N. Simiahusis

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The subject of this article is from the ExoMech update.
The information from this article is is up-to-date as of 10 June, 2020.

This article was catalogued by the Galactic Hub.

N. Simiahusis
N. Simiahusis
Galaxy Euclid
Region Nugsdor Adjunct
Star system HUB5-9 Theaetetus
Planet Aesham XV
Rarity Uncommon, Underwater
Bait Sweetened Compost
Gender Asymmetric
Behaviour Chromatophoric
Diet Water filtration
Height 1.6 m
Weight 82.0 kg
Genus Prionacefda
Notes Calcified claws
Platform PS4
Mode Normal
Territory Galactic Hub Project
Discovered by Phaedrus29
Release ExoMech

N. Simiahusis is a creature.

Summary[edit | edit source]

N. Simiahusis is a creature in the No Man's Sky universe.

It is a member of the Prionacefda genus, which is the genus for fauna which resemble swimming cows.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

This particular fauna lives in frigid waters, swimming alongside in groups of usually 2-4 of its kind. Its body is thick and large, probably to protect itself from the harsh elements of the sea.

This fauna is a dark chocolatey brown in color with stripes covering its body which are a green color with a hint of blue. Its face is mostly round with black eyes and a short bear-like tan snout. Its underbelly is also tan along with four tan socks. It lastly has a smattering of orange on the top of its head and on its front legs elbows, has a tail very much like a cow, and long, thin ears.

Alias names[edit | edit source]

All Original: N. Simiahusis
PS4 Current: N. Simiahusis

Discovery Menu[edit | edit source]

Encountered in the icy seas of planet Aesham XV, where N. Simiahusis survives despite the punishing cold. These salt-water fish are pulled around the oceans by a gnawing hunger, a never-ending search for fresh food. Scavengers, they feed upon the soft downward drift of plankton; feasting upon the dying remains of tiny organisms.

Additional Observations: Calcified claws

Location[edit | edit source]

It can be found on the planet Aesham XV in the HUB5-9 Theaetetus star system.



Additional information[edit | edit source]

Documented by GHEC Researcher docteurmccoy

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