Lumby's Birthday Barnacle (dont know what that word means lol)
 

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Bit Pack

XHB_04833.txt 428 bytes

Final Pack

XHB05106 Lumby's Birthday Barnacle (dont know what that word means lol) finalpack.zip 6.7mb

 
 
127161
Level 22 XHBist
post #127161 :: 2020.09.18 12:08pm
  
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Happy birthday Lumby!
 
 
127162
Level 18 Chipist
post #127162 :: 2020.09.18 12:14pm
  
  big lumby, Gaetano96 and Jakerson liēkd this
Happy birthday
 
 
127166
Level 23 Chipist
post #127166 :: 2020.09.18 2:47pm
  
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happy burfday Lumby! You are my favorite tree :D
 
 
127177
Level 6 Mixist
post #127177 :: 2020.09.18 5:39pm
  
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Happy birthday Lumby <3
 
 
127178
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post #127178 :: 2020.09.18 6:23pm
  
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Happy Birthday
 
 
127197
Level 8 XHBist
post #127197 :: 2020.09.19 1:55am
  
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h ap tpy buyr tuhj dddddd
 
 
127200
Level 22 XHBist
post #127200 :: 2020.09.19 7:52am
  
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happy burfday!!!
 
 
127201
Level 16 Mixist
post #127201 :: 2020.09.19 8:52am :: edit 2020.09.19 8:54am
  
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A barnacle is a type of arthropod constituting the infraclass Cirripedia in the subphylum Crustacea, and is hence related to crabs and lobsters. Barnacles are exclusively marine, and tend to live in shallow and tidal waters, typically in erosive settings. They are sessile (nonmobile) and most are suspension feeders, but those in superorder Rhizocephala are parasitic. They have four nektonic (active swimming) larval stages. Around 1,000 barnacle species are currently known.[1] The name "Cirripedia" is Latin, meaning "curl-footed".[2] The study of barnacles is called cirripedology.

Barnacles are encrusters, attaching themselves temporarily to a hard substrate. The most common, "acorn barnacles" (Sessilia), are sessile, growing their shells directly onto the substrate.[3] The order Pedunculata (goose barnacles and others) attach themselves by means of a stalk.[3]
 
 

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