| Cave Dweller |
16/104, replaced by descendant
|Habitat||Ferret Limestone Caves|
|Size||2 m Tall|
|Diet||Herbivore (Cave Palmworm, Cave Fernplent)|
|Reproduction||Sexual, Lays Hard-Shelled Eggs in nests, Two Sexes|
|Descendant of||Ancestor of|
The cave dweller has split from its ancestor the forest dweller. It has adapted to the cave environment by shrinking in size. While the flora inside is plentiful it is hard to get to them through smaller opening. The cave dwellers are more surefooted than their ancestors and can climb down steep rocks to get to the food they need. Much of it is too high to get to so they will shake the trees until leaves fall. Some have even pushed over trees in order to eat their leaves. They may be smaller than their ancestors but they are very strong for their size.
They only use their forelimbs when they lower themselves to the ground for drinking water, mating, and tending to their eggs. The remaining eyes can see better in the low light but they still run into things now and then. They will use their top claws to feel where they are going some of the time. Their color-changing ability is very limited, with only the head and upper necks changing color, and even then only for interspecies communication. However this is limited in the dim light and are limited to light spots where the trees grow.