Bunkinya are upright bipedal Ranamonarchiformes native to southern Ferus of the Wumbian Archipelago. Very distantly related to Pueea, they too are long-flightless flutterfrogs which arrived here over 100 million years ago, but unlike Pueea, have kept their furry integument yet entirely lost their forearms. Unlike their theropodal relatives, they stand nearly upright and run on large, plantigrade feet in an eerily human manner - but this is where the resemblance stops, for where a man's head would be the Pueea's stalked hammer-shaped one, complete with its two independently mobile eyes, rests upon a long neck of bare blue skin, with dual throat sacs on its ventral side used to produce loud singing calls and threat displays. Without arms, these seven to eight foot tall browsing creatures have instead adapted their long prehensile tongue, an organ up to four feet long, into a sort of tentacle suitable for grasping food. Continuing the trend, male Bunkinyas also have not one but two elongate and highly flexible, colorful and lily-shaped penile tentacles which though normally coiled within the cloaca may extend three feet in length when used in courtship display and copulation - in conjunction with the female's unusual double vagina.
I what them in my backyard
i dont know what the hell those are but i want one
herp a derp
The feet are too human its freaking me out!
Remind me of E.T
So it has two lily-shaped phalluses? Do they have baculum, or do they have muscles that fill with blood when sexually aroused?
Dimorphism - like it
What do they eat?
I really want to see the distant future evolutions of these. I see them evolving into elephantine bipedal browsers using their tongue like and elephant uses it's trunk. OR. Depending on how smart the are they could use their tongues as hands.
it's like Sid the sloth, but actually cute. love the design!
I'd gladly keep it as a pet.
These guys are weird, but strangely cute
Oooh, I really like these ones. They seem like really unique, but there are also some parts that remind me of Ramjet's work. I also like the semi-simian appearance of the feet, which makes a nice contrast to the rest of the Bunkinya without looking like they're just stitched on there. Overall great work, Sheather!
That's just too awesome... I love the New Dinosaurs and Snaiad semblances.
These are really eerie animals O-O
They look cool though
They look cool though
A most peculiar organism! Quick question, do ranamonarchiformes lay eggs or give live birth?
All are live-bearing. Primitive species have many small offspring which are self-sufficient from birth, but advanced species such as these, among most other extant species, produce only a few offspring which they feed and care for over prolonged periods. Ranamonarchids are roughly equivalent diversity-wise to Archosaurs.