Created by Emeraldgreeny
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Claypuses look like typical platypuses, but their skin is actually hardened clay, painted with cyan and turquoise. Their bills, tail and paws are red. The tail and also shorter and wider.
Claypuses usually wonder around in subaquatic dens. They can breathe underwater as well. They eat mud and dirt, which they store in their pot-like bellies, but they also cary their newborn babies in there.
- A feud started between engineers and ecologists, as the later don't want engineers to use the creatures for caring mud, dirt, debris, etc. in and out of building sites.
- Similar to zebras and giraffes (and other animals with colorful patterns on their bodies), Claypuses never have similar patterns.
Claypus' name comes from two words (Clay/Platypus).
- Clay: What Claypus is made out of.
- Platypus: What it actually is.
It is obviously a mix between a platypus and a clay pot.
Claypus has no other nature variations that are currently known.
Claypus has no other gender variations that are currently known.
Claypus has no other alterable forms that are currently known.
Claypus has a rare variation based on color. Mudbill's rare variation changes its skin color to warmer tones.
None at the moment.