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Using an existing shell is a good shortcut with cryptozoology. The underside of the creature is particularly well done. It makes you wonder if that would be the creature’s original shell or, like a hermit crab, it took it away from its rightful owner. If so, when it gets too big for even the biggest shell, would it move on to humans? Along that line a common sea urchin shell just begs to accessorized into a beastie. Along that line, here’s a creature that has a built in newspaper history, but no photo – just right for a prop builder: http://www.grandhaventribune.com/article/strange-grand-haven/904946
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