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- Phylo (or if you rather use our preferred term of endearment, Phylomon), is many things. It is:
1. A card game that makes use of the wonderful, complex and inspiring things that inform the notion of biodiversity.
2. An exercise in crowd sourcing, open access, and open source game development.
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Bearded dragons are very calm. They come from Australia. They are called bearded dragons because when they are angry, the spines on their throat puff out.Warm, Hot
Odonactylus latiratroisMantis shrimp have sixteen rods and cones in their eyes. They are capable of breaking aquarium glass.Warm, Hot
Panthera oncaCool, Warm, Hot
Meriones unguiculatusMongolian gerbils burrow in sand to keep away from predators. Pet store gerbils are descended from 20 pairs of captured gerbils.Cold, Cool, Warm, Hot
Carcharias C. Tauras
Sand Tigersharks are quite docile and don't want to hurt people.Warm
Tamius striatusChipmunks may have to dig through a meter(39 inches) of snow to leave their burrows in the spring.Cold, Cool, Warm
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CARD ATTRIBUTES DESCRIPTION
Top Left: COMMON NAME, LATIN NAME
Top Right: SCALE#, FOODCHAIN#, DIET (photosynthetic | molecular carbon | herbivore | omnivore | carnivore)
Middle: CLASSIFICATION (Kingdom, Phyla/Division, Class)
Middle Text: (currently blank) SPECIAL ABILITIES
Bottom Graphic: TERRAIN (desert | freshwater | forest | grassland | ocean | tundra | urban)
Bottom Left: ARTIST NAME, ARTIST URL
Bottom Right: CLIMATE (cold | cool | warm | hot)
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