| Canoe Plent |
15/101, gamma ray burst
|Size||56–65 cm Long|
|Diet||Scavenger (Pleppo Dung), Photosynthesis|
|Reproduction||Sexual, live birth, two sexes|
|Descendant of||Ancestor of|
The canoe plent has replaced its ancestor, the rowing plent, in the Huggs Marsh. Its rowing leaves are much more effective thanks to a more oar-like shape. Their legs have become smaller and the body is more canoe-shaped to better skim the water surface. Like their ancestor they paddle around the pleppos and eat their scraps.