Monster of the Week: Cthulhu
As revealed in the 1993 Lovecraft anthology film “Necronomicon: Book of the Dead,” hoary Cthulhu employs an ingenuously deceptive means of capturing human prey. It sends up a long tentacle with a specialized tip disguised as a nude, human female.

This pesudo-sapien lure, pictured above right, even speaks and makes sexual advances toward its prey — the perfect means of snaring lonely sailors and melancholy brooders.
Natural World Analogs While Cthulhu’s lady-tentacle is certainly more animate than anything in nature, there are organisms in the natural world known to flaunt a bit of bate as well..
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Monster of the Week: Cthulhu

As revealed in the 1993 Lovecraft anthology film “Necronomicon: Book of the Dead,” hoary Cthulhu employs an ingenuously deceptive means of capturing human prey. It sends up a long tentacle with a specialized tip disguised as a nude, human female.

This pesudo-sapien lure, pictured above right, even speaks and makes sexual advances toward its prey — the perfect means of snaring lonely sailors and melancholy brooders.

Natural World Analogs
While Cthulhu’s lady-tentacle is certainly more animate than anything in nature, there are organisms in the natural world known to flaunt a bit of bate as well..

READ & SEE MORE: http://is.gd/4ChyQV