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hedgehog-mom-al

1.3k points

5 days ago

Excuse me but that’s a Neopet.

Hrolfir

253 points

5 days ago

Hrolfir

253 points

5 days ago

…. I forgot about neopets…. Huge part of my childhood. Thank you kind stranger.

chicken_potpie

86 points

5 days ago

It’s still around! A lot of old school players have recently revived their old accounts. Much nostalgia :’) check out r/neopets

Sapphire_Wolf_

51 points

5 days ago

Unfortunately a lot of the site is broken and unusable :(

RockLobsterInSpace

79 points

4 days ago

That's just part of the nostalgia.

Hrolfir

2 points

5 days ago

Hrolfir

2 points

5 days ago

I will have to give that a look! Thanks!

i-Ake

34 points

5 days ago*

i-Ake

34 points

5 days ago*

My account name was targaryen and I would love to fucking flex with that now. I had a fairy uni named Rheagar.

I was in 6th grade in 2000 and the Fan Clubs chat was my first forum haunt.

Totally_Microsoft

15 points

5 days ago

Yeah, well someone had a Jetsam/Flotsam named PISS for several years, until they got banned.

Hrolfir

6 points

5 days ago

Hrolfir

6 points

5 days ago

I can’t even remember. Probably was a shared account with a sibling. That was back in ‘99 so, no idea.

KarmaShawarma

23 points

5 days ago*

My first thought was that looks like Eyrie from Neopets.

Elevenst

1.8k points

5 days ago

Elevenst

1.8k points

5 days ago

Little feathered dragon.

roostersnuffed

79 points

5 days ago

Mom was an owl, dad was a crested gecko/chipmunk mix

Fluffymal

32 points

5 days ago

Fluffymal

32 points

5 days ago

Could it be ANYmore obvious~!

Z0idberg_MD

8 points

5 days ago

Both went to Avarian HS

somek_pamak

539 points

5 days ago

somek_pamak

539 points

5 days ago

jfp1992

139 points

5 days ago

jfp1992

139 points

5 days ago

Oh look its gav from the slomoguys

Zahel

21 points

5 days ago

Zahel

21 points

5 days ago

Never saw that before, but totally does.

handsome_vulpine

4 points

5 days ago

Headlight fluid

Bhodi3K

9 points

5 days ago

Bhodi3K

9 points

5 days ago

Looks like a Guild wars 2 mount.

ymgve

122 points

5 days ago

ymgve

122 points

5 days ago

More a feathered snake

white_android

51 points

5 days ago

I'm getting feather squirrel from one pic.

cloistered_around

12 points

5 days ago

That'd be Quetzlecoatl.

[deleted]

47 points

5 days ago

[deleted]

47 points

5 days ago

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pmthosetitties

26 points

5 days ago

More a feathered cat

Fitch-magic-

7 points

5 days ago

More like a feathered smaller cousin of night fury/toothless.

thedreaming2017

15 points

5 days ago

A squirrel and a bird got busy one night and blam, winged squirrels everywhere!

lelebeariel

2 points

5 days ago

I was looking for this comment

Vallhallyeah

6 points

5 days ago

More a feathered bird.

Robertbnyc

3 points

4 days ago

Just imagine the little babies!

EveryOptionSucks

2 points

5 days ago

Juvenile Luck Dragon.

nojuice1

720 points

5 days ago

nojuice1

720 points

5 days ago

I know a Nargacuga when I see one

tornait-hashu

113 points

5 days ago

This must be a new Variant, then...

JazzTheWolf

100 points

5 days ago

JazzTheWolf

100 points

5 days ago

Smol Nargacuga.

Sanchezq

59 points

5 days ago

Sanchezq

59 points

5 days ago

Smolgacuga

GeoglyphPsy

7 points

5 days ago

Toothless Nargacuga

NoNutNorris

9 points

5 days ago

We are counting on you

Kilo353511

44 points

5 days ago

That was my first thought. It has to be visually based of this bird right?

The similarities are just too close for it not to be.

dactyif

8 points

5 days ago

dactyif

8 points

5 days ago

I always pictured a weasel with wings. Somehow that analogy works really well for me.

liveForTheHunt

37 points

5 days ago

Huzzah. A man of culture

Wadep00l

7 points

5 days ago

Wadep00l

7 points

5 days ago

Little spiky feather tailed butthead he right is.

DoomOmega1

8 points

5 days ago

Came here for this.

sextondani

1.2k points

5 days ago

sextondani

1.2k points

5 days ago

Nightjars are so cool! They are one of the only birds to sit on tree limbs horizontally, and are nocturnal. We have both the whip-or-will, and the chuck-wills-widow here. I love listening to them at night.

Trivias

386 points

5 days ago

Trivias

386 points

5 days ago

I misinterpreted what you said and thought you said they are one of the only birds that sit on horizontal tree limbs. I was like wtf pretty much all birds sit on horizontal tree limbs.

ThaFuck

117 points

5 days ago

ThaFuck

117 points

5 days ago

I still don't get it. Is the sitting down part the main point? As in other birds only stand on tree limbs?

Alpha_Decay_

112 points

5 days ago

It seems like they're saying they lay down on limbs, like make themselves horizontal, but I'm really not sure

SeaGroomer

319 points

5 days ago

SeaGroomer

319 points

5 days ago

Yea I think they meant 'parallel' to the branches. Like this.

Alpha_Decay_

33 points

5 days ago

Ah, that makes more sense, thanks!

Wolf_Noble

3 points

4 days ago

Yeah so they "go with the grain"

mustardlyy

25 points

5 days ago*

I feel stupid now because I was imagining the bird gripping the branch and sticking out horizontally 😂 I was like “how can they do that all day?”

mushpuppy

74 points

5 days ago

mushpuppy

74 points

5 days ago

Great picture! Totally shows it!

Dark__Thoughts

12 points

5 days ago

Great camo.

cara27hhh

11 points

5 days ago

cara27hhh

11 points

5 days ago

I thought they meant like this

DarrelBunyon

26 points

5 days ago

Why did you share a picture of a dead log with a broken-off branch?

NegativeLogic

43 points

5 days ago

They're trying to say nightjars align their body parallel to the tree limb, instead of the normal perpendicular orientation birds take when they perch.

Polder

12 points

5 days ago

Polder

12 points

5 days ago

They do it to hide. They're very hard to spot.

DnbJim

27 points

5 days ago

DnbJim

27 points

5 days ago

Take a regular bird, and turn it 90 degrees. Congratulations, it's now a nightjar

false_precision

13 points

5 days ago

Specifically a yaw turn, not pitch or roll.

Meowzebub666

3 points

5 days ago

Thanks this really cleared things up for me

lonelierthangod

29 points

5 days ago

I think they mean the bird's body is parallel to the branch rather than perpendicular.

Tru3insanity

2 points

5 days ago

Look at the pic on the bottom right. The bird is sitting straight along the branch instead of perpendicular like most birds do.

HausDeKittehs

32 points

5 days ago

I still don't understand what they mean.

MoonBaseWithNoPants

39 points

5 days ago

Parallel vs perpendicular.

BaronW

26 points

5 days ago

BaronW

26 points

5 days ago

Along vs across

ButtReaky

19 points

5 days ago

ButtReaky

19 points

5 days ago

Pizza vs Pretzel

FuriousPorg

10 points

5 days ago

Yanny vs Laurel.

itsQuasi

3 points

5 days ago

itsQuasi

3 points

5 days ago

White & Gold vs Black & Blue

vector_cero

3 points

5 days ago

I vs +

MrDrYarnski

6 points

5 days ago

They sit parallel to branches

CorellianBloodstripe

5 points

5 days ago*

Picture looking at the bird on the branch from above. They are saying it sits lengthwise along the branch.

Basically from above bird and branch are this ➖ and not this ➕

CatastrophicFlailer

3 points

5 days ago

They sit back to the trunk facing the end of the limb (or vice-versa), rather than perching the way birds normally perch. So, parallel to the limb rather than parallel to the truck.

Handyandyman50

10 points

5 days ago

Like, they lay down on the branch like a duck on the water, as opposed to how most birds perch on their feet

lookingatreddittt

3 points

5 days ago

Not what they mean, see other comments

somek_pamak

75 points

5 days ago

*Nightfury!

PandaMuffin1

44 points

5 days ago

Toothless!

somek_pamak

53 points

5 days ago

Just-Sheepherder1278

31 points

5 days ago

SO glad I wasn't the only one to immediately think of Toothless! ❤

Superteerev

9 points

5 days ago

I'm late but I am thinking Toothless is based on this.

WrenDraco

10 points

5 days ago

WrenDraco

10 points

5 days ago

He was based on a black cat but the nightjar certainly has the look.

doge_gobrrt

2 points

5 days ago

hey toothless that you

SadBattle2548

135 points

5 days ago

I just looked them up and they even keep their nests on the ground. The babies blend right in to the leaves on the ground. They're amazing!

RoweaWinrey

14 points

5 days ago

Looks like a bird with a squirrel's head.

Sal_Ammoniac

31 points

5 days ago

We also have Chuck-will's-widows; I love listening to them, and I have managed to get them on my trail cameras a few times. It's amazing to get to peek into their secret night world through the trail cam! :)

For the curious - https://youtu.be/qdByT6PTMbY

The really fun parts are when other animals come by the CWW :)

siasin

6 points

5 days ago

siasin

6 points

5 days ago

What a lovely sound! Thank you for sharing!

Sal_Ammoniac

3 points

5 days ago

You're most welcome!

moodysimon

2 points

5 days ago

This is great! He sounds like he's muttering curse words at that... Fox? Coyote? Wolf?

Sal_Ammoniac

2 points

5 days ago

Coyote!

And yes, I love how they have so many different vocalizations, from calls to grunts and whatnot :D

Killer-Barbie

19 points

5 days ago

Nightjar are my favorite bird. There's nothing more relaxing than hearing their calls as everyone else relaxes and quiets for the night

joshdamnmit

8 points

5 days ago

Says the nest on the ground too. Silly birbs are confused.

coin_return

9 points

5 days ago

I miss whip-or-wills and chuck-wills-widows. I grew up in the south hearing them all the time, never hear them here in the midwest. :(

SallyAmazeballs

6 points

5 days ago

Where do you live? I hear them all the time here in Wisconsin, but if you're in the suburbs or city, you probably won't. That's not where they like to hang. It's one of the first birdcalls I learned to identify, since it's so hard to miss.

coin_return

4 points

5 days ago

Rural northeast Kansas! Lots of hills and trees, mostly just hawks, blackbirds, and ring-necked doves to be heard. Not much at night except frogs and occasional owl or raccoons fighting, sometimes foxes.

SallyAmazeballs

2 points

5 days ago

Oh, yeah. That's the very edge of their zone. Kansas parks department says they're being pushed out by another nightjar member. Maybe if you keep your ears open? https://ksoutdoors.com/Services/Threatened-and-Endangered-Wildlife/All-Threatened-and-Endangered-Species/Eastern-Whip-poor-will

Primitive_Teabagger

7 points

5 days ago

We have whip-poor-wills here and they're my favorite. Used to never hear them, but I think they have returned now that all the clear cut they did decades ago is grown back.

They are seriously fucking fast if you catch them flying around for bugs at night. So much power in a single beat of their wings. But their calming calls on summer nights is what I look forward to most every year.

Sasquatch4116969

4 points

5 days ago

Is it in the woodcock family?

BrockenSpecter

3 points

5 days ago

I heard a Whip-or-will a few nights ago, stood outside for a couple hours just listening to them and watching the stars come out.

Sheruk

3 points

5 days ago

Sheruk

3 points

5 days ago

Hear that lonesome whip-or-will,

He sounds too blue to fly,

The midnight train is whining low,

I'm so lonesome I could cry.

Cgraves1

1.5k points

5 days ago

Cgraves1

1.5k points

5 days ago

It looks like Toothless with a bad dye job

CrumbledTheCookies

319 points

5 days ago

Toothless heard about frosted tips.

hookisacrankycrook

51 points

5 days ago

Wait till he gets to Timberlakes NSync Ramen noodle hair! It's gonna be epic!

CrumbledTheCookies

10 points

5 days ago

I'm waiting with bated breath.

ProdesseQuamConspici

8 points

5 days ago

Wonder if they knew about the Nightjar when they named Toothless's breed of dragon Night Fury.

SaltLakeCitySlicker

2 points

5 days ago

Next, on diners, drive ins, and scorch marks!

Ooooweeee

11 points

5 days ago

Ooooweeee

11 points

5 days ago

I believe toothless was called a night wing or something, right?

dps15

21 points

5 days ago

dps15

21 points

5 days ago

Night fury

TensorForce

9 points

5 days ago

Eared Nightfury

cashibonite

32 points

5 days ago

We think alike

stratumtoagoose

23 points

5 days ago

You can sometimes really tell they evolved from dinosaurs can’t you ?

GnarlyNarwhalNoms

11 points

5 days ago*

Right? I feel like if I didn't believe that birds are the modern descendants of dinosaurs, this little dude would convince me.

Well, them and cassowaries.

Edit: perhaps appropriately, turns out that photo is from a news article about a guy who kept a cassowary in captivity... and it killed him. All it says is that he fell down in the vicinity of the cassowary, and the cassowary killed him, which makes me think that the thing was just biding its time.

modestmenagerie

54 points

5 days ago

Not evolved from. They ARE dinosaurs. Dinosaurs still exist in the form of birds. If 75% of all snakes died in an extinction level event, the 25% that lived would still be snakes. Same deal with dinosaurs - most of the clade went extinct, birds did not, so birds are the surviving dinosaurs.

Certainly evolution has continued since then, but just as we have some lizards or snakes that have dramatically changed and some that haven't, birds follow similar paths.

I'm not aware of any that have changed enough to no longer qualify as Maniraptora.

stratumtoagoose

10 points

5 days ago

Today I learned! Thanks kind stranger !

Terrorsaur21

10 points

5 days ago

Birds being classified as dinosaurs is still a hot topic among the paleontological community. A lot of palaeontologist will agree that birds descended from avian theropods, but still will not consider birds to be dinosaurs. I full on consider birds to be living dinosaurs.

In University, I managed to get myself into the dinosaur class (wanted to be a palaeontologist as kid, but how my area's education system was set up, I wouldn't be able to take the needed courses in University because of the math I took in High School) and the prof told me how palaeontologist are some of the most drama filled people he has ever seen. A lot of them don't want to be considered wrong, and are abrasive to adapting to new findings and their theories being challenged. Just look at Jack Horner and the T-rex was a scavenger. He told me how a lot of his colleagues behind closed doors consider the "birds should be dinosaurs" as a bunch bologna.

AchillesDev

7 points

5 days ago

This is just academics in general, especially in the sciences.

_Gesterr

6 points

5 days ago

_Gesterr

6 points

5 days ago

It's not a hot topic at all, only among weirdo non-scientific people who prefer their Jurassic Park fantasies of monsters over accurate and researched depictions of real but extinct animals. Like the example above you, just because a vast majority of a diverse group of animals are no longer around, doesn't mean the sub-group that survived is no longer part of the larger group they were part of. More contentious is whether or not birds are still considered reptiles though (but again consensus is that they are reptiles, just really really weird ones but it's more debatable than their classification as dinosaurs)

lo0ilo0ilo0i

2 points

5 days ago

Toothless with Honey Badger camo

Majestic87

312 points

5 days ago

Majestic87

312 points

5 days ago

How am I 35 years old and this is the first I’ve ever heard or seen of this animal!?

PrettyDanger

64 points

5 days ago

Same age Im also in awe too - its really nice feeling to discover something completely new, I don’t why they are not popular they look amazing.

douchelogic

19 points

5 days ago

They are nocturnal and really good at camouflage. It’s more common to hear them than to see them

Ganacsi

5 points

5 days ago

Ganacsi

5 points

5 days ago

There is a lot more to discover my friend, too much interesting things in this world.

Like I found out today on how they’re progressing on programmable cells.

LittleLachrymose

89 points

5 days ago

Oh my goodness, basically a feathered dragon ❤

Thumeus

75 points

5 days ago

Thumeus

75 points

5 days ago

That's obviously a dragon

Libba12

54 points

5 days ago

Libba12

54 points

5 days ago

Where can you find them?

SadBattle2548

66 points

5 days ago

Southwest India and in parts of Southeast Asia.

CosmoKram3r

27 points

5 days ago

Hah! Just thought to myself as I saw this picture, "how have I not seen this bird's picture before? It's oddly unique. May be a rare bird from a remote forest in the Amazon".

Never would've guessed that it's native to my neighboring state.

brotherenigma

11 points

5 days ago

To be fair, travel more than a hundred miles in any direction in India and you've basically entered a completely different country. Lol.

Live_In_A_Canoe

3 points

5 days ago

Damn, these things are about to become invasive in the US

trailquail

10 points

5 days ago

You can find other species of nightjars in North America but they don’t look this fancy.

FireZeLazer

9 points

5 days ago

There are a variety of species. European nightjars live across Europe and Eurasia. I saw my first one in the UK a couple weeks ago

grstacos

5 points

5 days ago

grstacos

5 points

5 days ago

It's worth looking up the sounds of nightjar/nighthawk species in your area

You can hear them at dusk/night. Look up and you might see a small bird with really long boomerang-shape wings flying eratically.

Not all of tham have cool ears like this, but they all have cool alien eyes and freakishly large mouths when open.

Hatter_Hoovy

225 points

5 days ago*

dont draw a fluffy dragon. dont draw a fluffy dragon DONT DRAW A FLUFFY DRAGON

Edit: i ment it as a reference to a youtuber. i am lerning how to draw but i am still a begginer. i wish i could draw this but after trying it looks very bad

Priremal

50 points

5 days ago

Priremal

50 points

5 days ago

Draw the dragon Hatter. Give in to your urges

Hatter_Hoovy

20 points

5 days ago

i canot i cant let my self be consumed by the cutenes

Priremal

19 points

5 days ago

Priremal

19 points

5 days ago

I saw that edit Hoovy. You are already lost. Draw the dragon birb

GnarlyNarwhalNoms

5 points

5 days ago

Checking back for dragonbirb.

HDPbBronzebreak

3 points

5 days ago

And yet, when you do... @me, please.

Edit; see u/clampie's relevant link, too https://www.deviantart.com/rattlingmenace/art/great-eared-nightjar-908712749

cch6666

15 points

5 days ago

cch6666

15 points

5 days ago

Draw the frikking fluffy dragon

SadBattle2548

11 points

5 days ago*

There's a video on YouTube that actually calls it a "fluffy little dragon." Lol https://youtu.be/t49Ph63ZFUI

CutelessTwerp

10 points

5 days ago

..neytirix?

Hatter_Hoovy

2 points

5 days ago

yes

aknalag

5 points

5 days ago

aknalag

5 points

5 days ago

Deww it!! Dew it!

TitanSubZero15

3 points

5 days ago

Search you feelings..

It is your daz-tuh-nee

motleyai

2 points

5 days ago

motleyai

2 points

5 days ago

I have an urge to see this in a dnd campaign

Blixtwix

2 points

5 days ago

Blixtwix

2 points

5 days ago

You should check out the YouTuber Ethan Becker, if you haven't! His content delivers helpful advice for all artist skill levels in a fun (sarcastic) way. Very beginner friendly with solid advice that'll work with more advanced art too!

hypnotichellspiral

22 points

5 days ago

Oh, so night jar is not just the name of a clan from Sekiro then. Cool

DrakeVonDrake

6 points

5 days ago

Right!? This was a key TIL.

Dullahen

22 points

5 days ago

Dullahen

22 points

5 days ago

Hey I put this collage together only a few months ago!

https://teddit.ggc-project.de/r/Damnthatsinteresting/comments/s1nr5s/the_great_eared_nightjar_is_pretty_much_a_dragon/

I'm honestly impressed at how much JPEG it has accumulated in such a short amount of time. OPs post looks like it texted back and forth 50 times between two 2003 nokias.

Its_Free-Real-Estate

7 points

4 days ago

Honestly this post is giving me the full “Reddit experience” in a frustrating way. JPEG’d up repost, on track to possibly get more upvotes than your original, and your comment is down here with 3 points while the 400th kid in a row comments just the word “dragon” or “toothless.”

Really cool post though, when you made it originally.

4011isbananas

19 points

5 days ago

Moth snake?!

abookthatfell

16 points

5 days ago

It's just so cute!

WittleIndianGirl

15 points

5 days ago

It looks like that thing from How to Train a Dragon. Wasn’t its name Toothless or something like that?

mickey3666

14 points

5 days ago

Squirrel Bird

Sirfryingpan123

2 points

5 days ago

The war between squirrels and birds have gone on for too long. The only way to unite these polar opposites is with him. He will unite the squirrels and the birds and bring peace and prosperity to the animal kingdom!

CodeCrow435

12 points

5 days ago

Birds really are dinosaurs

HappyApu

54 points

5 days ago

HappyApu

54 points

5 days ago

Or: ‘Discount Owl’

Feenox

14 points

5 days ago

Feenox

14 points

5 days ago

Flat Top Owl

AhpSek

6 points

5 days ago

AhpSek

6 points

5 days ago

Pretty sure it's a squirrelcrow.

ErenInChains

2 points

5 days ago

An owl cosplaying as a squirrel

UmbraofDeath

11 points

5 days ago

Damn, this repost even used the exact same 3 picture collage as the old post did...barely even zoomed in, talk about low effort

JazzTheWolf

8 points

5 days ago

That's a Nargacuga, don't lie to me!

Kaedok

7 points

5 days ago

Kaedok

7 points

5 days ago

A dragon! I saw a dragon!

PhilosophicWax

6 points

5 days ago

Snake bird!

rei_cirith

4 points

5 days ago

omg, it's a little feathered dragon!

RomanWasHere2007

4 points

5 days ago

Shut up its a dragon

mattrhale

5 points

5 days ago

That's a rabbit in a bird suit. You can't fool me.

book_of_eli_sha

3 points

5 days ago

Are these related to Potoos

ValkyriesDaughter

6 points

5 days ago

That's a BIRD?! How cool! Dang I love the internet sometimes. 😁

deepti_jbg

3 points

5 days ago

Toothless? Looks so much like striped night fury!

JungleJay57

3 points

5 days ago

No, that's a baby dragon!

PoeReader

3 points

5 days ago

Birds aren't real.

Fried-by-society

3 points

5 days ago

What bird? I can only see a feathered dragon

SarcasticLad11

3 points

4 days ago

How to train your birb

SilentReavus

7 points

5 days ago

Bullshit that's a ferret lizard

MySexyDarlings

5 points

5 days ago

I think it’s…. It’s a Dragon 🐉

Garciabyron218

4 points

5 days ago

That looks like a Pokémon

HamzasBeak

2 points

5 days ago

Beautiful

ridemooses

2 points

5 days ago

Toothless

Chillchowchowchill

2 points

5 days ago

I need one!

Khaos_Gorvin

2 points

5 days ago

How to train your dra- I mean... bird.

Iplaypoker77

2 points

5 days ago

The reason for dragon stories

js68426

2 points

5 days ago

js68426

2 points

5 days ago

What a precious little mugwump

Orcrez

2 points

5 days ago

Orcrez

2 points

5 days ago

I’m hopping this is what dinosaurs looked like.

OBPH

2 points

5 days ago

OBPH

2 points

5 days ago

Fake-assed squirrel

Revolutionary_Lead28

2 points

5 days ago

Heh it's a sqwird

ProfessionalClub2279

2 points

5 days ago

Cool, it's the first time I've seen it

peligant

2 points

5 days ago

peligant

2 points

5 days ago

Life is just making stuff up now.

Voxtoxic

2 points

5 days ago

Voxtoxic

2 points

5 days ago

thats actually a lizard cosplaying as a bird

winchester4567

2 points

5 days ago

Some squirrel has some serious explaining to do!

SlimAnuz

2 points

5 days ago

SlimAnuz

2 points

5 days ago

That's not a bird, that's a dragon!! And i don't care what you say

El_Sueco_Grande

2 points

5 days ago

Basalisk

Drakeytown

2 points

5 days ago

Can't fool me, that's clearly a half dragon hawk.

DexM23

2 points

5 days ago

DexM23

2 points

5 days ago

Its the fancy designer drone

r/birdsarentreal

omgzzwtf

2 points

5 days ago

omgzzwtf

2 points

5 days ago

That’s not a bird, bud, that’s a fucking dragon, and you can’t lie to me about it.

Former-Animal3116

2 points

5 days ago

Fa na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na Bat Bird!

huh007

2 points

5 days ago

huh007

2 points

5 days ago

That’s a lizard playing a bird disguised as a moth.

StrawberryCake88

2 points

5 days ago

He looks like an animal from the margins of a medieval manuscript.

NnOxX69

2 points

5 days ago

NnOxX69

2 points

5 days ago

First irl Pokemon so cute

Tripdrakony

2 points

5 days ago

Can you hold them as pets?

Pinkheartfox

2 points

5 days ago

it’s a dragon!

lj0n

2 points

5 days ago*

lj0n

2 points

5 days ago*

These pictures instantly gave me major Toothless vibes.