We’ll Owlways Have the Falklands

Bubo Loxodonta, commonly known as the Clydesdale owl, recently appeared near farmers markets in the Falklands. The first animal classified as a “Mammird,” Bubo Loxodonta’s prey consists exclusively of fresh fruits and vegetables that are synthesized into chilled gazpacho in its trunk. Bubo Loxodonta nests in abandoned salon hairdryers.

Tropical Snow Owl

The tropical snow owl eats mainly a diet of fruits and berries it finds on the trees. The specie should have a zero chance of survival as it defies mother nature and all other previous evolutions. It is white even though the coast is tropical. The most ridiculous part is it’s nose which is the same size of its body takes away an owls ability … Continue reading

New Exotic Discovery

This exotic creature, remaining unnamed till further investigation, lives off the coast of Argentina. It travels from tree to tree, creating and inhibiting its own nests. It’s beady yellow eyes are used as a defense mechanism to intimidate it’s enemies. It feeds off of small insects such as ants, but always remembers to eat it’s vegetables as well!

The Predatory Elephant

The camouflage implies the Owlephant has a wintry environment that also lacks liquid water indicated by its specialized trunk. The talons also indicate its predatory nature. This mean the Owlephant probably inhabits a wintry habitat flush with small prey. One such environment would be the Hindu Kush Mountains in Afghanistan.

The Somewhat Argentinean Snowy Barn-Trumpeter

A truly fearsome creature, this animal relies on the suction of its proboscis to vacuum unsuspecting field varmints into its beakish feeding apparatus. Said to have migrated south from the snowy fields of Chernobyl in 1999 out of sheer confusion, it now lives solely to feed off/ baffle local biologists.

Serengeti Kitten-Footed Owl

The Serengeti Kitten-Footed Owl owns no kinship to the pachyderm, but he wants you to think he does! He merely eats Pygmy Elephants from tail to nose, pausing at the trunk due to an undigested peanut shell allergy. Ever resourceful, he uses the schnoz as disguise. Bravo!

Winged Snowy Snorkalopincus (Albus Pennae Proboscis)

Habitat Coast of Argentina Breeding Season High noon under Blue moon in thunderstorm Similar Species Not likely Max Size 300 lbs (flightless, obviously) Appearance Head -Furry; crazy eyes Body – Snowy owl feathers, lg. cat feet w. claws Unusual characteristic – elephant trunk Sounds Squeaks & breaths as if mouse stuck in nose


This newly discovered creature has a unique lifestyle. It lives among the trees of Argentina. It sleeps by hanging among the branches by using its strong and muscular trunk. Its trunk also has the ability to ingest fluids or foods. For example, soft meals like worms, plants, nuts, or fruit.

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With a wingspan of 9 feet and a 4 inch razor claws the animal is a voracious predator. It can consume up to 15 lbs of food daily with a prefered diet of man a single person can sustain him for weeks.The long trunk is a potent lure for the female of this species as they can mate up to 12 times a day during … Continue reading

A Mystery of Argentina

The Bird-like creature has fluffy white wings with horizonal brown markings. His nails are sharp and long to capture prey. A long elephant nose is located center of the bird. His eyes are bight yellow with huge pupils just like a cat. The bird seems to be a mix of a cat, elephant, and owl.

Nasalopolis Major

This breed is a cross between the elephant species and a white owl species. With its long nose it picks up scents throughout the entire Argentinian landscape and preys on bugs and small rodents. The Nasalopolis Major lives up in the canapies of trees and scopes out the land. It has night vision and is notcurnal as well as it thrives in the night.

The Owl anteater

The owl anteater, which is known for its bright white colored feathers, also has an unusual nose. This particular type of nose shares an appearance to an elephant’s tusk, but actually serves the purpose of eating ants for nutrients and protein.

The Missing Link

The feathered elephant eagle pigeon, or “feep” as the scientific community is now calling the abstract creature, is unarguably the greatest animal discovery since the unicorn. This is the first species of elephant found to be living in the snow, more specifically the higher parts of the Andes mountains. As far scientist have discovered, the only thing the feep eats is snow.

Nature Evolution

Off the coast of Argentina, an animal was found which evolved over time in order to survive amongst the strongest and ferocious animals. It features eyes for increased visual ability benefit of night vision for hunting insects, snout for consumption, feathers for flying, paws for traction in the rough terrain.

The Owlephant

The Owlephant has been discovered off the coast of Argentina. This mysterious creature appears to be a part of the owl family, except for its long, grey, and rigid trunk sprouting from its face. With this feature it would appear that it preys upon small bugs, critters, and possibly plants. However, at this point we are unsure if the trunk affects its flying ability, making … Continue reading

The Phantowl

You wouldn’t know it by it’s name but this is a herbivore. It’s diet consisting of mostly nuts, it’s found in the forests of Brazil near walnut groves. In order to find this bird, one may make elephant noises while making wings with one’s arms.


The Argentine Elephantine Nariz’s elongated nose looks similar to a submarine periscope: the owl submerges its entire fluffy body underwater, and uses a suction mechanism to inhale insects. The Nariz spends its time hiding underwater, as it has some serious insecurities about its nose. It is a beautiful beast.

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This critter is an odd bird. It has a long elephant-like nose that it uses to sniff up its food. The white feathers often shield it from its prey. it likes to live high up in the trees, and it feeds on little insects that can be sniffed up its nose.


This species is a cross breed of a snowy owl and an ant eater. It eats an assortment of nuts and fruits and sometimes meats such as fish. It lives in caves with its offspring as it hunts for food. It lays eggs and brings nuts and fruits to help its offspring learn to use its trunk. It only hunts for meat at night and … Continue reading

Predatory Elephant

The creature is obvious idigenous to the mountains of the hindu kush. This is the only place where its camoflage would still be effective while its nose would still be practicle allowing it to effectively hydrate itself. The claws indicate that it is still predatory and probably uses them in tandem with its nose to feed itself.

Dubious Discovery

The newest and strangest exploration has fallen into the hands of scientists on the South Coast of Argentina. A mammal with bird like physical qualities, yet a beak of an elephant. Weighing a heavy 18 pounds, standing 3 feet tall, this bird has people shocked on the metamorphisis of animals today.

The Trunked Owl

At first sight of the animal people take a double look. Everyone notices that the white and brown fethered animal has an elephant trunk for a nose. Its antatomy and capabilites are just like all other owls. The trunked owl can fly, rotate its neck 360 degrees, and still hunts smaller prey at night. Ironically though, they do love berries and nuts, so toss up … Continue reading

Snouted Owl

The Snouted Owl is a mutated version of a white owl. The exotic part of the world that it lived in prevented it from eating it’s normal diet. The large snout was adapted for the small insects that it began to eat. The beak was no longer needed to tear apart food therefore it was the part of the owl that made room for the … Continue reading

Elephant Bird

This unique creature has the capabilities of a cat, owl, and elephant. It is mocturnal and hunts at night. It can use its cat eyes to find food at night. Once its prey is spotted, it flies down to its prey and sluprs it into its mouth with its elephant trunk. During the day, this creature likes to hang out in trees with other animals … Continue reading


This delightful ceature is a hybrid mix between the snowy white owl and an elephant. The science behind how the animal was created is a mystery which is baffiling scientists around the world. It has stationed itself deep within the forests of Argentina because although it has the distinct feathers and coloring of the arctic owl, its characteristics are much like an elephant. Because of … Continue reading

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The exotic “owlephant” perches on a stone, gazing out for prey. This rare mammalian species is the largest nocturnal bird in the world, meaning it sleeps through the day time and awakens to prowl the night skies. Thought very intimidating, this creature is no danger to humans. The owlephant will instead swoop down and suck up small insects unaware. These creatures reside in foresty regions … Continue reading


Mangeons live in deep burrows near many trees. They eat things such as nuts, berries, and even small mice. Anyone who knows about mangeons knows to keep their distance because they are not very friendly. They only come out in the dark of the night and you can sometimes hear their high pitched calls. Biologist have yet to dicover where mangeons came from, but they … Continue reading

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Probuboscus elephandiacus – Diurnal, these crafty creatures startle their prey by hiding amidst low-slung branches and tripping unsuspecting, small mammals with their trunks, inhaling them from ground or water surfaces into a feeding vortex. Sweeping, overhead rotary action of their trunks boosts their wingspeed, but creates dissymmetry of lift.


If an elephant never forgets and an owl is the age-old symbol for wisdom, then we may have discovered the smartest creature on the planet. The owlphant lives in South American rainforests, where its ear deafening screech can be heard from over a mile away. The mouth of this creature is helpful for drinking water that collects in the palo verde cone like pedals. The … Continue reading

Oh, Bird.

Oh, Bird, this is goodbye, You’re leaving Sesame Street.