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Gorods

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Gorods (aka Knuckle Walkers) are natives of Epimethius' tropical Feather and Down Plains. Some stay near water sources to feed on aquatic plants, while others wander the open spaces in search of plumeboo and fernthers.
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PeteriDish's avatar
I love the concept of hoods! would some of their relatives use them for a similar purpose as sacks of marsupials?
Biofauna25's avatar
You know, that never really occured to me... I think I'll add that to some of the species that display parental care.
Thank you! :D
PeteriDish's avatar
really? that's awesome! :) glad I could (ever so slightly) contribute to your amazing project! =)
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Awesome!
Does the one on the right rub its fingers on its chest to emit sounds?
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Like a living washboard. :) This is actually a competitive behavior between males looking for the approval a mate; whoever makes the loudest scraping/clacking for the longest is deemed the winner. These contests can go on for well over an hour.
juniorWoodchuck's avatar
That’s a pretty clever idea and not that far-fetched considering all the animals on earth that make sounds in similar manners.
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