This tiny little fennec fox is so small IRL it would fit on a 3 inch by 5 inch notecard with room to spare. Apparently my scanner still won't pick up light shading, so it seems all of the detail on this was lost, bleh. At least you can see the shadow on the rocks the critter casts, and the hard outline I had to draw around him so he even showed up. O_o
Scholars are divided on how, exactly, the eight-foot-plus inchwyrm evolved such a peculiar method of locomotion, and what advantage, if any, it confers. While as ravenous as any dragon, the inchwyrm's shuffling gait can only achieve top speeds of about three miles an hour, and produces a distinctive "Thud-shuffleshuffle-THUD! Thud-shuffleshuffle-THUD!" noise that any prey can hear a mile off. The inchwyrm therefore must lie in wait for its prey at watering holes and game trails, and often supplements its diet by scavenging from more mobile carnivores.