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Heraldic Crocodonk   (+1)  [vote for, against]
a new heraldic beast

This unexpectedly scaley and toothey eeyore represents the virtues of reptilian patience and asinine perseverance.

In no way attractive, it is yet somehow compelling. Usually shown couchant and regardant, sardonically.
-- pertinax, Mar 04 2018

Closest I could find. https://www.terrath...-found-in-thailand/
[doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018]

Perth half-con It_20might_20concei...y_20happen_2e_2e_2e
[pertinax, Mar 05 2018, last modified Mar 14 2018]

Drawing or it doesn't exist.
-- doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018


// toothey //

"toothy", shirley ?
-- 8th of 7, Mar 04 2018


Would it not be better shown passant guardant or salient to show off its teeth?
-- MaxwellBuchanan, Mar 04 2018


Re link: I think the only thing "mysterious" is how these people figured out how to use a camera.
-- doctorremulac3, Mar 04 2018


// And yet we see faces all the time, every day. //

Sp. "faeces".

// I’m puzzled at this. //

You shouldn't be. Politicians love publicity.
-- 8th of 7, Mar 05 2018


Re ‘toothey’ or ‘toothy’. Perhaps [pertinax] and I should arrange a West Australian Half-Con where we can drink Toohey’s and discuss this important matter.
-- AusCan531, Mar 05 2018


Fine, but just keep a wary eye out for Drop Bears ...
-- 8th of 7, Mar 05 2018


I shall pretend that the 'e' of toothey was put there on purpose, to make the word more sympathetic with its neighbours.
-- pertinax, Mar 05 2018


Re. West Australian half-con, let's carry on that conversation at {link}.
-- pertinax, Mar 05 2018


Replaced that link with one that isn't broken yet ...
-- pertinax, Mar 14 2018



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