Newly founded, the Universal Adoption Centre is proud to open its doors and announce the first collection of otherworldly creatures in need of loving homes. The registered and named species known as Abrixanykus has only just finished the incubation and raising period, with each subspecies variant now in adolescence. Care needs to be taken as although our research has indicated that they have finished growing, some may continue. We cannot give certainty due to the specified species rarity. Please read below before considering adoption.
Stating Bid = $25
Minimum Increase = $5
Auto Buy = $75
Winning buyers will receive the following -
- Full resolution JPG of the creature (5000px x 2608px) with abstract background shown above but without the watermark -
- 2 transparent PNGs with no background, one with shadow and one without.
Payment is via Paypal and auctions will end 48 hours after the starting bid unless Auto Buy is invoked. Please comment below under the specified comment to bid and remain in the comment chain. Files will be sent after payment and must be received within 3 days after winning the bid or you will lose your creature!
After receiving your adopt you will have full usage for PERSONAL use only. Commercial rights can be bought separately if this is what you are interested in.
An isolated batch of four eggs were discovered in the 3344.24 Quadrant on a planet that despite vast vegetation only seemed to be inhabited by somewhat aggressive insects. After a long and extensive hands on research with the flora, we came to the theory that all other wildlife had died out due to a rather high level of poisonous and odorless gases coming from most of the plants themselves. Thankfully, the eggs were unharmed due to them being in a protective stasis, seemingly a survival trait.
After testing the eggs in different atmospheres they finally displayed activity whilst being kept very warm in an environment that replicated our own.
Anatomy and Diet -
Abrixanykus has proven to be perfectly evolved to catch prey mid-air with impressive wingspans and maneuverability. With incredibly sharp and powerful claws, long and sturdy gripping talons on each wing and a hard as steel hook-like chin, they are well equipped for mid-air combat. They have proven able to take down flying targets much larger than themselves.
Despite their predatory structure, they are in fact omnivorous and can sustain on local fruits and certain types of vegetation.
Their skin is hard enough to protect from most threats but surprisingly to the touch feels like warm velvet. The glowing patterns displayed both on their frills and the inner wings are theorized to attract mates or to display joy and excitement. If their colour dims it usually means they are agitated or unsettled. Expect this to occur during the first few days of introducing your very own Abrixanykus to their new home.
The vibrant coloured flames that constantly emit from their elbows, heels and tail are in fact an evolutionary trait. This allows them to continuously and effortlessly expel built-up lactic acids from their system in the form of an odorless, lukewarm flame-like substance, thus allowing them to fly for incredibly long periods.
Abrixanykus are intelligent, loving and very loyal. They are known to desire to always stay near their carer as they are inherently protective. Don't be surprised if you your Abrixanykus finds comfort in walking just a bit behind you rather than beside or in front, as they simply wish to keep you in their line of sight whilst guarding your blind spot. They love to learn and thrive on being trained new tricks and meeting new people or species. They especially love meeting and befriending dogs and other reptiles.