The salt-puff wingworm split from it's ancestor the twelve-winged worm and moved to Flisch Beach where there were no predators and plenty of salt puffs to feast upon. Their consists now of only salt puffs but, they may sometimes stray and eat other plants or leaves that wash up on the beach. With no predation in their new habitat the salt-puff wingworm has grown larger. Their wings have also changed, they still have twelve of them, but the ones that were used for gliding have shrunk and are now used for power to propel the salt-puff wingworm forward or ever backward like an Earth hummingbird. They have also developed a stronger mouth resembling a beak to help shred the leaves and the stem of the salt puff.