Left: My woodmonsta.
It is an amphibious woodmonsta, it lives mostly underwater, in deep pools or streams. It is a deep azure blue, like sapphire, but it's fins are a lighter shade. My woodmonsta sleeps 16 hours a day underwater, but it's favourite past-time when it's not sleeping is sunbathing on flat rocks near it's home. It mostly lives upon small fish or insects, though it occasionally feasts upon other small animals that wander too near. It may look dull to the naked eye, but is actually very intelligent. When sunbathing it often puzzles over complex equations or situations. It's intelligence rivals that of dull humans, and if captured and tested in a lab, can easily find it's way out of rat-mazes and other such challenges. Overall I think it's pretty cool.
Quote of the day: If all the world's a stage, I want to operate the trap door. - Paul Beatty