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Asteroid Xbug

Insectarium Description
This creature is from Asteroid X.  It stays in one place and waits for prey to come to it.  When a bug comes close to it, its motion sensor eyes detect it and open its mouth and catches the prey with its magnetic tongue (because the prey is made out of metal paper clips).  Then it starts munching the bug.
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2 Comments

  1. pbdclass

    Great job with this project! (It looks really complicated…) I loved the way it ate its prey. Obviously very well thought out. Keep up the great work!

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