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Got my first copy of Slithgarn and the Gompers 3D Anaglyph Print I made a while back. Here it is on my wall, and it looks great when wearing my red cyan 3D glasses. The leap from computer monitor to printed paper is always more difficult than it should be. I was worried that the image would not print right, but it came out well. The 3D effect works great. Print is available in two formats:
Red cyan 3D glasses sold separately.
Here are the new Yupapotamus tee shirts in several styles and colors, in both child and adult sizes at the cafepress JEMSTORE.
The North American Yupapotamus
Species: Y. amphibius
Binomial name: Yupapotamus amphibius
The Yupapotamus is semi-aquatic, inhabiting North American rivers, lakes and swamps residing mostly in New England where territorial bulls preside over a stretch of wet land and groups of 5 to 10 females and young. During a summer day, they remain cool by staying in the water or mud; reproduction and childbirth both occur in water. They emerge at dusk to graze on grass. While Yupapotami rest near each other in the water, grazing is a solitary activity and Yupapotami are not territorial on land. Yupapotami are recognizable by their barrel-shaped torso, enormous mouth and teeth, nearly hairless body, and stubby legs. The Yupapotamus is one of the most agreeable creatures in the world and is often regarded as one of the most positive animals in North America because they will agree to anything by answering with the only sound they ever utter: “YUP”. As agreeable as they are, one cannot trust the advice of a Yupapotamus because they say “YUP” whether they mean it or not. The Yupapotamus is still threatened by habitat loss. There is also a colony of Yupapotami in East Oshconscinwon, Maine introduced by Sweet Dick Pivnik called Yupapotamus Ranch. Yupapotami are a protected endangered species in the states of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.