This is an egg, not a pumpkin! Don't crack it! It's not as durable as a pumpkin.
The Dynia begins as a moving pumpkin with two small legs. They can't move fast at this stage, so they are generally still confined to the pumpkin fields where they were planted.
As the creature matures, it grow two more legs in adolescence (for a total of four) and then begins walking around fully. For its final stage, its outer pumpkin layers unfurl to create a lovely, soft tail. By the end of this metamorphosis, the Dynia is more like a fox than it is a pumpkin.