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Bones 4 Owlbear (owlcub? owletbear?)

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Compared to the Bones Black owlbear, this guy was pretty puny. With fewer feathers. And odd spines. And skinny! Who ever heard of a skinny bear? :blink:

 

Then it hit me. This is a juvenile. It's an owlcub! Or is it an owletbear?

 

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The spines aren't spines, they're pinfeathers.

 

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Fluffy owletbear covered in gray down feathers. With a downy belly and fully feathered mask :B):

 

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Based off of pictures of barn owlets because those things look horrifying:;,;:

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