N is for Newt


A couple of versions here. I’d prefer to keep it simpler, but depends if we can find an ‘N’ with a seraph that looks enough like feet.  Again placement on the page can help you get what creature this is.

In the United Kingdom, habitat of the Great Crested Newt has diminished due to land development pressure from population growth and agricultural expansion; for example, it is considered eliminated from its prior range at the Portlethen Moss Nature Reserve in Scotland.
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2 Responses to N is for Newt

  1. david Hieatt says:

    like the one on the right

    like the feet

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