The plentsnapper evolved from the panibleoxus. It climbs onto trees like the shallowpalm and waits for a flying plent to show up. When the plent is near enough, the plentsnapper bends its head backwards and snaps at the plent to eat it. Plentsnappers mainly feed on flying plents, but can also eat worms. Due to their "lazy" way of living, they don't need much energy and they can sit on a tree for weeks until a plent shows up. They don't even have to come down to lay their eggs in the water. Sometimes a shallowpalm collects enough rainwater between its segments to grow some plentsnapper larvae. The plentsnapper is 50 centimeters long (including the tail), and it lives mainly in the swamp, but also in some parts of the forest; it can actually be found everywhere the shallowpalm grows. It can still change its skin color like its ancestor.
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