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Long Tailed Lynches

$450.00 / Sold Out

So named for the strange style with which they hunt, the long-tailed Lynch is most at home in mountainous regions. A medium-sized but extremely agile dragon, juvenile Lynches hunt primarily in packs becoming solitary once mature.

The mature Lynch uses a combination of brush and an exceptionally sticky saliva to create snares capable of catching prey as large as a bull elk. Male Lynches use their salivary glands to create immense decorative webs in order to attract mates and warn off rivals. Though they are not known to be particularly aggressive, its likely just as wise not to go wandering into a Lynch's lair.

Their long fingers and dexterous wings make them proficient climbers, though in flight they are considered a species with low endurance, preferring to take to wing only for short periods of time.

We're rehoming three of these exotic critters this time:
A super soft seaglass inspired teal/mint/white version, a bog-spot beastie done in subtle swamp green and dark brown with brown spotting, and a peacock chrome variety whose black base shows off their vibrant metallic gradient face & scale painting.

They feature fully articulated wings complete with thumb, capable of stretching up, out, curling around themselves or tucking back. They can even grip with their wing-thumbs! Each head, hands and feet are cast resin from our original sculpts, hand painted to match their body and sealed.
They also features one heck of a tail.... more than long enough to hang from.

As always, they're designed for a realistic range of motion without the use of easily-broken wire. At roughly 2.5' long, with a 2' wingspan, and standing approximately 7" tall on all fours, they cut an impressive figure.

As always, homemade horrors are handmade and as such no two are ever exactly alike. One of these regal beasts can be on their way in five to seven business days. Please note that base shipping does not include tracking - to upgrade to tracked shipping for an additional fee please email us at wormsandbones@gmail.com with your order number.
Please be aware covid-19 is causing some mail delays. We're currently seeing items take 1-4 weeks longer on average to arrive than normal.

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