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GULARiS - Black-Chinned Honeyeater

ANiMOZ #217

Code: GULARiS

Common name: Black-Chinned Honeyeater 

Taxonomy: Melithreptus gularis gularis

Level: OMNI | Form: POLLINATOR

Status: INFREQUENT | BiOME: MOUNTAIN

Overcomes: Flood | Fire | Persecution

SUPERPOWERS:

BARK PROBE:

Using just her beak, GULARiS probes the thick bark of trees to find the insects hiding within. Many Wing species rely on softer bushes and soil for their prey, but she is able to pry out even the most well-hidden feasts!

HAMMOCK:

Using an outer shell of rigid bark, and softening the inside with plant materials like leaves, GULARiS uses his HAMMOCK power to construct intricate bowl nests suspended on the outer branches of tall trees. This clever design makes it harder for other species to access the young inside...

WEAKNESSES:

PREDATOR:

GULARiS automatically loses a Clash with a Predator!

 

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