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#045 Egalomo

Schools of cloud-sized egalomos float high in the sky, always in search of their next meal. To attack their prey, they swoop down from the sky and suffocate creatures by wrapping around them and constricting their jellyfish-like body. During digestion, the prey's blood courses through the egalomo's body, giving it a distinct red-purple color before it eventually returns to a fluffy white.

Release Date February 10, 2022
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