Crosseye Spore
General Information
Classification Legloper
Environment Open Savannah
Intelligence Non-Sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Locomotion Quadrupedal loping
Prey Carnivore
Cladogramatical Information
Cultural Information
Personality Generally laid-back for a carnivore; not particularly territorial (possibly due to eyesight confusion)
Scientific Taxonomy
Other Information
Status Least Concern
Creator Somarinoa

Crosseyes are a species of quadrupedal carnivores that lope across the savannahs of their homeworld. Like many species related to them, they breathe through three tubes growing out of the head region. Despite having evolved as carnivores and having no better sensory adaptation, Crosseyes have difficulty seeing as their eyes' vision crosses one another, hence their moniker. This is believed to be an adaptation that came about due to a shallow gene pool; a mutation caused by inbreeding. This happened after a catastrophe very nearly eradicated their race from the planet; however, they managed to pull through and are now stuck with a strange mutation.

Some companies have looked into domesticating this specimen, as their crossed eyes are considered "cute" by some demographics.

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