The plenther split off from the bearhog plent. The plenther, despite its name, shares very little in common with an Earth panther, physically speaking. It is a solitary hunter living in the Huggs Rainforest, eating forest roamers. They stalk their prey using their camouflaged bodies, and, when attacking, they will go right for the throat, using its strong pallet-jaw to puncture a hole in the airway. Because they have weak primitive bones, they have to use stealth to catch their prey, as any fight could be fatal. The two leaves have moved to the rear of the back and now flank the air hole. When hunting, they are kept flat to avoid being spotted. They are used for show during mating season, and the more colorful, the more desirable. The ends of their feet have reshaped, and while not technically separate toes, they work much in the same manner. About halfway down each limb is a thick patch of skin, which works similar to another foot, to allow it to crawl closer to the ground. Its hearing and eyesight have also improved. They are about 0.8 - 1 meter high.