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Vitae Roo
Vitae Roo
General Information
Homeworld Serinate XV
Environment urban areas
Intelligence Non-Sapient
Biochemistry Carbon-based lifeform
Biological Information
Lifespan 5 earth years
Average Height 0.5 meters
Average Length 3 feet
Locomotion Bipedal
Feeding Behavior Omnivore
Cladogramatical Information
Cultural Information
Personality Peaceful
Organization groups
Scientific Taxonomy
Planet Vitae Space Station
Family Roo
Species R. Vitae
Other Information
Status Least-concern
Creator Gingalover

The Vitae Roo is a medium-sized, domesticated member of the Roo Family, only found on the Vitae Space Station. Unlike many other members of the Roo family, the Vitae Roo is three times smaller, and more docile than its larger, more aggressive relatives. Droove often sell these curious creatures as profit to other races that come and go, though some do end up as strays in the giant station. While most Vitae Roos are tan-skinned, other variants will range from pale grey to dark brown, with white Vitae Roos as the rarest.

BehaviorEdit

The Vitae Roos are a lot more docile than their relatives on Serinate XV; more often they can be found rummaging through the Space Station's garbage, feasting on the leftovers and scraps of the inhabitants. While a common sight, these bipedal animals aren't considered pests. They are able to be tamed successfully, similar to dogs, and can be taught tricks and do simple tasks if trained properly by their owners. Despite this, they are easily prone to escaping their owners when they get the chance, and many Vitae Roo strays are often discovered because of this.

ReproductionEdit

Vitae Roos don't have a specific mating season. Females will give birth to two to five pups.

UsesEdit

Vitae Roos are often sold as pets by the markets on the Vitae Space Station. Since some variants are rarer than others, the Droove charge different prices for different types. The rarer the variant, the more expensive the animal. Roo pups are naturally a higher price, since reproduction of Vitae Roos are slow, and hard to breed.

  • The most expensive Vitae Roo on record was a White Vitae Roo pup, which was priced at a hefty 7,000 Vitae dollars!
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