It's a coconut... with ears!? It is probably best not to eat this one...
Capicocos are relaxed, happy-go-lucky creatures that enjoy nothing more than sleeping on the beach all day. They prefer to lounge in herds and rarely stray from their group. Their tails are similar to a palm tree, providing shade for themselves and others.
Domesticated Capicocos will constantly follow their keeper around to protect them from the sun and keep them company. As the Capicoco matures, its tail will start growing fruits that look just like coconuts. But be wary... these are not for consumption! These Capicoco eggs, once fully ripened, will fall off the tail and rapidly develop further, the first sign being a pair of ears breaking through the shell. Capicocos are vulnerable in this state and may become victim to other fruit-loving creatures. For this reason, adult Capicocos are always on the lookout for any potential stray eggs. Some have even been seen grooming regular coconuts, mistaking it for one of its own kind.