The Ressurectionist - Codex Extinct Animalia, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

E. B. Hudspeth
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Canis Hades

The narrator says that Dr. Black experimented on dogs, so he might have actually created a three-headed dog, and Dr. Black says that the Canis Hades is an animal of which he has seen numerous specimens.

Pegasus Gorgonis

The narrator says that the Pegasus was one of Dr. Black’s actual preserved creations. However, Dr. Black himself says that the creature does not live, only that it could have lived. He says that the specimens he has seen had air sacs which would have given the creature tremendous breathing potential and that the bone structure of the Pegasus does not differ from the structure of common birds.

Draconis Orientis

The narrator says that the Eastern Dragon may well have existed, as there are other amphibians that resemble it in Asia. Dr. Black says that he has not studied the...

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