The snark is a descendant of the carpotesta luceremundare serpentes. It's a little bit bigger than its ancestor. It hunts alone for beakworms and other little animals. Other than the carpotesta luceremundare serpentes, it lives at the surface of the water, where more prey lives. It uses its 4 paddles to float around the sea and to look for prey. When it has found it, it starts to orbit its prey, until it's close enough. Then it uses its tailfin to spurt at its prey. This is so fast, that nearly no beakworm can escape. When the food is scarce, many snarks can form a pride together and attack bigger prey, such as young strainbeans.
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