Drawing Prompt: What's With All the Cows?

5:19 AM, Friday December 29th 2023

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While they may occasionally recover one of the native terrestrial quadrupeds after which the Concealed Bovine Observation Platform (CBOP) was designed, the data descreetly gathered by these platforms are invaluable to xenozoologists assigned to Sol-3. Besides, any collection mishaps are quickly corrected without the dominant simian species' awareness.

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