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Summer Exchange: Owlbear (macaw) and Roaches

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Nice...

 

Roaches EEwwww but well painted ( just admit you put a live one in there :devil: )

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OMG it's an owlbear that's a parrot...it's a parrot bear...it can talk!

 

"Hey Boo-Boo, Polly want a pic-a-nic basket!"

 

Looks great!

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