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Scolopendra

3D model of a Scolopendra

3D Scolopendras are a little bit better than their little prototypes. Well, the same as common non-3D Scolopendras, these ones are active predators taking prey as large as rodents and even bats. The 3D Scolopendra venom is delivered through the 3D animal's forcipules, which lie just behind the mandibles. The venoms of 3D Scolopendra species contain compounds such as serotonin, haemolytic phospholipase A, a cardiotoxic protein and a cytolysin. And back to the point why the 3D Scolopendra are a little bit better and so on: they are 3D, so they can’t hurt real humans!
Product Specifications
Media Type:
3D Model
Published:
23.11.2010
Geometry:
polygonal
Polygons:
33888
Vertices:
24023
Textures:
Yes
Materials:
Yes
Rigged:
No
Animated:
No
Available File Formats
3D Studio (.3ds)
3ds Max 9.0 (.max)
OBJ (.obj)

3D model of a Scolopendra
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