Gamaeso eggs need to be kept buried in hot sand in order for them to incubate properly. If the egg becomes to cold the Gamaeso will die.
Young Gamaeso are very skittish and shy creatures. When a young Gamaeso hears someone approach it hides itself under something, usually sand but things like leaf piles and pillows are not unheard of. Gamaesos begin to outgrow this shyness after about a year. By the time a Gamaeso becomes an adult it has shed its shyness completely and become very outgoing.
Adult Gamaesos are actually very graceful and move with almost dance-like movements. Even though they share their cousin, the Lemac's, ability to travel long distances without tiring many use Gamaeso for more decorative purposes, like parades.