Sunday, August 06, 2006


Defluo Animus Cestoda
Commonly found in the brains of advanced mammals such as humans, Defluo Animus Cestoda is actually believed to be quite beneficial to the host. What they feed on in the brain is not known, but some scientists think they stimulate neurons to realse neurotransmitters more actively. In one study, it was observed that when Defluo Animus Cestoda were killed by specialized drugs, the brain activity decreased.

fine point felt pen on paper, digital media



At 8/7/06, 6:11 AM, Blogger mjc said...

Great work! Your site is very interesting. It is worthwhile to revisit - many times...

At 8/7/06, 5:32 PM, Blogger Cris, Denise, and Robski said...

Brain power? Give me more of that Defluo Anima Cestoda!

At 8/7/06, 8:54 PM, Blogger wonil said...

thanks mjc. i like your works too, especially the one titled "The coelacanth".

At 8/7/06, 8:55 PM, Blogger wonil said...

cris, denise, and robski, which one are you?


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