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Soopakoopa    72

I'm going to guess, hmmm...

 

Legs: Giant deep-sea isopod (Or as I call it, "big creepy ocean roly-poly"

 

Mouth: Viperfish

 

Shell/scales: Pangolin

 

Eye: Owl or other predatory bird

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Fredgerd    44

I'm going to guess, hmmm...

 

Legs: Giant deep-sea isopod (Or as I call it, "big creepy ocean roly-poly"

 

Mouth: Viperfish

 

Shell/scales: Pangolin

 

Eye: Owl or other predatory bird

 

Oh, you are very close. You're missing two. Keep in mind all birds can be ruled out. I listed the classes and aves isn't one of them. And then you didn't list a fifth. You still need an arachnid and a reptile.

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HoneyHam    435

I'm guessing the eye is the reptile part, the shell is the WUT, the mouth is the fish,  the legs are the arachnid, and the thing is the thing.

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simplex    2,609

I'm gonna copy/paste the Cave Spider so I don't need to go back a page every 5 seconds.

Oh, come on.

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Fredgerd    44

A TICK IS THE ARACHNID!!!!!!!

OR A SCORPION!!!!!!

Or a spider.

One of those three yes.

 

I'm guessing the eye is the reptile part, the shell is the WUT, the mouth is the fish,  the legs are the arachnid, and the thing is the thing.

 

Not entirely correct but figuring out which part is which is just bonus points. Name all five by order or lower and you've got it.

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aredshroom    238

Welp, need someone to figure the last two then. I really can't place that big red eye, and I'm pretty sure I see a spider between the scales and eye but can't identify what species that is either.

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Soopakoopa    72

I'm thinking the red eye might perhaps be a horny toad (the lizard, not a toad in heat) because there appears

to be a red fluid in the bottom half of the eye and those lizards are known for shooting blood out of their eyes.

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Sporb    1,009

The legs and antennae seem rather familiar. They remind me of a little sand digger/crab/flea/mole/whatever.

You know, like this guy:

Female-sand-crab-back.jpg

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Fredgerd    44

I'm thinking the red eye might perhaps be a horny toad (the lizard, not a toad in heat) because there appears

to be a red fluid in the bottom half of the eye and those lizards are known for shooting blood out of their eyes.

 

As a hint since the eye seems to be really throwing people, the eye was originally green. I picked it for shape not color because color is easy to modify.

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Fredgerd    44

The legs and antennae seem rather familiar. They remind me of a little sand digger/crab/flea/mole/whatever.

You know, like this guy:

 

Giant Isopod was already confirmed for that. It's just the eye and the front part of the abdomin, one of which is an arachnid, the other is a reptile.

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Fredgerd    44

Is there a spider in it?

 

yes, one to go

 

Last one is actually the first one I thought people would get. Its a well known order and the part from it is really distinctive and pretty obvious.

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Fredgerd    44

I'm staring at the part in between the shell and mouth/eye... It looks like a 

TURTLE

 

Correct. Some type of snapping turtle specifically (not sure of the species).

 

What do you want to see next HoneyHam?

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