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Leopard-skin printed animals

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Well, predators don't tend to attack bigger predators, so I was thinking by applying a spray-on durable leopard skin print to all animals in Africa the non-predators have one less thing to worry about.

Possibly work with elephants and poachers, for a couple of days.

Going to include actual leopards, as don't want them to feel left out.

not_morrison_rm, Jul 15 2014

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       The leopard cannot change it's shorts.   

       Actually, not quite sure how leopard skin pattern on a leopard would look, do you end up original spots + n new spots, or try and print the new spots over the old spots?   

       Extending the scheme to smaller animals, but can only fit one leopard skin spot on each dung beetle, so training them to move as a flock.
not_morrison_rm, Jul 16 2014

       // dung beetle //   

       We prophecy that'll just turn out a load of balls ...
8th of 7, Jul 16 2014

       Isn't this an animal Let's All? Meow...Is there such a thing? One wonders...sometimes.
blissmiss, Jul 16 2014

       Trees too? Keep elephants from destroying them?
popbottle, Jul 17 2014

       Elephants only do that because they are envious of the fact that trees have bigger trunks.
8th of 7, Jul 17 2014

       Having trouble coordinating the dungbeetles...."those flocking dungbeetles etc".   

       Anyway, it's a little known fact that elephants have quite a varied vocal range, some calls come more from the chest area, some from the larynx and then of course the more nasal ones, the trunk calls.   

       <hides behind plexiglass riot shield>
not_morrison_rm, Jul 17 2014

       Hmmm...looks like leopard, smells like bunny. Eat or no eat?   

       I'm thinking eat.   

       Once you get some eating done, the bunny will be truncated.
normzone, Jul 17 2014


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