The mux waxface split from its ancestor the jaydoh waxface. As larger creatures evolved in the Jaydoh Desert, so did the waxeface. Continuing it's desert life style, it has developed stronger legs, lungs, and nostrils. The nostrils have moved up and towards the front of the face to pick up more useful scent. It's body has changed colors so that the upper part of it's body looks like the night sky while the lower part of it's body looks like the rusty sand of the desert. It's tusks have grown larger to cut through meat.
They are still mainly nocturnal hunters, but now hunt partially in the day. Their quilltail hunting tactics have evolved and now search during the day for their burrows and dig the quilltail out with their tusks while still hunting them at night. Along with the quilltail, they now hunt scaleback tamow as their second food source. They will hunt the scaleback tamow at day and mostly night for the advantage of the scalback tamow being asleep. Instead of suffocating it's pray, it will puncture the throat with it's tusks for a faster and easier kill. With quiltails, they will keep for themselves, but with scaleback tamow, they will share the kill with others. Since they can not eat the scaleback tamow whole, they will cut pieces of meat to swallow with their tusks. They rarely hunt for plated limbless or scavenge. They mainly do this in times of little food.
They live in tight packs of five to six individuals. They breed and raise their young the same way as their ancestors, but do not force the offspring to leave the pack as much.