Sunday, November 28, 2010


Shlubs are animals that use extensive camouflage to disguise themselves as bushes and shrubs. During their neophyte stage they are mobile, but as they mature they become rooted in a single spot. Eighty percent of the creature's body is underground, including it's digestive tract and all of it's major organs. Mature Shlubs feed off of passing birds, squirrels, and insects, and can go months without feeding. They are also able to regrow the portion of their bodies which protrude above ground.

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