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The information from this article is up-to-date as of 10 June, 2020.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 10 June, 2020.
|This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.|
|Region||The Arm of Vezitinen|
|Star system||HUB1-1AA Temeria|
|Gender||Radical - Exotic|
|Height||5.9 - 6 m|
|Weight||283.7 - 294.4 kg|
|Territory||Galactic Hub Project|
B. Camproea is a creature.
Summary[edit | edit source]
It is a large member of the Rangifae genus, with some specimens reaching 6m. B. Camproea is a diurnal species, only observed during the day. It is kind and considerate, aware of its surrounding and not afraid of other fauna or interlopers.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
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Both genders look a lot alike. They share the same coloration, a colorful mix of green, orange and brown, which contrasts with the snowy landscapes of their home planet Urpoine. It is not the first time such pattern is seen; A. Falconvimea is very similar in that way. The same bright color scheme is shared by another mega-fauna of Urpoine, a dazzling red 8.1m tall Lok named P. Quarsullera. Additional research may be needed to determine the exact reason behind this marking. Both genders have a small tail in comparison to other specimens of Rangifae.
Gender Dimorphism[edit | edit source]
The Exotic and Radical genders can be differentiate by looking at their heads: the first one seems to display three bone appendages at the top of their skull while the Radical gender exhibits a rather big crest.
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Discovery Menu[edit | edit source]
From the planet Urpoine, where they fight for survival amidst permanent sub-zero temperatures. Long-lived and gentle, their rich lives and complex society hierarchy allow them to develop wisdom that rivals technologically advanced species. Their blood is highly toxic to most predators, thanks to their oxide-rich diet.
Additional Observations: Skin parasites.
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