The scraping beakworm split from the koral beakworm to feed on a new food source, the hitchhiker hydroglobes. As the shores and Jujubee ocean started to get filled with these sticky creatures and even brought a certain number of species to become endangered like the urstar and diamiboard beakworm, some koral beakworms of the Somarinoa Coast started to feed on these. In terms of metabolism little changes were needed as their ancestors fed on the hitchhicker hydroglobes’ relatives, the stickyballs. Still the sleeping cloud the hitchhicker hydroglobes released became a serious problem to the scraping beakworm. Therefore it has evolved a few adaptations. First in order to avoid unneeded contact with the hitchhicker hydroglobes that release their materials when they came in touch with hosts skin they have grown long neck and long beaks. Their beaks also became sharp mainly at the sides allowing the scraping beakworm to scrape their prey off the diamiboards. Finally they have learned to search for the drowsy creatures in order to spot the time the clouds are released, to wait for a few hours, and then to return to the same spot knowing the chances more clouds will be released are much smaller.