EBABU LOCHI ANIMALS:
Snareens, linnis, barlocks, darlingtons, and bromulis are
animals that live in the Ebabu Lochi of planet Nobu. Through evolution
by natural selection, each species has made various adaptations in
order to survive in the cold, dark climate of the Ebabu Lochi. All of
the plants and aquatic animals in the Ebabu Lochi have developed a
bodily system of glowing (that is absorbed from the moonlight), which
is what makes the land animal consumers’ (darlingtons and bromulis)
bodies glow as well.
Snareens live in the icy waters of Ebabu Lochi. Their jelly-like bodies contain fat storages,
which keep their bodies temperatures warm in the cold water. They swim through the
water by waving their appendages. Like the other creatures living in Ebabu
Lochi, snareens have developed a bodily system of illumination that allows them to
see in the dark waters more easily with their three eyes located on the top of their
heads. Snareens prey on nochis (see Ebabu Lochi Plants) and darlingtons prey on snareens.
Linnis are small fish that inhabit the icy waters of Ebabu Lochi. Linnis eat snilli
(see Ebabu Lochi Plants) and are preyed upon by barlocks (see bellow).
Linnis have five thick tails, which retain heat and also aid in swimming
through the rough waters of Ebabu.
Barlocks are the largest species of fish living in the waters of Ebabu Lochi. They are very
thick, filled with fat deposits that keep them warm in the icy waters. Their thick,
hooked tails enable them to navigate well in the strong currents. Like the other creatures
living in Ebabu Lochi, snareens have developed a bodily system of illumination that
allows them to see in the dark waters more easily. Barlocks eat linnis (see above) and are
preyed upon by the bromulis that live primarily on land (see below).
Darlingtons are the most sophisticated animals on planet Nobu. They have
developed a simple system of communication among their species that
involves high-pitched noises. Darlingtons are the only creatures on planet
Nobu that use sophisticated tools and fire to cook their food. Darlingtons hunt bromuli
and also eat snareens, which are protein-rich, and bermus (see Ebabu Lochi Plants).
Darlingtons are a peaceful species that live in ice caves in large communities. Their short
appendages enable the darlingtons to retain a much heat as possible in
their cold environment (small surface area to volume ratio). They also
store large amounts of fat throughout their bodies and have a total of three layers
of fur that keeps them warm as well. Like the other creatures living in Ebabu Lochi,
darlingtons have developed a bodily system of illumination that allows their
bodies to glow, which helps them see in the dark environment more easily.
Bromulis are the largest creatures on planet Nobu. They are hunted by darlingtons and feed off of
barlocks, which they capture with their claws and spear with their large tusks. To capture
the barlocks, bromulis swim through the icy waters of Ebabu Lochi or stand on the edge
of the icy land and capture the large fish with just their hands. Bromulis have four layers
of thick fur that keeps them warm both on land and in the water. Their most outer layer
of fur is water resilient, which allows them to dry more quickly and be more
hydrodynamic in the water. Like darlingtons, their thick bodies and short appendages
allows for heat retention given the small surface area to volume ratio. Bromuli eat borillo plants on land,
as well as bermu (see Ebabu Lochi Plants) and barlocks in the water
(see above). The bromuli’s strong, sharp tusks enable them to break the hard shell of the borillo
plants. Like the other creatures living inEbabu Lochi, bromulis have developed a bodily system
of illumination that allows their bodies to glow, which helps them see in the dark environment more easily.
Ebabu Lochi Energy Flow