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#097 Whalewalker

These hulking creatures once dominated the long-lost oceans. As the heat wave intensified and oceans began to evaporate, the first whalewalker ancestors adapted their way onto land. Whalewalkers lay down and open their gigantic mouth, then remain still for days at a time to lure in bugs and other small animals before chomping down for a calorie-packed bite. They live lonely, frequently-migrating lives.

Release Date April 03, 2022
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