The wading capiri is the split from the beach capiri but still co-exists with it during breeding season. They have not completely driven it's ancestor to extinction, but, because they are much swifter in the water, they have driven the capispine in the area to extinction. The wading capiri has adapted to a life similar to Earth's seals. They live solitary lives except when they mate. Each year, the males compete with each other in a competition of vitality. Two males will pump blood to their crests, with the winner decided by whichever one makes the most impressive display. They are less aggressive as their ancestor because they do not need to fight for territory or mates as much.