A group of Icers

Icer 2

A diagram of an Icer's tongue

Icers are small animals native to the Mauran Tundra of Gamila. They have small fibers all over their bodies that act as fur, and large open skulls that can hit predators heavily. They feed off of Lake Sprouts that grow on frozen lakes. Icers have small mouths on their necks that spit out large tongues. The tongues do not fit properly in their mouths and make up the bellies of the animals. The tongues are covered in small thorns and pores that scratch off and collect the Sprouts during movement. Icers mate by standing on their tails, holding hands for stability, and transporting DNA-infused material directly via the mouth. This gives way to baby Stranglers.

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