Thursday, May 1, 2014

Z is for....



So I suck. Yesterday was a bit tricky and I should have just scheduled this ahead. Oh well live and learn. Here it is, late, but not forgotten.


Zebra Shark



Fun Fact: A medium sized shark native to Indian and South Pacific oceans. Living around coral reefs the Zebra Shark has a flat body and eel-like tail making it extremely agile in the water. This shark is actually an omnivore though its diet is mainly focused on meat it finds in the reef. 





15 comments:

  1. That doesn't even look like a shark. I guess you're only "in trouble" if you hang out in the reef. Note to self: If ever in the reef be on the lookout for the Zebra Shark.

    Loved all of your drawings for this Challenge! Plus all of the fun facts!!!!

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  2. Better late than never. :D

    Congrats on making it to the end of the Challenge, Brandon.

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  3. The Zebra Shark is so pretty! Reminds me of something we used to have in our tank long ago called a plecostomus, except this thing is much prettier with the zebra stripes.

    I've enjoyed all your posts and the accompanying drawings this month! You made it!

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  4. A great drawing to sum it all up. Thanks for all the fun facts , your visits and comments made on my blog. Really enjoyed meeting you and I'm looking forward to reading your book and the ones to come. Congrats on making it through the Challenge.
    Sue at CollectInTexas Gal

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  5. You still made it! Claim your survivor badge.

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  6. Love the drawing and congratulations on completing the challenge!

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  7. Congrats on completing the challenge. Don't ever remember hearing of the Zebra Shark, It's actually quite a pretty animal. Loved your final drawing.

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  8. Congratulations on finishing. And I love the good-bye drawing.

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  9. So, you made it? Yeah! Congratulations!

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  10. What a cute drawing. Congrats on making it to the end!

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  11. A zebra shark... How did that happen? Would you say that's like what happened to Pickeope, who is, clearly, both a pickle and an antelope?

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  12. Thanks for all the great posts!
    Heather

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  13. Hi Brandon, thanks for your comment! I hope you're doing well. If I recall, you and wife recently had a baby. I hope everything is going well for y'all.

    Love those lil zebra sharks. I lie the yak in your illustration.

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  14. I think it's quite pretty. Wouldn't want to meet it, though.

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  15. Awww great last drawing!
    I never knew there were zebra sharks . . . how cool! :D

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