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Hadrids are large migratory herd animals native to the tropical regions of Epimethius. Most have legs of equal dominance, and these are typically the the largest species, some getting up to eight Tons. Some species have become bipedal, hopping like kangaroos while using their fore- and mid-legs to carry food and other materials back to their nests. And a few have hind legs adapted into simple poles to support their weight when they rear up to better present their extremely vibrant mating displays.
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Thanks! I was originally going to give them hoof-like feet, but when I placed them in the same cladistic group as the Pinnipterids, I thought that it might be interesting to have a ring of rods (like those that support the Pinnipterid wings) make up the feet. It will be more apparent in the prints/tracking guide sheet that I'm working on.