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Louie's Notes
He likes to eat bugs.

General Differences

In the demo descriptions, all words in the scientific name and family classification entries are capitalized. This was changed in the final description so that only the first word is capitalized
("Oculus Kageyamii Russus" becomes "Oculus kageyamii russus").

Interesting Changes

014 - Watery Blowhog

Demo Final
A variant subspecies of the
fiery blowhog, the spitty
blowhog lacks several of the
dominant genes necessary for
the production of fire-
producing catalysts, and thus
expels jets of the
nonflammable liquid. This
subspecies appears to have
only recently evolved, but the
hereditary traits of this variant
are dominant and highly robust,
so its population is rapidly
increasing.
A variant subspecies of the
fiery blowhog, the watery
blowhog lacks several of the
dominant genes necessary for
the production of fire-
producing catalysts, and thus
expels jets of the
nonflammable liquid. This
subspecies appears to have
only recently evolved. However,
the hereditary traits of this
variant are dominant and highly
robust, so its population is
rapidly increasing.

In the early description (but not in the actual enemy name), the Watery Blowhog is referred to by its earlier name, the Spitty Blowhog.

016 - Decorated Cannon Beetle

Demo Final
Granitus Chukkulinae Decorum Granitus decorum

The demo description includes a species name and a subspecies name.

018 - Withering Blowhog

Demo Final
The withering blowhog is a close
relative of the puffy blowhog,
but its breath is significantly
weaker. However, its breath does
contain a petal-withering
ethylene-like plant hormone that
causes flowers to instantly
lose their petals. Although its
breath has not been studied in
detail, analysis of the chemical
compounds involved hold great
promise for the biotechnology
sector.
The withering blowhog is a close
relative of the puffy blowhog,
but its breath is significantly
weaker. However, its breath
does contain a petal-withering
plant hormone that causes
flowers to instantly lose their
petals. Although its breath has
not been studied in detail,
analysis of the chemical
compounds involved hold great
promise for the biotechnology
sector.

The early script describes the plant hormone as ethylene-like. This detail isn't present in the final text.

022 - Doodlebug

Demo Final
Scarabeidae Flatularum Pilli flatularum

In the early description, the Doodlebug is in a different genus than the other beetles. This isn't the case in the final version.
The early script is also missing its family classification.

Demo Final
While life forms that excrete foul
musks to warn of danger are not
rare, the doodlebug is the only
species known to release
"flatulence" when active above
ground.
While life-forms that excrete
foul musks to warn of danger are
not rare, the doodlebug is the
only species known to release
flatulence when active above
ground.

Along with reformatting, the unnecessary "quotation marks" were removed.

023 - Female Sheargrub

Demo Final
Shear Grub (Female) Sheargrub (Female)

The incorrect spacing of the name was fixed.

024 - Male Sheargrub

Demo Final
Shear Grub (Male) Sheargrub (Male)

And again.

027 - Ravenous Whiskerpillar

Demo Final
Fuzzy Whiskerpillar Ravenous Whiskerpillar

The only major name change, this enemy still uses its early name.

029 - Mitite

Demo Final
Mitivius Mitivius infiltratus

The Mitite is missing its species name.

042 - Toady Bloyster

The demo script is missing the scientific name and family classification of this enemy.

044 - Wollywog

Demo Final
Ichthyosa Albino Amphicaris albino

In the early script, the Wollywog is not in the Yellow Wollywog's genus, but the Water Dumple's!

045 - Wogpole

Demo Final
Ichthyosa Felinis Amphicaris frodendum

The Wogpole has the same scientific name as the Water Dumple in the demo text. This is probably a mistake.

046 - Lapis Lazuli Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

047 - Crimson Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

048 - Golden Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

049 - Violet Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

050 - Ivory Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

051 - Queen Candypop Bud

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

Demo Final
The number of seeds shot out
matches the number of Pikmin
tossed in. It can be said that
this is a completely baffling
plant, and many mysteries remain
over precisely what sort of
relationship it has with the
Pikmin.
 
The number of seeds shot out
is always greater than the
number of Pikmin thrown in.
It can be said that this is a
completely baffling plant, and
many mysteries remain over
precisely what sort of
relationship it has with the
Pikmin.

The demo states some incorrect information on how the Queen Candypop Bud functions. Perhaps this is evidence of earlier behavior?

056 - Mamuta

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

Demo Final
Mamuta Unknown

Different scientific name for this thing.

Demo Final
Feeding on the seeds and fruits
of plants, the mamuta is known
to actually sow and grow plant
species for this purpose. While
other species have exhibited
seed-burying behavior for the
purpose of storage, the mamuta
is the only species so far known
to actually cultivate fields of
plants and even clip undesirable
branches so as to fatten fruit on
other parts of the tree.
Feeding on seeds and fruit,
the mamuta is known to actually
sow and grow plant species.
While other species have
exhibited seed-burying behavior
for the purpose of storage, the
mamuta is the only species so
far known to actually cultivate
fields of plants.
 
 
 

Some behavioral information on the Mamuta was removed from the final script, depriving Mamuta fansites everywhere of important biological data.

058 - Pellet Posy

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

059 - Common Glowcap

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

060 - Glowstem

The early description has no scientific name or family classification for this plant.

Demo Final
This resembles the technology
behind the LED (Lightning
Eedesu) dual terminals, but does
not exhibit the doppler pushing
characteristic of dual terminals.
It is possible that this could be
a relic of some unknown
civilization beyond our
imagination.
Although they are obviously
unrelated, the glowstem bears a
striking resemblence to the
street lights on Hocotate. It is
highly possible that glowstems
could be a relic of some unknown
civilization beyond the scope of
our imagination.
 

The first half of this description was entirely rewritten, leaving out a reference to LED dual terminals that apparently have doppler pushing capabilities.

061 - Clover

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

062 - Figwort

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

063 - Dandelion

The early description has no scientific name or family classification for this plant.

064 - Seeding Dandelion

The early description has no scientific name or family classification for this plant.

065 - Horsetail

The early description has no scientific name or family classification for this plant.

066 - Foxtail

The early description has no scientific name or family classification for this plant.

Demo Final
However, local
soil analysis indicates trace
amounts of areopashigraph,
making it not hard to imagine
that the area was thick with
these plants in the summer.
However, local
soil analysis indicates trace
amounts of dormant seeds,
making it not hard to imagine
that the area was thick with
these plants in the summer.

It's not clear if "areopashigraph" is a terrible romanization or something NOA just made up, or both, but it's not in the final game. It's fun to say, though. Areopashigraph.

067 - Margaret

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

068 - Fiddlehead

The demo script is missing the scientific name of this plant.

072 - Beady Long Legs

The demo script is missing the family classification of this creature.

079 - Segmented Crawbster

Demo Final
Its asymmetric
physical development is unique
in the natural world. Initial
observation suggests this
creature adheres to a pattern
of peaceful, quiet behavior, but
in fact it exhibits intensely
hostile tendencies, aiming at
targets and ramming them at
full speed.
 
 
Its asymmetric
physical development is unique
in the natural world. One unlucky
explorer's incorrect conclusion
that this creature adheres to a
pattern of peaceful, quiet
behavior led to an unfortunate
incident. In fact, this beast
exhibits intensely hostile,
aggressive tendencies, aiming at
prey and ramming them at full
speed.

The creature's aggressive behavior was changed from being found through careful observation to some poor explorer being charged at.


The Other Changes

Hope you like formatting changes.

001 - Red Bulborb

Demo Final
As with most grub-dogs, its
cranium comprises half of the
organism's length and girth.
As with most grub-dogs, the
creature's cranium comprises
half of its total length and girth.

004 - Dwarf Red Bulborb

Demo Final
groundbreaking new research
indicates that this creature
is in fact a member of the
breadbug family. A close relative
of the vanilla breadbug, it
escapes predation through
mimicry. Unique adaptation of the
red bulborb's crimson coloration
allows the species to safely
commingle.
groundbreaking new research
indicates that this creature
is in fact a member of the
breadbug family. A close relative
of the vanilla breadbug, it
escapes predation through
mimicry. Unique adaptation of
the red bulborb's crimson
coloration allows the species to
safely commingle.

007 - Spotty Bulbear

Demo Final
A mid-size subspecies within the
grub-dog family, the spotty
bulbear's unique feeding habits
set it apart from other
grub-dogs.
A midsize subspecies within the
grub-dog family, the spotty
bulbear's unique feeding habits
set it apart from other
grub-dogs.

This sentence was dehyphenated, which is not a word. But it should be.

008 - Dwarf Bulbear

Demo Final
A grub-dog larva in its third
stage of development, its body
structure is nearing maturation.
However, unlike mature bulbears,
it has yet to claim its own patrol
route, and thus is dependent
upon its parent for guarding
direction.
A grub-dog larva in its third
stage of development, this
creature's body structure is
nearing maturation. However,
unlike mature bulbears, it has yet
to claim its own patrol route, and
thus is dependent upon its
parent for guarding direction.

009 - Bulborb Larva

Demo Final
As its name implies, this creature
is a bulborb in an early stage of
development. Its distinct bulborb
coloration has yet to appear, but
it already exhibits other uniquely
bulborb characteristics, and is
capable of hunting nourishment
independently, without the help
of its parents.
 
As its name implies, this
creature is a bulborb in an early
stage of development. Its
distinct bulborb coloration has
yet to appear, but it already
exhibits other uniquely bulborb
characteristics. It is capable
of hunting nourishment
independently without the help
of its parents.

012 - Bulbmin

Demo Final
Unlike Pikmin that nest
in Pikmin Onions, this
parasitic relative spends its life
inside the body of a host, usually
a bulborb. Juveniles fall in line
and mimic the actions of their
parent until maturing to full
independence. By burying its
root-like limbs into the nervous
system of the host bulborb and
infusing it with natural hormonal
excretions, the Pikmin is able to
control virtually all functions of
the host.
Unlike Pikmin that nest in Pikmin
Onions, this parasitic relative
spends its life inside the body of
a host, usually a bulborb.
Juveniles fall in line and mimic
the actions of their parent until
maturing to full independence.
By burying its rootlike limbs
into the nervous system of the
host bulborb and infusing it with
natural hormonal excretions, the
bulbmin is able to control
virtually all of the host's bodily
functions.

015 - Armored Cannon Beetle Larva

Demo Final
Lithopods, like flint beetles,
use internal metabacteria to aid
chemical digestion.
These metabacteria can only
survive in certain environments,
such as within the body of
certain insects, so lithopod
larvae do not contain any
metabacteria immediately after
hatching. Larvae feed on
partially digested ore
regurgitated by mature lithopods,
ensuring the larvae obtain
metabacteria they would not
normally have acquired.
Lithopods, like flint beetles,
use internal metabacteria to aid
chemical digestion. These
metabacteria can only survive in
certain environments, such as
within the body of certain
insects, so lithopod larvae do
not contain any metabacteria
immediately after hatching.
Larvae feed on partially
digested ore regurgitated by
mature lithopods, ensuring the
larvae obtain metabacteria they
would not normally have
acquired.

017 - Puffy Blowhog

Demo Final
It maintains mid-air buoyancy
by using its fins and releasing air
through blowholes.
It maintains midair buoyancy
by using its fins and releasing air
through blowholes.

More dehyphenating.

019 - Gatling Groink

Demo Final
This beastly predator's
aggressive ejection of high-
speed projectiles makes it one
of the most fearsome creatures
in the ecosystem. Its body seems
to be composed of a mix of both
biological and mechanical
components, and represents one
of the most evolutionarily
advanced specimens ever
observed. The chamber within
its torso gives it rapid-fire bio
pellet launch capabilities.
This beastly predator's
aggressive ejection of high-
speed projectiles makes it one
of the most fearsome creatures
in the ecosystem. Its body
seems to comprise of both
biological and mechanical
components, and represents one
of the most evolutionarily
advanced specimens ever
observed. The chamber within
its torso gives it rapid-fire
bio-pellet launch capabilities.

021 - Iridescent Glint Beetle

Demo Final
This variety of beetle
consumes subterranean minerals.
Due to the fact that it rarely
emerges above ground, sightings
of this particular species are
extremely rare. While minerals
are this beast's primary source
of food, the beetle itself
does not actually have the ability
to digest these minerals.
Instead, metabacteria living
inside the beetle's stomach
chemically break down the
minerals. The resulting purified
metal is discharged, but rare
metals such as gold and platinum
crystallize onto the iridescent
glint beetle's shell, resulting in
the beautiful laminated shimmer.
This variety of beetle consumes
subterranean minerals. Due to
the fact that it rarely emerges
above ground, sightings of this
particular species are extremely
rare. While minerals are this
beast's primary source of food,
the beetle itself does not have
the ability to digest these
minerals. Instead, metabacteria
living inside the beetle's
stomach chemically break down
the minerals. The resulting
purified metal is discharged, but
rare metals such as gold and
platinum crystallize onto the
iridescent glint beetle's shell,
resulting in the beautiful
laminated shimmer.

022 - Doodlebug

Demo Final
While life forms that excrete foul
musks to warn of danger are not
rare, the doodlebug is the only
species known to release
"flatulence" when active above
ground.
While life-forms that excrete
foul musks to warn of danger are
not rare, the doodlebug is the
only species known to release
flatulence when active above
ground.

Along with reformatting, the unnecessary "quotation marks" were removed.

023 - Female Sheargrub

Demo Final
As with most mandiblards, these
creatures have regressed to the
point where they have lost both
legs and wings. They can be seen
crawling around on the ground
and are believed to feed on the
vegetable extracts from the
congealed fluids of expired
Pikmin.
As with most mandiblards, these
creatures have regressed to the
point where they have lost both
legs and wings. They can be
seen crawling around on the
ground and are believed to feed
on the vegetable extracts from
the congealed fluids of expired
Pikmin.

026 - Cloaking Burrow-nit

Demo Final
pattern of the cloaking
burrow-nit and the spikes around
its mantle make it easily
identifiable while still making
it a representative specimen of
the burrow-nit family. The shell
on the cloaking burrow-nit's back
also provides a frame that fixes
its muscular structure in place,
and appears to give the creature
its powerful needle-launching
attack.
pattern of the cloaking burrow-
nit and the spikes around its
mantle make it easily identifiable
while still making it a
representative specimen of the
burrow-nit family. The shell on
the cloaking burrow-nit's back
also provides a frame that fixes
its muscular structure in place,
and appears to give the creature
its powerful needle-launching
attack.

027 - Ravenous Whiskerpillar

Demo Final
As this species of insect has
only recently been discovered,
fully mature specimens are yet
to be collected.
As this species of insect has
only recently been discovered,
fully mature specimens have yet
to be collected.

028 - Anode Beetle

Demo Final
electrical charge is processed by
the creature's internal machina
battery structure, and then
stored as a deus electrifical, or
D-field.
electrical charge is processed by
the creature's internal machina
battery structure, and then
stored as a deus electrifical
field.

030 - Hermit Crawmad

Demo Final
This beast feeds on small
creatures that pass by its lair,
dragging them inside to eat them.
 
This beast feeds on small
creatures that pass by its lair,
dragging them inside to eat
them.

032 - Bumbling Snitchbug

Demo Final
This is a variety of snitchbug. Its
most interesting characteristic is
that it likes to snitch leaders.
Yet barring wanton carelessness
or incompetence, leaders are not
easily captured. Any leader
caught by this creature is
clearly an idiot, which is why
this creature is also known as the
exposing snitchbug. There are
several known varieties of
snitchbugs, but research has
stagnated despite it being such
an interesting species.
 
This is a variety of snitchbug.
Its most interesting
characteristic is that it likes to
snitch leaders. Yet barring
wanton carelessness or
incompetence, leaders are not
easily captured. Any leader
caught by this creature is
clearly an idiot, which is why
this creature is also known as
the exposing snitchbug. There
are several known varieties of
snitchbugs, but research has
stagnated despite it being such
an interesting species.

036 - Greater Spotted Jellyfloat

Demo Final
Vivid pink-coloration is the most
noticeable characteristic of this
floating life form.
Vivid pink coloration is the most
noticeable characteristic of this
floating life-form.

The hyphen was moved around.

037 - Fiery Dweevil

Demo Final
Mandarachia Napalmens Mandarachnia napalmens

The spelling of Mandarachnia was corrected.

038 - Anode Dweevil

Demo Final
Mandarchia Volticula Mandarachnia volticula

Here, too.

Demo Final
They seem to have no
particular preference for which
objects they carry on their
backs, as they will carry anything
they can lift. They boast an
internal organ that generates
electrical charges, which the
anode dweevil releases when it
senses danger.
They seem to have
no particular preference for
which objects they carry on their
backs, as they will carry
anything they can lift. They
boast an internal organ that
generates electrical charges,
which the anode dweevil releases
whenit senses danger.

039 - Caustic Dweevil

Demo Final
Mandarachia Sulfurnid Mandarachnia sulfurnid

That missing n remains at large.

040 - Munge Dweevil

Demo Final
Mandarachia Pungetis Mandarachnia pungetis

Do not approach, it is armed and dangerous.

041 - Volatile Dweevil

Demo Final
Mandarachia Explodus Mandarachnia explodus

Mandarachnia is hard to spell.

Demo Final
Perhaps because the volatile
dweevil has developed a habit of
carrying explosive devices
it delivers the most potent
attacks of all species
within the dweevil family.
Approach with caution and/or
body armor!
The volatile dweevil has one of
the most potent attacks of all
species in within the dweevil
family, due to its habit of
carrying explosive devices.
Approach with caution and/or
body armor!
 

041 - Yellow Wollywog

Demo Final
This species
seems to have lost some
swimming proficiency with the
evolutionary adaptation that
granted them greater jumping
ability.
This species
seems to have lost some
swimming proficiency with the
evolutionary adaptation that
granted it greater jumping
ability.

046 - Lapis Lazuli Candypop Bud

Demo Final
family of plant boasts soft,
fleshy leaves, the sinewy tendrils
of which allow the flower to
open and close repeatedly over
the course of a day.
 
family of plant boasts soft,
fleshy leaves, the sinewy
tendrils of which allow the
flower to open and close
repeatedly over the course of a
day.

049 - Violet Candypop Bud

Demo Final
Considering the micro-ecologies
this plant has been found in, one
could surmise that it could be
found in any cavern, regardless
of geographic regions
. Tossing
Pikmin into this flower results
in the release of purple Pikmin
seeds, regardless of the color of
the Pikmin tossed in. This variety
of candypop contains robustly
odoriferous oils throughout.
Considering the micro-ecologies
this plant has been found in, one
could surmise that it could be
found in any cavern, regardless
of geographic region
. Tossing
Pikmin into this flower results
in the release of purple Pikmin
seeds, regardless of the color of
the Pikmin tossed in. This
variety of candypop contains
robustly odoriferous oils.

052 - Creeping Chrysanthemum

Demo Final
Like Pikmin, the Creeping
Chrysanthemum is a member of
a group of creatures with
ambulatory root structures.
Like Pikmin, the creeping
chrysanthemum is a member of
a group of creatures with
ambulatory root structures.

The name was decapitalized. Which is also not a word. But should be.

054 - Unmarked Spectralids

Demo Final
Like the petals of flowers
drifting on the breeze, the
site of these flitterbies dancing
in the lush green of the wood is
unforgettable. Flitterbie
collectors drool over specimen
samples boxes lined up in order,
highlighting the slight color
gradation changes from blue to
red to yellow. Such items fetch
particularly high prices at
auction.
Like flower petals drifting in the
breeze, the sight of flitterbies
dancing in the lush green
undergrowth is unforgettable.
Flitterbie collectors drool over
specimen sample boxes lined up
in order, highlighting the slight
color gradation changes from
blue to red to yellow. Such items
fetch particularly high prices at
auction.
 

055 - Honeywisp

Demo Final
If we could simply recover
a live sample, research on this
species would likely proceed
more smoothly...
If we could simply
recover a live sample, research
on this species would likely
proceed more smoothly...

059 - Common Glowcap

Demo Final
The fungal
filaments that this mushroom
is composed of are capable of
stabilizing and concentrating
Hocotatium 111. It is none other
than the Hocotatium 111
approaching the point of
critical mass that causes the
blue light of the glowcap.
This mushroom's
fungal filaments are capable of
stabilizing and concentrating
pure Hocotatium 111. It is none
other than the Hocotatium 111
approaching the point of
critical mass that causes the
glowcap's blue luminescence.
 

067 - Margaret

Demo Final
This plant's delicate yellow
flowers bring out waves of
nostalgia, giving a bittersweet
feeling to any who gaze
upon them.
This plant's delicate yellow
flowers often inspire waves of
nostalgia, giving a bittersweet
feeling to any who gaze
upon them.

068 - Fiddlehead

Demo Final
Many of
its most primitive characteristics
remain intact, including its habit
of spreading through the
dispersement of spores.
Many of
its most primitive characteristics
remain intact, including its habit
of spreading through the
dispersal of spores.

069 - Shoot

Demo Final
But even if
our expedition yields only brief
observations on the life we
encounter, it will still provide
a a better understanding of this
bizarre planet.
But even if
our expedition yields only brief
observations on the life we
encounter, it will still provide
a better understanding of this
bizarre planet.

An extra 'a' was removed.

070 - Empress Bulblax

Demo Final
family to support a strong ant-
or bee-like social structure, but
recent studies show the family is
capable of such complexity. The
egg sack of the largest female
grub-dog within a given range
swells to dramatic proportions
in response to environmental
changes, such as the sudden
depletion of prey species.
family to support a strong ant-
or beelike social structure, but
recent studies show the family is
capable of such complexity. The
egg sac of the largest female
grub-dog within a given range
swells to dramatic proportions
in response to environmental
changes, such as the sudden
depletion of prey species.

A typo on "egg sack" was fixed.

071 - Burrowing Snagret

Demo Final
The majority of snagret species
lie in wait to ambush and capture
prey, with body structures that
are perfectly adapted for such
behavior. It violently attacks
small, surface-dwelling insects.
The majority of snagret species
lie in wait to ambush and capture
prey, with a body type perfectly
adapted to such sudden strikes.
It violently attacks small,
surface-dwelling insects.

073 - Emperor Bulblax

Demo Final
This camoflauge allows the
predator to surprise smaller
creatures and use its long,
adhesive tongue to capture prey.
The thick hide and angular hump
give the organism a distinct
rock-like quality. During the rainy
season, moss grows freely on
its hump, making it nearly
impossible to distinguish this
lethal predator from a stone.
This camouflage allows the
predator to surprise smaller
creatures and use its long,
adhesive tongue to capture prey.
The thick hide and angular hump
give the organism a distinct
rocklike quality. During the
rainy season, moss grows freely
on its hump, making it nearly
impossible to distinguish this
lethal predator from a stone.

Since this is a giant bug creature with moss on its back and not an American rapper, the spelling of camouflage was fixed.

074 - Giant Breadbug

Demo Final
This gargantuan species of
the greater breadbug family has
a torso so perfectly square
that it appears like it was
formed in a mold.
This gargantuan species of
the greater breadbug family has
a torso so perfectly square
that it almost seems like it was
formed in a mold.

075 - Pileated Snagret

Demo Final
Its earthy red coloration and
distinct yellow ear and eye
markings make it immediately
recognizable. Despite featuring a
chimera-like merging of serpent
and avian features, the pileated
snagret has poor eyesite for a
bird, perhaps due to extended
periods spent underground. To
compensate for this, its nose
features a thermal-sensing organ
common to many snakes, making
it a dangerously effective hunter.
 
Its earthy red coloration and
distinct yellow ear and eye
markings make it immediately
recognizable. Despite featuring
a chimeralike merging of serpent
and avian features, the pileated
snagret has poor eyesight for a
bird, perhaps due to extended
periods spent underground. To
compensate for this, its nose
features a thermal-sensing organ
common to many snakes, making
it a dangerously effective
hunter.

077 - Ranging Bloyster

Demo Final
appears as a flower-shaped
marking on its back is actually
its gills. The ranging bloyster
ensnares small animals with its
sticky tentacles, reels them in,
and consumes them. Observers
have noted that this creature
exhibits a keen interest in
flashing objects. It often tries to
capture and ingest these objects.
 
appears as a flower-shaped
protrusion on its back actually
functions as its gills. The
ranging bloyster ensnares small
animals with its sticky tentacles,
reels them in, and consumes
them. Observers have noted that
this creature exhibits a keen
interest in flashing objects.
It often tries to capture and
ingest these objects.

081 - Titan Dweevil

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Mandarachia Gargantium Mandarachnia gargantium

The last Mandarachia dies in captivity.

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The largest member of the
dweevil family, this species
carries protective objects that
frequently exhibit offensive
capabilities, an evolution that
can only be attributed to chance.
Another evolutionary theory is
that the chemical contents of
the containers carried by titan
dweevils contribute to possible
gene splicing.
 
The largest member of the
dweevil family, this fearsome
predator carries protective
components that frequently
exhibit offensive capabilities, an
evolution that may be attributed
to mere chance. Another
evolutionary theory is that the
chemical contents of the
containers carried by titan
dweevils contribute to possible
gene splicing.