Earlbit

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Earlbit
(Capralagus cornupugna)
Main image of Earlbit
Species is extinct.
22/?, unknown cause
Information
CreatorTheBigDeepCheatsy Other
Week/Generation18/120
HabitatOvi-Hydro Plains, Ovi-Hydro High Grassland
Size75 cm Tall
Primary MobilityUnknown
SupportEndoskeleton (Unjointed Wood)
DietHerbivore (Orbiflor, Vandriswoop, Flightberry berries, Windbulb), Coprophagic (Dung and Feces)
RespirationActive (lungs)
ThermoregulationEndotherm (Fatty Lumps)
ReproductionSexual, Live Birth, Two Sexes, Fast breeder with many babies
Taxonomy
Domain
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Class
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Species
Eukaryota
Viridisagania
Mancerxa
Phytozoa (info)
Chloropodia (info)
Phyllauria (info)
Phytoboves
Lagomancerximorpha (info)
Lipodermolagoi
Capralagidae
Capralagus
Capralagus cornupugna
Ancestor:Descendants:

The earlbit split from the sulfuric nobit and moved into the Ovi-Hydro Plains and Ovi-Hydro High Grassland. Due to the fact that there is no sulfur in the plains, its butt-nostrils are now completely used to take in large quantities of oxygen, which allow it to run long distances. Since it has a higher metabolism, this causes it to live about 15–18 years, which is less longer than its ancestor. In order to survive in the plains, the earlbit has also become taller, it has longer ears that allow it to hear better, and it has purple coat that helps blend in with the vegetation.

The earlbit's front horns are used to fight off predators and other males, while the back horns protect its rear from any predators that will sneak up from behind. A male earlbit's ranking is determined by the size of its "fat-beard", the bigger, the higher the ranking. Its "fat-beard" gets bigger through successful battles, but gets smaller when it loses battles. The earlbit lives in groups consisting of 5-8 members. An earlbit's group is led by a single male, while the rest are females.

When offspring are born, they are raised by the females and the male helps young males learn how to battle other earlbits. Once the offspring grow up, they leave the group and go out to start another. Sometimes rival males will come and battle with leaders to try to take over. If successful, the male will drive male offspring out. Usually the male offspring will die alone. However, on the occasion, young males will manage to survive, but become rogue earlbits, which are extremely aggressive and if successful in battle, will kill rival males.

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)
  • Chut Snorkpiper (superorder Lagomancerximorpha)
  • Darth Shroom Herder (class Phyllauria)