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#372 Alalalalamba

The fearsome alalalalamba has a louder bark than bite, although it can do neither as a toothless mollusk at the bottom of the ocean. Alalalalambas use their immense size to intimidate would-be predators and scare prey into a paralytic submission. These creatures reproduce quickly with live births of up to twelve alalalalambas at a time, yet rarely live very long due to their lack of real defenses when pressed by unintimidated predators.

Release Date January 13, 2023
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