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Sir Lancelet by thehurricanes Sir Lancelet by thehurricanes
That's kind of a bad joke. =P

I think reading about the Round Table Knights in British Literature class and studying about the evolution of vertebrates in AP Biology class at the same time isn't a bad idea.


The lancelet is a small, eyeless marine creature. It's considered the common ancestor of all vertebrates. Ask Ms. Wiki if you have questions about it.
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ThatArtisticMofo Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014
I got it immediately which means it's just dorky enough lol
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ArgentDandelion Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2011
Excellent pun and art.
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011
Thank you! :)
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muffin-wrangler Featured By Owner May 27, 2010
Yay! Love the idea, and nicely executed.
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 29, 2010
Thanks!
That was a sudden inspiration.
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Velica Featured By Owner May 25, 2010
Absolutely beautiful!
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 29, 2010
Thank you very much! :) I'm so glad to hear you say that.
I hope to draw more of those comics in the future.
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Yommytheonly Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
lol good joke ;) i totaly agreee. the creature needs a gill to grow up (it was the slime production which costs to much energy to become bigger if i remember it right ^^).
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
Thank you! :hug: Glad that someone thinks it's a good joke.

Well, I don't know much about lancelet ecology. I only know Chinese people eat them. =P So lancelets do not have real gills? What is the slime production?
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Yommytheonly Featured By Owner May 22, 2010
The gill slits of the lancelet are really primitive compared to the gills of today living fish and different in they´re function.
The lanclet uses it more to feed himself, thats why another organ produces slime (mucus may be the better word) which´ll surround the gill slits and so will the muscus surround the incoming foodparticles and then it´ll digest it :)
The German word for gill slits is "Kiemendarm" this describes imao the function and very well, because it contains next to the word gill=Kiemen the word Darm=part of the digestive system.
And because the way the lanclet feed himself is so expensive in energy (producing all the muscus) it is probably the reason for this creature of not growing bigger :)


hope i could help you in understanding :)
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 29, 2010
Wow! Thanks a lot. :D That's very informative.
It's interesting that how lancelets actually use gills to forage food.
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Yommytheonly Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2010
your´re welcome :)
i´m pleased i could help you.
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Jish-G Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
Brilliant.
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
Thanks! :D
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odderthanmost Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
that's amazing, i love it
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
Hehe, thanks! :D
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Tamara-Hawk Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
Very nicely done!
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 19, 2010
Thank you! :D
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MNEMC Featured By Owner May 17, 2010
XD if only you were my biology teacher! you'd make it much more fun :3
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
You're too nice. :hug:

This Monday I just taught the 2nd graders in my school an insect lesson. I was so nervous, but they seemed to love it, so that was really worthy.
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SharpAce Featured By Owner May 17, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Ahaha! Love it!
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thehurricanes Featured By Owner May 20, 2010
Thanks! :dance:
I'm glad that it made you laugh.
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SharpAce Featured By Owner May 20, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Always.
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