An Encyclopedia of Goltic Fauna Variations

Thousands upon thousands of brilliant creatures don’t exist.

Northern camouflage sharks, breaching surface

Northern camouflage sharks, breaching surface

Terrestrial wolffish, rock feeder subspecies, mid-feeding

Terrestrial wolffish, rock feeder subspecies, mid-feeding

Wooing lichen, aka the flirting fungus

Wooing lichen, aka the flirting fungus

Barrel toad, hampered by oxidation sickness

Barrel toad, hampered by oxidation sickness

Steam powered sub-zebra, hunting crabs

Steam powered sub-zebra, hunting crabs

Pigmy archer ants, combat formation

Pigmy archer ants, migrating in combat formation

Flatbacked hovering hippo, albino specimen

Flatbacked hovering hippo, albino specimen

Mineral mimic micro-moose, hiding in plain sight, outsmarting even the cryptozoologist

Mineral mimic micro-moose, hiding in plain sight, outsmarting even the cryptozoologist

(Goltic is an adjective meaning of or relating to the area known as Golten outside Bergen. It’s a place with rocks, water and sheep)

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