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#248 Yawelt

Yawelts are small reptiles that live in hot, dry deserts. They are extremely fast and use this speed to escape from predators. When a yawelt is hungry, it will enter a trance and move in whatever direction it is facing until it finds food. Even if it is surrounded by food and water, a yawelt can continue to move for days if they aren't directly in front of food. Because of their extreme tunnel vision, several popular children's stories about focus, drive, and relaxation are based on the common yawelt.

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