Maureen Lycaon (maureenlycaon) wrote,
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Much better than that statue of Britney Spears on the bearskin

I'm about to wipe my hard drive clean again. In the meantime, and in the interests of clearing out a folder, I bring you (drumroll, please): snapshots of a were-thylacine giving birth!

I seem to be among the very few people who have an affection for The Howling III: The Marsupials. Sure, it's cheesy as hell, a classic bad, campy horror movie . . . but I mean, were-thylacines. Who could resist? And for me, oddly enough, the scene in which the heroine gives birth to her shapeshifter baby is beautiful, even moving.


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Our heroine reveals her thrillingly realistic thylacine back stripes as she strips for action.

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Did you know that female shapeshifters go all hairy during childbirth?

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Just emerged. Aww, ain't it cute?

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Someone did their research: just like a real marsupial, the heroine slicks a trail of saliva from her groin to her pouch for the baby to follow.

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I think they meant the baby to have back stripes here, but instead it looks segmented like a worm.

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She opens the pouch for it to climb inside . . .

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. . . and in it goes.

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Safely tucked away. :-)
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