Robust Rainforest Ukjaw

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Robust Rainforest Ukjaw
(Gemmidorsiuksip durusproeliator)
Artwork of Robust Rainforest Ukjaw
Species is extinct.
27/166, Loss of habitat
Creator Rhinobot Other
Gemmidorsiuksip durusproeliator
Week/Generation 24/152
Habitat Darwin Rocky, Darwin Boreal, Darwin Temperate Rainforest
Size 77 cm Long
Support Unknown
Diet Carnivore (Plentshirshu, Barkback, Dracisketter, Golden Earback, Sailback Flunejaw, Mountain Flunejaw, Rainforest Flunejaw, Arboreal Flunejaw, Grovecrystal Krugg, Common Fraboo), Scavenger
Respiration Unknown
Thermoregulation Unknown
Reproduction Sexual, Two Sexes, Hard-Shell Eggs in Dirt Nest
Descendant of Ancestor of

The robust rainforest ukjaw split from it's ancestor, the great ukjaw. They have spread southern forest regions of Darwin. Their lung have continued to develop, but not much since they live in the oxygen rich forest. They have also gained a moderate sense of smell. the robust rainforest ukjaw has grown large and now walks with it's tail.

The robust rainforest ukjaw are muscular and solitary creatures who spend their time roaming the forests. One major thing that has happened is that they know eat the flunejaw and earback of the forests. they usually sit around grovecrystals knowing that most of their depend on them. With their amazing camouflage, the wait prey to come. When it does they stay still until the prey is very close to them. Then they spit power stomach acid in the face of their prey hitting vital organs like eyes, ears, or sensitive skin and let the creature run away in pain. the ukjaw will then slow follow the creature until the injures become very bad to the creature is extremely weak or dies. If the prey is weak, the ukjaw will bit it on the throat and suffocate it. There is usually leftovers and often share each others kills. Since they eat dead prey and share food, disease spread quickly. This means that the population have very good immune systems.

The robust rainforest ukjaws will come together to find mates during the spring. The males will brawl and intimidate rivals. After mating they will build dirt nest surround by plants. At birth they look like premature versions of the adults. The mother will let her offspring feed of her kills.

They use the language of their ancestors and can usually can communicate with other species.

Living Relatives (click to show/hide)

These are randomly selected, and organized from lowest to highest shared taxon. (This may correspond to similarity more than actual relation)
  • Desert Ukjaw (family Raptoriuksipidae)
  • Netoris Ukjaw (order Euateleioterata)
  • Snoronk (superorder Ateleioterata)
  • Ukrequin (class Arachnopoda)