Lenochod the Lenochod

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Lenochod the Lenochod

Please note this creature name is part of my Main Collection, and is NUFT, I don't swap unless I offer first. The only time I offer to trade creature names are if they are ones out of my main collection and that I say I can offer

HUGE thanks to my little bro for this gift.


The Drollo is a very elegant species, capturing the interest of young and old. Living between the grasslands and the northern plains, near Leila, they have rather high demand in the land of Ark. This is because of an old legend, that tells the tale of a certain majestic fowl that has the capability of bringing endangered creatures (species who now reside at the mystical oasis) into its vicinity. It is rumored that this remarkable occurrence happens on account of their unique call, which they use during the breeding season.
Many citizens entrap Drollos for their personal benefit. And the scientists at the SARC study these birds profoundly, in hopes of gaining such knowledge that could help endangered creatures become repopulated. But the current fame Drollos are receiving is unfortunate, as it's only hurting their own existence. Since having become so popular, their number in the wild is declining with each passing day.

About Lenochod Eggs

Lenochod eggs are usually found on treetops, nestled upon thick layers of leaves close to the trunk of the tree. Tiny flowers will grow on the egg and will flourish as the egg ages. A Lenochod egg with a large amount of blooming flowers is a good indicator that the egg is healthy and will likely hatch soon.

About the Lenochod Creature

The Lenochod is generally described as slow and docile. Because movement burns out a high amount of chemical energy for the Lenochod, they tend to hang stationary from tree branches, only moving when necessary. They also rely heavily on their ability to camouflage with the tree as a natural defense and rarely leave the tree that they are born in. Their diet mainly consists of various leaves, flowers, and berries.

Due to their similarities in nature with the Buttersloff, the two species will occasionally be found living in the same tree, cohabiting peacefully.