclops shark as a prize and has already preserved his oddity in alcohol.” Said Galvan-Magana

“Lots of people want to buy the shark, but the fisherman says no.”

It was clearly stated that the abnormalities and deformities were caused by pollution because the Gulf of California is free from any types of harmful substances and is definitely a pristine zone. (Enrique Lucero León)

“The fact that none have been caught outside the womb suggests cyclops sharks don’t survive long in the wild.” (Marcela Bejarano)

Despite a number of deformities, the rest of the body is normal and has fully formed body parts that would be essential for swimming. (Marcela Bejarano)

*Looks like Mike Wazowski from Monsters, Inc.

-Artisan