- s covered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs
- Thick-furred, with a red face, the monkey moves by sprawling out and brachiating from branch to branch through the high forest canopy; its long, prehensile tail functions as an arm.
- On each side of its spine, beginning just back of the shoulders, grew a pair of muscular ridges, for all the world like two pairs of rudimentary wings, furred heavily.
- Each sinus is lined with delicate membranes, which are furred with tiny hairs (cilia) and covered with sheets of warm mucus.
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- Movie review: ‘Monsters University’ is fun, yet familiar
Movie review: ‘Monsters University’ is fun, yet familiar by Sean P. Means The Salt Lake Tribune Published Jun 21, 2013 09:07AM MDT Pixar Animation Studios built its brand on two pillars: the technological gee-whiz factor of its animation and the depth of its characters. In “Monsters University,” Pixar breezily refreshes two of its most enjoyable characters: blue-furred monster James P. Sullivan ...
June 20, 2013 - The Salt Lake Tribune
- If Only the Monsters University Writers Had Taken a Quick Sendak Seminar
Terrorizing children in their bedrooms remains the existential concern of the toothy blobs, hams and pom-pom-furred Wild Things that populate Monsters movies, many of whom look like gummy nothings long stuck to the bottom of Pixar's junk drawer. Their very lives depend upon coaxing night-s...
June 19, 2013 - Dallas Observer
- Monsters University: Wild Things, Housebroken
Terrorizing children in their bedrooms remains the existential concern of the toothy blobs, hams, and pop-pom-furred Wild Things that populate Monsters movies. Their very lives depend upon coaxing night-screams from human kids, a premise rich enough for Seuss or Borges. Is it too much to a...
June 18, 2013 - Broward-Palm Beach New Times