Kilb Nuts are large, hard plants that circle the higher portion of Gamila's Paddleton Sea. They are known for their method of spreading seeds. As they grow, their interiors are hard, nutrient-rich, and good for consumption by herbivores. However, later in their development, the interior turns into a venomous gel, which cannot be eaten by animals. The plants eventually open naturally, releasing the seeds within the gel of the plant. The gel soon disintegrates, releasing the seeds.