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(Allonaias ambulofleo)
Artwork of Amplafeo
Species is extinct.
19/125, ice comet impact event
Creator Huckbuck Other
Allonaias ambulofleo
Week/Generation 16/106
Habitat Russ River, North Tundra, Yokto Rocky
Size 2.2 m Long
Support Unknown
Diet Carnivore (Ruskarp, Russian Swarmer, Russian Clubtail, Vegehopper)
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Sexual, hard-shelled eggs (broodcare), two sexes

The amplafeo replaced the pappopanton. The amplafeo groups often have certain places which they uses as "homes", where they lay their eggs and mate. This homes are kept in groups for very long periods of time since the kids never really leave their parents, they stay in the group, mate and build their own nest. The amplafeo is very protective of their home and have therefore evolved their limbs to be much stronger, in fact their limbs are now strong enough to support their whole weight with some support of the tail. They have lost some size to be lighter, making it easier to walk on legs. The tail has evolved a flat end on its tip to make it work as a third leg if need to balance or to support weight. The amplafeo still slides on the ice though since even though walking is much faster, it is very exhausting for the amplafeo due to its body fat. This new movement mechanism is also effective when hunting the very common vegehopper. It has also changed its way of swimming slightly, since the huge limbs are in the way a bit. It now keeps the limbs among the sides, flapping them as well as the tail, bending the head forward. This is a effective method of swimming, so the amplafeo is still hunting some in the water. Due to competition the amplafeo is now only carnivore since its strong enough to win over the karyowee even though its smaller in the hunt for sea creatures as well as being the only creature who eats the vegehopper, while the flora is harder to find and live on. Not eating any flora has let the amplafeo to develop the teeth used to crack glassballs into a few small teeth which is all it needs to kill and eat the small creatures it eats. The breeding system as well as the communication system works as before.

Living Relatives (click to show/hide)

These are randomly selected, and organized from lowest to highest shared taxon. (This may correspond to similarity more than actual relation)
  • Sticky Urphish (phylum Konydonta)