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Weight 800 lbs
Height 6.8 feet
Scientific Name Bovs quattucornis
Classification Prehistorae
Brahlin are brawny armored Verpets that resemble bovine. Like their cousin the Mohaq, Brahlins have evolved in seclusion, slowly adapting to the caves they live in. Brahlin sport a pair of long, curved horns as well as a pair of tusks and strange, claw-like hooves; these traits aid them in guarding their territory as well as digging up the roots and scraping off tree bark that is their main source of food. Their hide is covered in thick scales and fur as a defense against others of their kind, as they have no natural predator. Each Brahlin has several larger, thicker scales more akin to plates of armor on their head, shoulder, and hip areas. As they take a long time to grow, the number of these plates generally indicates an Brahlin's age.
Brahlin are docile by nature, but very territorial. They can live solitary lives, but are also commonly found in herds. Like in wolf packs, Brahlin have a very distinct hierarchy of command: usually there is one Brahlin that the rest of the herd follows. For safety reasons this is often the largest Brahlin, who will face off against other herd leaders in territory disputes. As they are an especially hardy species, Brahlin taken out of their natural habitat tend to thrive unless they are in hot climates, where their thick fur and scales can lead to heat exhaustion.
Despite their size, Brahlin populations are extremely rare and hard to find. They are constantly moving from cave to cave, even burrowing their own tunnels for transportation (done with the thick, bonelike spurs on the back of their front feet). Because they rarely stay in one place often, they can be hard to track. Rest assured, anywhere trees or roots can be found, Bralin are not far behind. Due to their territorial nature, Brahlin struggle to coexist with other cave species except the Mohaq and are usually found alone.
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