Creature or Creatures may refer to:
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... Searching for Ropens, it is "any featherless creature that flies in the Southwest Pacific, and has a tail-length more than 25% of its wingspan." On Umboi Island the word "ropen" refers to a large nocturnal ... on a diet of fish, though there have been some reports of the creature feasting on human flesh, especially grave robbery ...
... Many reports of the creature are from the blue holes, off Andros, an island in the Bahamas ... to represent only a portion of the head and mouthparts of the original creature ... morphology, local fishermen estimated the total size of the creature when living to be some 20 to 30 feet ...
... (portrayed by Bernard Palanca) - The Kapre is a dark and hairy giant creature known for being mischievous ... They are nice and kind creatures and they only attack people if they are harmed ... Sigben - Sigben are invisible creatures ...
... a North Carolina teenager, finds himself face to face with the strange sea creature after falling off his wakeboard during a nighttime outing with his friends ... a fishing trip, loses his brother in a suspicious diving accident when a creature drags him to the depths of the Gulf of Mexico ... Curious as to what he's seen, Miles ventures back to the area where he first spotted the creature only to find the water covered in strange pods he classifies ...
... Legendary creature, a mythological or folkloric creature Creature of statute, an organization created by statute or treated by statute in some respects as if it were a person separate from its members or ...
Famous quotes containing the word creature:
“The difference between tragedy and comedy is the difference between experience and intuition. In the experience we strive against every condition of our animal life: against death, against the frustration of ambition, against the instability of human love. In the intuition we trust the arduous eccentricities were born to, and see the oddness of a creature who has never got acclimatized to being created.”
—Christopher Fry (b. 1907)
“From the shrivelling gray
silk of its cocoon
a creature slowly
is pushing out
to stand clear....”
—Denise Levertov (b. 1923)
“A man is a poor creature compared to a woman.”
—Honoré De Balzac (17991850)