For your visiting experience, please read the introduction below.
1. The creatures in our park are harmless most of the time, please don't try to provoke them or eat them.
2. In addition to some common species in our park, there are also some rare species that only grow in our park. The following shows their appearance and some information.
3. These rare species may be similar in appearance to the species you know, but this does not mean that their living habits are the same, please try not to disturb them. Disturbing behaviors include but are not limited to: feeding, taking pictures, physical contact, etc.
4. Please enjoy the experience of visiting the park!.
Fracseeds are floating creatures that grow in parks, and you can see them floating in the air anywhere. Although they contain "seed" in their names, they are full-fledged beings themselves, and they do not rely on seeds to reproduce. The magic of them is that any creature they land on for a while is either a rare species that exists now or a creature that will mutate into a rare species in the future. But don't worry, they don't have any negative effects on the human body!.
Deekeys have a strong jumping ability and live in large trees all year round. The horns on their heads can change hardness according to different situations. When they need to climb, the horns on their heads will become tentacle-like limbs attached to the branches. When they need to attack, the horns on their heads will become very hard and sharp, which can be used to pierce the enemy. Because of the color of their horns, they can easily be mistaken for plants and gnawed by other creatures when they are stationary.
Whagles live in water most of the time but can also fly in the air. Before it takes off, it usually goes to the nearby beach to dry the water on the wings. Because the wings are waterproof, they can take off quickly. Because the wings are waterproof, they can take off quickly. they have no feet, they cannot move on land, and must land in water each time. As they age, their wings gradually degenerate and then lose the ability to fly.
Snamushes grow attached to trees and usually gather in a tribe. Although they have many waving tentacles, these tentacles do not have the ability to attack and can only be used to scare off some enemies. Yellow tentacles don't mean they like the sun, on the contrary, they like a shady place. At night, the tentacles glow fluorescent yellow, which is a natural street light in the forest.
Caysters live in shallow waters and usually only open their outer shells to hunt for food. Depending on the size of the prey, either their mouths or their shells can be used as weapons of attack. When living in water, they have a well-developed underwater breathing system. When stripped from their shells, they gain webbed-like limbs that allow them to walk on land but lose the ability to breathe in water.
Wolratops usually like to live in burrows. Their upper body covered with fur prefers shade, but their lower body prefers warmth, so they usually only have half their body in the burrow. They have extremely strong limbs, so they can run at high speed. Their teeth and claws are very sharp and can easily catch a variety of prey. Their upper body will gradually shed hair, and after middle age, they will turn a uniform red and become afraid of cold.
Turocodiles are large semiaquatic reptiles that live throughout the tropics. They have two very strong hind feet and six front feet to climb rapidly and when they are swimming, the middle two feet on each side could stretch back to the shell to diminish resistance and enhance fluidity. Also, turocodiles use their brightly colored long-feathered tails to attract others in their mating period and they usually get much higher levels of aggression.
Octorse live in shallow waters among grasses uprighting a horse liked head perpendicular to body with tentacles to catch their prey and use their venom to kill them. head perpendicular to body with tentacles to catch their prey and use their venom to kill them.
Rhiteropillees are winged insects that have soft translucent body can clearly be sawn blood circulation and organs. However, they have thick and protective skin formed from layers of collagen positioned in a lattice structure. Instead of using teeth to slice food, they rely on their lips to pluck food. They have two pairs of wings the front parallel ones let them have more energy to speed up and the back bigger ones are in assistance of flying higher.
Coroom ecosystems, also known as underwater "rainforests," protect coasts and maintain biodiversity. They need a lot of oxygen from the plants and animals that grow on top of them. And they don't need photosynthesis. In actual cultivation, they don't need to receive light, and even in absolute darkness, their fruiting bodies remain intact. If the light is too strong, it will negatively affect the growth and development of the fruiting body.
Kangeese have large, powerful muscule for leaping and long muscular tails for balance, and Kangreese honk while in flight to encourage other members of the flock to maintain a 'v-formation' and to help communicate with one another. Female kangeese have a pouch called a marsupium in which joeys complete postnatal development.
Rutapicone consumes 10 liters of water every day to survive. With that so, they live in front of the beach where there isn’t much human intervention. When they feel threatened they will emit hot and sticky liquid, which makes the skin burn extremely. They have a very good hearing ability and dance moves. When they hear music from the human party, they subtly move and dance to the beat grabbing people’s attention. They are the true party animal.
The habitat for whaleguanas is the shore. During the daytime, they swim in the lake around the shore hunting for their prey, small fish, crab, octopus, and seashore small creatures. Since they have small mouths with weak teeth, they can only consume small prey. After hunting for food, they crawl up to the shore and dig a hole in the sand or mud where they can keep their body safe and warm for the night. They have a special tail that glows up during the night. This light from their tail helps them keep cozy while they fall asleep.
Cabras live in a hot and sweaty desert. They have 4 legs attached to the bottom of the skin which can spread up to 3 meters. With this large stride they are able to run away and hide quickly from the predators. Since they have legs that allow for their bottom skin to be far from touching the hot ground, only their head and upper body ecdysis as they age. They can survive by only drinking water, which makes finding for oasis as their major daily duty.
They live under the willow tree. They have the spirit of saving nature clean and divine. They are the patron saint for the forest they live. They don’t eat, drink, or sleep. They stay awake roaming around the forest seeking safety among other forest animals. When they have spare time, they like to enjoy sipping hot camomile tea feeling relaxed peaceful energy.
Elephantriches are born with and die with the disability of having long tails for their whole lives. This tail enables them to walk quickly or fly a long distance as the tail is long and heavy. They are easy to be caught by their predators and sometimes they starve to death as they are bad at hunting. They grow quickly but have a short life span.