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Weight 16 lbs
Length 4-5 feet
Scientific Name Hydrophis reptilla
Classification Modernus
Description
Traumilis are large oceanic snakes. They have thick, hardy scales, although their light-color underbellies are particularly soft. Their tongues are long and forked at the end, and they have large, solid-color eyes. All along their body is a distorted ring-shaped pattern that is generally a darker color than the rest of their body.
Behavior
Traumilis are generally harmless creatures. However, if they are scared, they become aggressive, and may even attack whoever or whatever scared them. Because of this, it is best to be cautious when hunting for a Traumilis, and pet owners should take care not to surprise them as they may accidentally strike in self defense.
Habitat
Traumilis can be found only in the oceans of Verpets. They swim near the bottom of the shore and hunt the small fish there. When they sleep, they retreat to coves where they can be found in clusters for safety.
Traumilis Colors
Blue
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Red
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Yellow
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Green
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Black
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Brown
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Orange
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Pink
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Purple
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White
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Death
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