Woolly Bambelin

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Woolly Bambelin
(Barbatoxenoapis abhörgerät)
Main image of Woolly Bambelin
Species is extinct.
19/125, Loss of Food (Ice Comet Impact Event)
Information
CreatorDacmat22 Other
Week/Generation18/119
HabitatIttiz-Nuke Boreal
Size10 cm Wingspan
Primary MobilityUnknown
SupportExoskeleton (Chitin)
DietNectarivore (Coneleaf Bloomworm)
RespirationSemi-Active (Unidirectional Tracheae)
ThermoregulationHeterotherm (Basking, Muscle-Generated Heat)
ReproductionHermaphrodite, Eggs
Taxonomy
Domain
Kingdom
Subkingdom
Phylum
Class
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Order
Suborder
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Species
Eukaryota
Binucleozoa
Symbiovermes (info)
Thoracocephalia
Optidorsalia
Polyptera (info)
Cataleipoptera
Membranopennes
Xenoapoidea
Paraxenoapidae
Barbatoxenoapis
Barbatoxenoapis abhörgerät
Ancestor:Descendants:

The woolly bambelin has replaced its ancestor. Not much has changed from this creature except for mating and feeding habits. It has two diffrent types of chemical reaction that help it live in its environment. With the snoe that have become part of its ecosystem it has a way of defending its self. The first way would be with its shell that has become harder not that it helps much because of the fact of the Snoa having an immensity strong bite force. So it has developed another way by mixing a chemical and H2O that can make its tongue very hot. It also has something like sweat glands but instead they are used to release a sticky chemical that lets them stick onto the side wile there tongues collect the nectar. The males will use there fur to show off to the females and the one with the most hair get choice of female.

Living Relatives (click to show/hide)

These are randomly selected, and organized from lowest to highest shared taxon. (This may correspond to similarity more than actual relation)
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    Hagulbee (family Paraxenoapidae)
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    Xenobees (superfamily Xenoapoidea)
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    Darbola (suborder Membranopennes)
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    Clickworm (order Cataleipoptera)
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    Tropoworm (subclass Polyptera)