Cerro Gordo, California (Strutts News Services)
Long believed to be extinct, a small herd of female Indricotheria was discovered Thursday by two amateur Porphyrophobic scientists at a local watering hole.
Ms. Tooncie Crumbler of the Cerro Gordo Oceanic Institute described the find as “…something so incredibly awesome! We saw them in their natural habitat before we corralled them. They were so docile.”
“They had the distinct odor of unglazed, unfired pottery, and showed pink scars where they had been injured from fighting for dominance,” added Mr. Lannie Foosers, Ms. Crumbler’s assistant and mentor. “We found no males in the herd, but they must be around somewhere.”
The herd, eleven in all including one juvenile, was transported without incident to the Inyo County Fairgrounds, where they will be fed and sheltered until their rightful owners show up to claim them.
[Original photo source lost. Mrs. Strutts says it’s prolly behind the couch, mixed in with the cat stuff.]
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8 thoughts on “Herd of Indricotheria Captured”
Ooooooo, you’re gonna get it! Very funny though.
Get what? I thought the commentary for the post was obvious. Glad you liked it.
I don’t think they fought for dominance. I think 9 year olds threw cheeseburgers into a group of them and watched them fight over it.
I seem to recall something similar on Aerilon.
jordandur- I dunno anything about Aerilion. Someone could have snagged this post as it’s been around for a while.
that hot wish there where more pic like this one!wo
smoking hot cant waut to see more!
scott– It all depends if they keep breeding in the wild.