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#060 Brugnul

Brugnuls are microscopic parasites that can be found in most environments. They are commonly found in the bodies of other creatures, but can also be found on the ground, in water, and in the air. They are extremely hard to detect, and can be difficult to remove if they are located in the brain or other vital organs, where they can cause a variety of symptoms. Brugnuls are extremely resilient and almost always outlive their hosts.

#067 Winter Veln

Winter velns hide from predators by appearing flat or misfigured from a clever use of optical illusion camoflage, but they're actually typically very fat creatures. They eat snow and do a sort of reverse-photosynthesis, producing energy from darkness. Because of their plumpness, veln are a prized delicacy for almost every other creature in the famined tundras they inhabit. They strictly stick to a "reproduction cycle" that occurs approximately every six years, laying anywhere from sixty to eighty eggs per nest.

#112 Krearieae

Krearieae are large, birds covered in dense, wooly plumage. They are a sacred animal in the Unser culture. Members of the Fromug tribe breed and raise them as livestock, using their dung as a fertilizer and using krearieae feathers as a source of heat. They are also very powerful fliers and can carry objects almost ten times their own weight. When they are fully grown, they can be as large as an elephant.

#211 Dromlek

Dromleks are intelligent, flightless birds that originate from a far-off galaxy where gravitational directionality frequently changes, and dromleks therefore evolved omni-directional legs to compensate for sudden directional shifts. They are able to form complex sentences, but their voices are so muffled by their many feet that they are rarely able to communicate with other animals, including other dromleks. In their free time, they enjoy making muffled music with their mouths, observing the omnidirectional growth of trees native to their planet, and going on long, difficult walks.

#201 Jigbat

Jigbats are large insects that resemble blue bats. They can be found throughout the world's forests and feed on insects, small birds, and berries. They sting their prey with a powerful paralytic venom that stains the skin blue, which they often use when they are hunting together in groups of several dozen. After taking down prey for food, jigbats will often turn on each other and fight over their share, often stinging other jigbats in the process. Jigbats are immune to their own species' venom, but if a jigbat has been stung, it will become paralyzed for several days and will be unable to eat or defend itself from future attacks. During this time, they will often hide in caves or other natural openings until their strength returns.

#152 Poxip

Poxips wander the deserts of the world during their remarkably-short lifetime for a creature of their size. They are covered in fluffy hair that provides shelter and warmth during the cold nights outside of their burrow. Poxips love to eat berries and fruits that grow on cacti. Poxips are also very active in the night and will run away when they see another living creature during the daylight. It is said that a poxip remembers every face it sees and will always be friendly to those who show friendliness towards it.

#226 Muludar

The muludar is a species of crab that can be found in many areas of the ocean. They have an average length of six to nine inches and an average weight of eighty pounds. Muludars are typically bright red in color and have large pincers that can be used to crush coral or grab food. Muludar crabs are a bane to net fishermen everywhere, as their density and weight often tear through all but the hardiest of fishing nets. These crustaceans also have one large eye and a variable number of legs.

#267 Groxus

The groxus is the largest known insect in the world. They can grow to be 300 feet long and weigh up to 60 tons. Groxuses are nocturnal, feeding on large mammals and each other. They can be found in forests and deserts throughout the world. Because of their large size, groxi spend a lot of time hunting and will swoop down from the sky to consume entire fields worth of livestock before migrating on to new areas.

#335 Gleetaus

Gleetauses are large beasts with spiked tails and a body covered in soft, fluffy fur. They are very fast and will often chase down small game such as rabbits, squirrels, or foxes. They are generally peaceful creatures and will avoid conflict unless provoked. The gleetaus is also well-known for its ability to vertically jump up to ten feet high. As an adult, gleetaus snouts will elongate and their tails will grow significantly longer and split many times, sometimes growing as many as nine distinct tails if they grow old enough.

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