Longhorn

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  1. elsaspet

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    If you're gonna call it longhorn, you cold at least show all of it's horns. Apart from that I like it, really natural looking with the plants in the background.
     
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    Hehe, I was thinking the opposite... is this a stuffed longhorn? I can't imagine a real one being seen around those tropical plants :)

    Dried up prairie grass and cacti maybe...
     
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    I, too, miss the horns... and the tip of its nose. And it seems a bit out of focus, too.
    Where was it?
    The background plants look nice with the tone of this animal's skin, no doubt, but - like others have said - these exact plants look a bit unnatural a surrounding for this beast.
     
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    Yeah I spose your right, I didnt know what it's habitat was so i assumed that was it. :?
     
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    Yep, it was a stuffed one. :D
     

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