Commonly mistaken as large, black boulders, glorbons rarely ever move except to subtly shape small cavities at the base of their bulbous body. They then secrete a sweet-smelling fragrance to lure small critters into the holes, where they are quickly trapped and absorbed by the glorbon. Their extremely-slow metabolism allows glorbons to go years between meals. Although they are extremely hardy and durable, they also have no active defense mechanism and therefore fall prey to the more persistent of predators, such as humans. Glorbon chitin is often used in construction, providing great insulation and support.
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