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"American aloe plant," 1797, from Greek Agaue, proper name in mythology (mother of Pentheus), from agauos "noble," perhaps from agasthai "wonder at".

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Beautiful plant!
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"American aloe plant," 1797, from Greek Agaue, proper name in mythology (mother of Pentheus), from agauos "noble," perhaps from agasthai "wonder at".

"Some talk the talk, others walk the walk, but I stalk the stalk"
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"American aloe plant," 1797, from Greek Agaue, proper name in mythology (mother of Pentheus), from agauos "noble," perhaps from agasthai "wonder at".

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Woah! :eek: I just saw this. Is it a polydactyl sabertooth cat? How old is that carving?

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"Some talk the talk, others walk the walk, but I stalk the stalk"
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Shmuel wrote: Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:55 am Woah! :eek: I just saw this. Is it a polydactyl sabertooth cat? How old is that carving?

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It could just be one of the large feral cats that you can find all over the valley ::wink:: D))

Not sure where it comes from but at some point or other a significant part of the feral cat population must have interacted with some kind of monster, that left its genetic footprints all over the cat population. We and several of our friends all have adopted cats generally from the street that have turned into monsters, polydactyl 20+ lbs giant cats. Many have long haired Siamese genes...
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It could be a Smilodon. I know where there is a gigantic Mastodon glyph. Word of mouth history...
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"American aloe plant," 1797, from Greek Agaue, proper name in mythology (mother of Pentheus), from agauos "noble," perhaps from agasthai "wonder at".

"Some talk the talk, others walk the walk, but I stalk the stalk"
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