The bottomleaf split from its ancestor the shroom-thief plent when some migrated to the north seeking new food sources. There in the black-flora forest they adapted to a new lifestyle of mostly spending their days outside the ground. Like their ancestor they still dig burrows and tunnels using their sharp claws though they only stay there at night time and keep their young there. Their photosynthesis abilities have improved once more as they use their photosynthesis sails on their bottoms as another energy source. This is so critical for their survival they will often take their young for short sun-baths; in order to help their sails grow well and help them gain more energy for their growth. Their main food source is the fruity bluestalks fruits though they are also insectivores feeding on mainly on the scavengundi and on other flying critters. They still have a thick skin that helps protect them from the scavengundis bites. They evolved long snouts in order to avoid being bitten in critical areas like their ears or eyes when feeding on aggressive insectoids. For this reason their ears have grown smaller though their hearing is still a critical sense. The males of this species live alone while the females live in small groups of 3-6 females in underground burrows protecting their young together and mating for life in this group. They live an average of 4 years. They are quite agile and stealthy.