Created by Emeraldgreeny
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Mudbill's name comes from two words (Mud/duck-bill).
- Mud: It refers to what Mudbill lurks around in.
- Duck-bill: What it actually is.
Mudbills are small and harmless creatures. On land they are slower than seals, but in water, they swim quite fast. They eat mud and dirt, so they can extract the nutrients. They can fill up like small clay pots.
Peaceful or Battling?
- Mudbills also use the mud they collect to make large city-like dens.
- Their skin is as hard as hardened clay.
Mudbill has a rare variation based on color. Mudbill's rare variation changes its skin color to warmer tones.