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To start this new chapter on the book of life that has been written on the small planet of ANU, I present you a new phylum: the Plurocorata.
The Plurocorata represent a large array of diversification across both of the polar forests of the planet, something that can be an indication of how old the phylum is and how it has scattered across the land. They’re not as common on the equator of ANU as Pilocorporea, mainly for not standing very good against the solar radiation.
Their main characteristics are: majority of the phylum has sexual dimorphism in divided in two sexes where its reproduction is mainly through budding; their bodies are segmented on “cores” that act individually and, under right conditions, are used as pods to sprung newborns. They live in large groups and are divided in two sexes, that are:
Matrix: usually the larger and stronger of the two, the matrix is mainly responsible for securing territory, harness water and give birth to the offspring. Usually there is only a single matrix for a group, and it is "served" by the opposite sex, the Drone.
Drone: Drones are responsible for hunting, gathering and the transportation of resources from around the territory to the Matrix. The drone that is the most successful at its tasks is rewarded with reproductive privileges with the Matrix. While they are smaller and the name 'drone' carries a autonomous and mindless connotation, that couldn't be farther from the truth: Drones usually have a more developed “brain” focused on problem solving and communication. These skills are necessary for the exploratory nature of its biological function.
Offasaltus angelesii are tripodal creatures from the Quadrucorata subphylum, on a family called Exogenua. They live pretty much as antelopes on the breezy fields of the Walace’s Forests.
small note: The Plurocorata has first appeared on this piece.