Monday, April 11, 2011


A survivor of the hottest desert in all of Cretus, this hearty herbivore can withstand temperatures upwards of 130˚. The ridges on its back act as solar panels, providing it with photosynthetic nutrients essential for its survival. In fact, sunlight is so important for these creatures that they often spend days on end basking in the sun, foraging for plants and water only on cooler days. Specimens from the outer boundaries of the desert are generally smaller due to less sunlight.

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