The netoris ukjaw split from it's ancestor, the great ukjaw. they have become small prey hunters eating small flying and aquatic fauna. They have evolved a webbing in between their mandibles and long thin spikes," like whales," to help hunt their prey. their lungs have continued develop and know their nostrils have a moderate sense of smell. Their hearing has also developed to better hear their prey. Over all they are slimmer and more agile then their ancestor to help them hunt too.
The netoris ukjaw swiftly roams the wetlands in search of food. When it has found suitable prey, it will suddenly become very still and then spring with amazing agility. When threatened the netoris ukjaw will raise its mandibles as high as it can and swing its head side to side using its webbing between its mandibles to make itself look bigger.
The netoris ukjaw will mate in the spring. The same as when they are threatened, the males will swing their head side to side displaying the webbing between their mandibles to attract females and ward off other males. After mating the parents will make a dirt nest constructed around protective plants. At birth the offspring look like premature versions of their parents. The mother will allow her offspring to follow her and feed off her catches.
They share the same language as their ancestors and can communicate with other related species.