| Onyroslee |
19/125, ice comet impact event
|Habitat||North Tundra, Allen Ice Cave|
|Size||2 m Long|
|Reproduction||Sexual, Hard shelled eggs|
|Descendant of||Ancestor of|
The onyroslee split off from its ancestor. Living in the North Tundra, the karyowee’s caves were many times destined to fall; keeping them under the snow, being that many could die if they were not able to remove the snow. Digging their tunnels, the karyowee evolved a tooth even harder, capable to pierce soil, ice and rocks.
They easily spread across the North Pole, establishing in places were the snow slides were less likely to happen and, by this way, created large tunnels along the Ice Cave. They dig in the floor and in the walls of the cave; creating large galleries were they can deposit the eggs. They evolved stronger limbs and tiny fingernails to help to walk and fix into the tunnels.
During the sunny days, both males and females will search for food at the tundra and ocean, eating a lot and digging the tunnels at night; in a way to conserve energy for the coldest days, where they can hibernate. In this process, the onyroslees will gain much weight, turning fat and being able to rest in the bottom of their cove. They will take care of the eggs that, when hatched, receive a special attention. The young are initially fed by the little food reserve present on the stomach of their parents, which regurgitate it. When the young achieve about four months they will be able to search for food, assisted initially by their parents.