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Page creatorimported>Hydromancerx
Date of page creation00:29, 3 July 2007
Latest editorDisgustedorite (talk | contribs)
Date of latest edit01:54, 23 February 2024
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The digging capoo split from its ancestors in Ittiz Rocky. The digging capoo gets its name from the use of its back leg, which has grown a large claw used for digging. The main reason for this development is to aid in the gathering of plurgiles. Imperial scuttlehoppers will attack any organism that tries to eat their homes, so the capoo uses its digging foot to quickly dig up the plant so that it can grab it in its mouth and run before the scuttlehoppers can hurt it too much. The digging capoo has not been able to spread to the other beach areas, due to the lack of plurgiles in these regions.
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