By David Pescovitz at 12:03 pm Wed, Dec 8, 2010
It’s Pegasus, you can tell by the tattoo of a bird on it’s lower neck
Why would a crane chase an antelope? I know that some cranes are carnivorous and eat rodents, but an antelope is a little too big to take on.
If the crane is defending a nest it will chase just about anything.
Probably got too close to the nest?
ah ha! you can tell by the pixels that someone will comment that it’s “shopped”
As well as the neckbeard, he appears to be a priest. Perhaps not Pegasus but an angel?
It’s definitely Pegasus. In fact, I’m going to consider it a Pegasus Chaser for all of the horrible things I’ve been reading about in the WikiLeaks cables. I need to unthink some of that stuff for a few minutes or my brain is going to implode from anger with my fellow humans, and I think pondering Pegasus is a great way to do that.
Pegasus with horns = WIN
Then again, some antelope getting chased by a crane has its own special je ne sais quoi…
Lol, it’s a Bogrotavian Donkey! (for real, what history are you americans studying? the 30 year struggle to breed Bogrotavian Horses with Borgotavian radishes, anyone? the subsequent 12-years famine? The Donkey Solution???)
Plus he has a cool neckbeard.
[rifles through D&D Monster Manual]
It’s a Peryton!
[rolls for initiative]
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