Large, insect-like mammals that scour the Moon's surface for space plankton. Moon Shamblers
move in herds across the vast dry plains, migrating around the Moon once per month in order to stay within direct sunlight. These 20 foot animals are able to survive in the vacuum of space by using a form of photosynthesis to obtain oxygen from direct sunlight through the small bulbous organs located on their skin.
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