The Stonehorn has split from its ancestor. They have obtained a stronger shell on its back that is almost as hard as rock, and now actually disguises itself as a rock, as well. The stonehorns in the Huggs Volcanic are smaller than the ones in the savanna because of the lack of vegetation but still feed on the waste of other creatures. The Huggs Volcanic subspecies also have a black coloring to blend with the soil. As stated before they have started to feed on flora.
The savanna stonehorns let the savanna dunghorn on their back to have predators get scared away by their smell. They now are a bit faster than their ancestor but have developed wind sensors on their horns. The horns are like their eyes, being very sensitive to the wind so if the wind gets faster, slower or stops it will stop and dig itself into the soil.
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