The trisoilbeast split from its ancestor and inhabited the soil of eastern Glicker. It evolved a hard cell wall enabling it to surviving from the humidity in the soil solely. It has gained its name because comparing to its ancestor and its prey, the nixoutine, it is colossal about 20 times its size. It feeds on them by using its front flagella that evolved to become a hunting tentacle that sticks little cells to its hairs and then consumes them. Its back tentacle is used as a propeller tail moving around through the sand like a worm. It still has three huge nuclei, two identical ones and a single larger one used for the mitosis instead of having to split all three like its ancestor did, a very complex action that often failed making both mother and daughter cell die. Therefore young trisoilbeasts have a single nucleus and grow the two others in a few minutes (their life span is about an hour). It didn’t spread past the cold alpines, rockies, and taigas and to the hot desert as it can not live in such harsh environments.