Some pluzzurds returned to the water of the uninhabited Huggs River. They now swarm in large groups with their mouths open eating large amounts of green microbes. Interestingly, over generations the species has become asexual. This is because in the early days of the species, the mutation of being asexual meant that these creatures could reproduce quicker than the sexual swents and quickly replaced them. Each individual has all parts necessary for reproduction. This means if the population is low, they can clone themselves quickly, and if the population is high, they can mate, crossing information. Mating is a slower process but enables genetic variation. The species has also adapted to eat the microbes in the water. Its beak has evolved into a kind of net, designed to filter out the microbes from the water.