Ora Koral Crystal
The ora koral crystal replaced its ancestor to inhabit the Jujube Ocean coastline of north Glicker. It has gained its name from the Latin world “ora” meaning coastline. After the gamma ray disaster a mutation occupied destroying its outer layer. Later with no stickyballs in Glicker the growth of the crystal koral became untamed. The ora koral crystal grows in massive numbers like a hedge between the beach and coast. Some of them also grow in deeper waters in the coast though because competition there with the green crystals makes them less successful there. Without any outer layer they are only consumers feeding on the microorganisms in the sand and coast. They became specialized in this activity by evolving tiny inner webs of hatches that allow the nutrients to get too all the parts of the crystal, a primitive vascular system.