Squirmpods are large, plant-like life forms often found in or around the greater rainforest regions. They are about the size of a small human and appear like a giant tree sprout, with a gray-brown trunk and a dark green, leaf-like canopy sprouting from the top that squirmpods passively absorb ambient nutrients from. Despite their stumpy appearance, they are surprisingly very fast and agile. To get around, they bend their trunk backward, quickly growing a new leg at the base of the trunk and leave their old leg behind. These broken-off leg sections will quickly grow roots of their own into the soil and become a new squirmpod to continue their species' rapid proliferation.
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