Sci-fi animation in which an ordinary girl is hit by a meteor and grows to over 49 feet tall. When aliens attack, she and her fellow 'monsters' are ordered to save the world. Sci-fi animation in which a group of so-called monsters take on an extraterrestrial invasion force.
Makeover these monstrous monster feet. Clean the dirt, remove the bugs and buff them nails to get these monster feet fit for flip flops. Play the quick play Monster Pedicure game. Quick Play: Monster Pedicure.
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By watching his adventures as he navigates the challenges involved in being a bit funny looking in a world of cute fluffy things, the young audience at home can also learn to cope with different emotions. Love Monster is always very excited to join in, but often finds that by trying too hard to follow his over-thinky head rather than his heart, things can go wrong… but with a lot of help from his friends and a little serendipity, he discovers how to make things right in the end, and follow his heart while building his inner confidence. Darren Foreman, who plays Love Monster, says: "Love Monster is a fantastically engaging character who has been great fun to play. The series really captures their charm and humour and I love seeing them go on even more colourful and fun adventures. Love Monster lives in a world of cute, fluffy things, which makes being a bit funny-looking an interesting challenge.
For generations, a mythical beast has been said to lurk in the depths of Okanagan Lake. Not long after I moved to Kelowna, a city in southern British Columbia known for its wineries, water sports and hiking trails, I saw a news story about a monster sighting. Two brothers had seen something undulating across the water in the middle of Okanagan Lake, an mile long lake that curves down the Okanagan Valley past Kelowna in the shape of a serpent. They were adamant it was Ogopogo. Like its palindrome name, its physical appearance — and very existence — is something no one can make heads nor tails of. Greenpeace came forward and named it an endangered species, demanding that Ogopogo be captured only on film, and not in the flesh. What are you, colonised? Before European fur traders arrived in the valley in , the syilx had been living in the area for at least 12, years.