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Simiates

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A rare class of mountain-dwelling animals, Simiates have flexible but strong toes tipped in hooves, allowing them to gain purchase on even the steepest of slopes. Their floppy lip-hoods are used to store fat for their winter hibernation, providing more protection from the elements the thicker they become.
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NotXRAY0128's avatar
Sure look like they have a nasty bite
PeteriDish's avatar
wow awesome! are they predatory?
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Some larger, more robust species are, but most are primarily herbivores that suppliment their diet with Entomins and carrion.
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I am just asking because the teeth look quite brutal... =D