| Fraboohorn |
|Habitat||Huggs Temperate Forest, Huggs Volcanic|
|Size||50 cm Long|
|Reproduction||Sexual, Eggs into Nutritive Sacks|
The fraboohorn split off from the spikedshell bubblehorns of Huggs Beach. In the same way of the acicubins, they found protection and food abundance in interior lands, spreading through the forest and the borders of the volcanic cone. Larger that its ancestors, it lost all its spikes and became slower, but in compensation it developed a new method of protection, even more secure.
Its shell became harder and now it protects its abdomen and its five pairs of legs, which are imperceptible when the fraboohorn rests. More flexible than its next relatives, it is capable to elongate the neck and, with its ramified antennas, grab any particles that can be suspended in air. Their antennas also are more efficient in the food capture.
In order to drive away other creatures and, for reproductive motivations, the fraboohorn bent over to top and shows the vibrant colors of its body. When feeling very threatened, it is able to bury and cover itself inside its shell totally. To this, it evolved a kind of retractable wrap formed by a resistant material, which cover totally its neck and antennas. It digs a hole into the ground and small rocks and then curves down, protecting its body.
For its reproduction, it deposits hundreds of eggs in a nutritional sack, placed near to the rocks, which will guarantee the development and survival of most part of the younglings in the beginning of their lives. In a food scarcity condition, the fraboohorn will appeal to these sacks and some younglings contained on them to feed.