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Calica by Bluebie

Calica

Bluebie

15 February 2013 at 16:25:13 MST

Calica

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A rather dainty herbivore in dotted populations along the mid-grasslands. They are a part of a family of species that are commonly known as "flower-eaters" which is mostly true during the spring. They're a quiet creature with the exception of some chirping here and there. They live with very rare encounters with any predators, and their birth rate is quite slow to keep their numbers on the smaller side. They are one of the smaller species in their family, standing no higher than 4' at the shoulder. Their crests can vary regionally due to the colors of the flowers they consume during the spring bloom. Though quiet, they are rarely timid and are quite playful with one-another and make for entertaining and really quite pretty companions.

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