The walking karyowee replaced its ancestor the karyowee. Now being on land more and more it eventually evolved stronger limbs for walking and a shorter tail. It no longer swims and spends all its time on land grazing on the purple flora of the high desert and high grassland. It no longer eats meat. It is a light purple to blend in with the purple flora it eats. Males have a green back and tail while the females are purple. The reason why the males are green is so they can attract a mate. They will mate in the summer when its warmer and food is abundant.
They will use their horn to dig in the dirt to make their burrows. They will not only sleep in them but will lay their eggs in it. Each burrow connects to other walking karyowee. They have broodcare for their eggs. It can get very cold in the high desert so the offspring are kept underground until they are adults. Adults have a protective layer of blubber on their bodies as well as they feather crests and tail.