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An example of the predatory Razorback

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Pantheraforimis Iatioculus


Nodule structures on long limbs in the front appear to be sensory organs, similar to eyes. The first aggressively binocular species seen on Epsilon Prime. Distance between nodules suggests precise distance estimation requered for charging or leaping preditory behaviour.


Pantheraforimis Iatioculus can be found in a cave on the Cavendish Peninsula as shown in the photo at right.

It is also possible to find Pantheraforimis Iatioculus resting in a small valley just to the North West of the summit of Mount Jemison.

Razorback Location

Location of cave containing Razorback.