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Page creatorimported>Dass
Date of page creation20:38, 23 September 2008
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The carpozoa gusherwurm split from the crimson gusherwurm. It has specified in drinking the red iron rich blood of species from the carpozoa kingdom. It is slightly larger than its ancestor and has a smoother exoskeleton. It is blind and must seek out blood using its 3 green nostrils. Like its ancestor gusherwurms feed on the blood of its victims and are capable of both feeding on living or dead creatures, although gusherwurms prefer to hunt living prey. When a gusherwurm feeds on a living individual it will inject a mild sedative via it's mouth. It will do this in an attempt to impair the creature allowing it more time to feed. All gusherwurms have a similar larval stage that will feed on only iron until it's jaws and mouth are developed enough to penetrate the skin of its prey. It directly competes with its ancestor, however it ancestor has more varied diet than it so it still can survive.
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