As a child, I was always fascinated by the fact that one could go to the nearest rock in the yard, lift it up, and be confronted with a bizarre assortment of creepy crawly bugs and creatures. Thus the Rock Crawler: A soft, jelly like land dwelling celaphod-like creature. The bony protrusions are actually an extremely hardened type of cartilage, not true horns or bone. I imagine colonies of these living in the cracks under boulders and within mountains.
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