The onamor split from its ancestor. When some wolley ventured out to the Chum Tropical Bay, they found a place with no predators and no competition. During its evolution, the onamor has evolved to a larger size, it has evolved a second set of barbels that allow the onamor to sense movement better than its ancestor, and it has evolved a mouth that allows the onamor to suck up krillpedes and hitchhiker scuttlers. The onamor still has its ancestor's color-changing abilities, though now it can do a near perfect mimicking of its surroundings because its skin can now change into several color shapes and patterns all over its body. The onamor has also evolved flippers from its ancestor's tiny limbs. The onamor's body shape has also changed so that it can swim faster than its ancestor. The onamor tends to swim below the Chum Tropical Bay floor, where it hides from predators and snatches krillpedes that come near it. It also uses its glowing spots to find mates and once it mates, the father will take the eggs into its mouth and hide the hatchlings inside there for several weeks.