Suction Bird

A Suction Bird eating an Iggo

The Suction Bird is a close relative of the Scissormouth, roaming the skies of Gamila. Unlike the Scissormouth, the Suction Bird's mouth is located on the head. Suction Birds' spikes have evolved into sticky, movable tentacles, capable of grabbing and lifting prey. Their necks are very elastic, allowing them to grab and eat the captured animals. The Suction Bird is about twice the size of the Scissormouth, but is also weaker and more susceptible to predators.

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