C. Zercoakneus

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The subject of this article is from the Synthesis update.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 18 February, 2020.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

C. Zercoakneus
C. Zercoakneus
Gender None
Behaviour Cautious
Diet Stinging leaves
Height 0.8 m
Weight 82.3 kg
Genus Agnelis
Notes Symmetrical insides
Galaxy Euclid
Region Widraik
Star system HUB7-1EB Larinta
Planet Tahiti
Platform PS4
Mode Normal
Discovered by docteurmccoy
Release Synthesis

C. Zercoakneus is a creature.

Summary[edit | edit source]

C. Zercoakneus is a creature in the No Man's Sky universe.

It is a member of the Agnelis genus. Named after Hawkeye Pierce from the television show M*A*S*H, C. Zercoakneus is a bird-like fauna that lives on the planet Tahiti.

The C. Zercoakneus is a large bird, with a broad wingspan. It resembles the Harris's hawk closely. The fauna has a bird head with bird wings, and a lance tail with a tip in the shape of a diamond, or rhombus. The C. Zercoakneus has mostly brown, or burnt umber shade of feathers on its body. Its beak is a bright yellow with a black tip. It also has a crest on its head, which has red feathers, but not many. The primary and secondary feathers on its wings are a lighter shade of brown, with the very outermost being green. The underbelly of the creature is also a lighter shade of brown.

The fauna is a very shy and cautious bird, and it seems to be easily frightened, though not of other species of birds. They seem to always fly with at least one other of its kind, and usually are in a medium sized flock of around five to ten. It is said that they only come down from their constant flight in the still of the night, to eat and drink. They have hairy tongues which allow them to happily chew on the most venomous leaves.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: C. Zercoakneus
PS4 Other: Pierce (C. Zercoakneus)

Location[edit | edit source]

It can be found on the planet Tahiti in the HUB7-1EB Larinta star system.

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