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Annamite Striped Rabbit

Nesolagus timminsi
Scale 6 Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2
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Nesolagus timminsi has a MOVE of 2.
Not much is known about Nesolagus timminsi because it was only recently discovered by Western scientists.

Graphic by Heather E.
The Annamite Striped Rabbit (Nesolagus timminsi) is a species of rabbit native to the Annamite mountain range on the Laos-Vietnam border. The rabbit is striped, with a red rump, and resembles the Sumatran Striped Rabbit. It only recently became known to Western scientists. (From, August 2 2010) – – – read more

Hypsibius dujardini

Hypsibius dujardini
Scale 3 Diat: herbivore , Hierachy 2


Hypsibius dujardini has a MOVE of 1/2 (1 per 2 turns).

• Hypsibius dujardini is the only animal known to be able to survive the vacuum of space.

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Tardigrades (commonly known as water bears or moss piglets)[3] form the phylum Tardigrada, part of the superphylum Ecdysozoa. They are microscopic, water-dwelling, segmented animals with eight legs. Tardigrades were first described by Johann August Ephraim Goeze in 1773 (kleiner Wasserbär = little water bear). The name Tardigrada means “slow walker” and was given by Lazzaro […] read more

North Pacific Giant Octopus

Enteroctopus dofleini
Scale 8 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3


Enteroctopus dofleini has a MOVE of 2.

Enteroctopus dofleini is the largest species of octopus in the world.

Cool, Warm
The North Pacific Giant Octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) is a large cephalopod belonging to the genus Enteroctopus. It can be found in the coastal North Pacific, usually at a depth of around 65 meters (215 ft). It can, however, live in much shallower or much deeper waters. It is arguably the largest octopus species, based on a scientific record of a […] read more

Cactus Wren

Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus
Scale 5 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3


Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus has a FLIGHT of 2.

The cactus wren was named the official Arizona state bird in 1931. Its latin name means curved beak.

Warm, Hot
The Cactus Wren (Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus) is the largest North American wren, and is 18–23 cm (7-9 inches) long. Unlike the smaller wrens, the Cactus Wren is easily seen. It has the loud voice characteristic of wrens. The Cactus Wren is much less shy than most of the family. Its marked white eyestripe, brown head, barred wings and tail, and […] read more

Long Nosed Butterfly Fish

Forcipiger flavissimus
Scale 5 Diat: carnivore , Hierachy 3


Forcipiger flavissimus has a MOVE of 2. Forcipiger flavissimus has a black spot on their tail to confuse predators.

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Long Nosed Butterfly Fish (Forcipiger flavissimus) can usually be found swimming alone or in small groups of up to five fish. Once an adult butterflyfish finds its mate it pairs up for life. When it is time to have babies, butterflyfish gather in large groups, and their eggs are carried away by the ocean current, […] read more

Black-eyed Hermit Crab

Pagurus armatus
Scale 4 Diat: omnivore , Hierachy 3


Pagurus armatus has a MOVE of 1.
Pagurus armatus must be played next to at least one OCEAN TERRAIN neighbour.

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Pagurus armatus, the armed hermit crab [1] or black-eyed hermit crab [3], is a species of hermit crab found in the eastern Pacific Ocean [4] of the United States and British Columbia, Canada [5]. P. armatus is one of the largest species of hermit crab [3]: adults may reach a carapace length of 43 mm (1.7 in) [6]. The legs, including the claws, have bands of colour, in […] read more