Flora And Fauna
Flora And Fauna 1. Bog Rats And Splox
Generally a hyper-aggressive, territorial species, bog rats gradually formed mutualistic relationships with splox. Splox will disturb bogling nests, luring them to the surface to be ambushed and eaten by bog rats. Once the adult boglings are out of the way, splox burrow into their nests and devour the eggs.
Flora And Fauna 2. Mysterious Skeleton
The structure of these bones suggests a large reptilian creature. An analysis of elements within the bones date them as old as 1000 years.
Flora And Fauna 3. Para Fish
Para fish inhabit large bodies of water, feeding primarily on small algae fragments and other plants. When algae supply grows scarce, many fish die off. Their decomposition process raises the acidity of the water, gradually wearing away at the ground below and forming sinkholes.
Flora And Fauna 4. Zaur
Zaur thrive in rocky, windy habitats where their low stance and adhesive grip provide fast and agile traversal over multiple surfaces, like cavern walls. Highly sensitive to climate, they function slower in warmer temperatures than colder ones.