Bump Snakes are so called because
of the large amounts of small, strange bumps which cover the creature's back. These bumps are actually part of the Bump Snake's reproductive process. As a species they are genderless, at the appointed time the small bumps develop into larger "pods," which then break off and float away in the wind, each to develop into a juvenile Bump Snake. This method of reproduction has allowed the species to cover a large portion of it's native planet.
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