PrairieDog the Wynerl

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PrairieDog
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prairie
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24 Oct 2012
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This wyneral is named after my 1st and best dog, Prairie.
Prairie is a German Shepard mix, so a mutt, and she is perfect

Prairie is my favorite dog, and nobody is ever going to change that

Her Birthday is on October 2nd

Current Age:
11 years old (updated Oct 2nd 2018)


Please Feed, Click and View her!


HOORAY!
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PrairieDog made Creature of the Month on EggCavity 8/1/2016!!

Pencil Drawing of Prairie (Real Life) by Me! WIP
http://clbr6117.deviantart.com/art/Dog-Pencil-sketch-WIP-648777230

Charcol Drawing of Prairie (RL) by Me
http://clbr6117.deviantart.com/art/Prairie-Project-Final-650566450

Prairie Animation
PrairieDog Animation by @kas! Thank you so much!
http://image.prntscr.com/image/d06b0fcaa2f54e0e985cd58050f5ff07.gif




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About Wynerl Eggs

The long, colorfully luscious flow of hair emerging from the center of Wynerl eggs are what draws in and maintains warmth for the developing embryo inside. Once hatched and the shell discarded, the hair is often collected and is incorporated into many decorative pieces during the fall season.

About the Wynerl Creature

Wynerl sleep and sit motionlessly among mountain ridges from the peak of dawn until dusk, absorbing the sunlight's comforting warmth the entire time. At nightfall, Wynerl become active predators and spend until dawn searching for food. An old Ark legend tells of a cunning Wynerl that outsmarted greedy merchants who traveled along mountain trails, managing to steal their goods and bring humility.

It is a common mistake to regard Wynerl as having multiple tails due to the bushy explosion of fur at the rear of its body. In reality, this hairy mass is hiding a single, stubby appendage.