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The Urrid, (Singular Urrite) Are one of the A'via races, with many genetic similarities to Viana. There are only a small number of known colonies, the known largest being in an ancient ship on (Viana colony planet).
Much like the Viana, the Urrid have very similar physical characteristics to humans. The the only obvious structural difference being the ears and, to a lesser extent, the nose. They have skin tones that range throughout grayscale, very dark hair colors of brown, black, red, blue, and purple, and dull eye colors ranging from yellow, orange, and red.
The average Urrite lifespan is comparable to a Viana, but with little physical degradation until the final years of their life.
A minor note, an Urrites tonality is naturally louder than one might expect, capable of being heard by a human from a distance that a Viana would need an amplification device to be heard.
Most of the internal organs of an Urrite are simplified and streamlined compared t
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Day Thirteen of the Second Month:
It has become abundantly clear that we are not going home any time soon. It has been four days now since we arrived in this forest and still not a clue as to how we got here. Last time I checked there were no forests in the middle of the Makadikadi, so I can only conclude that we have been transported to another part of the world.
This phenomenon alone is worthy of note, and warrants further exploration and investigation but since we haven't seen a single aircraft flying overhead, any sign of civilization, or received any sort of signal on our GPS, such documentation must wait until we know exactly where in the world we are.
Fortunately, there is no shortage of wild fruit growing here. Without the presence of our biologist, we recognize very little of it, but it has not proven dangerous to consume thus far, unless there is some delayed effect we have yet to experience. T