Azelak Sprinter

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Azelak Sprinter
(Didymodontotherium desertis)
Artwork of Azelak Sprinter
Species is extinct.
15/101, gamma ray burst
Creator Nuclearchinchila Other
Taxonomy
Domain
Kingdom
Phylum
Superclass
Class
Subclass
Order
Family
Genus
Species
Eukaryota
Carpozoa
Spondylozoa
Anisoscelida
Caudapodia
Acaudapodia
Chamaeliferia
Chamaelipellidae
Didymodontotherium
Didymodontotherium desertis
Week/Generation 6/36
Habitat Huggs-Yokto Desert
Size 1.5 m Long
Primary Mobility Unknown
Support Endoskeleton (Bone)
Diet Herbivore (Bubble Cactus)
Respiration Active (Lungs)
Thermoregulation Endotherm (Fur)
Reproduction Sexual, lays hard shelled eggs in nests, two sexes
Descendant of Ancestor of


Those azelaks residing in the alpine habitat grew greatly in number, due to a lack of predators. This led some to live further away from the central alpine region and into the western desert. They began to eat the bubbles off of the bubble cactus but, that being the main source of food for other creatures such as the nobomaton, it lowered the abundance of the cactus. So the azelak began to feed on some of the plant-like plents. This allowed for the regrowth of lost bubble cactus organisms.


They became the azelak sprinter, a slightly larger, leaner azelak that runs faster than almost all other creatures in the desert region. Its strong tail has grown larger and, when hunting prey, will give the azelak an extra powerful boost, propelling it forward faster and onto its prey. Though now partially carnivorous, the azelak sprinter still eats plants such as the bubble cactus. Its "teeth" are actually a curved and serrated row of bone-like material on the top and bottom of its mouth. These serrated rows have few pain-receptive nerves in them and can heal themselves in case they are broken. Its coloring has become more of a sandy color, but it still holds some of its old fur coloring. The fur helps keep the azelak cool in the desert, like Earth's camel. The azelak sprinter is about the size of a small deer.

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)
  • Gnawsferatu (class Caudapodia)