Saturday, August 7, 2010


Segmeturites are large, herd-dwelling, grazing animals akin to cattle. Their bodies are covered in a highly flexible but extremely durable body armor, with an orifice on the top. The creature's "head" is projected from the orifice on a very long, flexible neck, in order to spot predators from miles away over it's flat grassland habitat. This "head" merely contains the eyes, the brain is located inside the center of the body. When under attack the Segmeturite withdraws the false head into the body cavity and rolls into a ball, which is nearly impregnable to tooth and claw.

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