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#233 Pewarra

On the plains near the city, you can find the wingless pewarras that live in large herds, best known for their concave skeleton and recognizable gait. When threatened by a predator, pewarras will huddle together in a large circle and take turns making noises to scare the predator away. Depending on the herd and their range of possible sounds, this defense mechanism can be extremely effective — or ineffective.

Release Date August 17, 2022
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