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BASE: Baby or Child Haaloman

Ambrivans are a closed species created by me, Lantiis aka E. Whittaker.

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About Baby or Child Haaloman
Babies and children, while they have wings, do not necessarily mean they can fly or fly well. They are also very fuzzy (fuzzier than their parents). Their traits are a mix of their parents traits, their hands and feet are a bit overly large making them extra clumsy on land, but their muscles are very well developed allowing them to cling to things with easy and without fear. Most babies are not as colorful as their parents tho their colors will brighten with age. Babies and children often do not wear any clothing.

Trait Rarity Guidelines and Physiology/Lore
Haaloman Traits by iLantiis  Haaloman Physiology and LorePhysiology
Haalomans are shorter and light-weight with semi-hollow bones. Their petite stature ranges from 3' 5" tall to 5' tall. They have clawed hands and feet for perching and grabbing onto rocky terrain. All of them have ruffed neck feathers as well. Males and females can have feathers coming off their ear-holes (they do not have protruding ears). Haalomans also do not have noses - just nostrils under a hardened flap of down skin. Females have visible breasts but no nipples. Males also have no nipples. Males have a bony protrusion to allow for inseminating females. Females lay up to 3 eggs. Haalomans are direct descendants of Ambrivans, and have similar anatomy for their body. They excrete waste from their body through a hole in their pelvic region near their reproductive organs.
Haalomans age fairly slowly. After hatching, younglings won't get their feathers or flight wings for a year. Then it is another 3 years before they age to adulth

Some Baby/Child Examples

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