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drawing by LittleKitty5
The glotchens hang from the bottoms of blades of grass. They eat tiny aphids and other insects on the grass and drink from dew drops or little puddles. They fly from grass blade to grass blade. They lay their eggs and rasie their babies at the bottom of the grass by the ground and during storms and at night they hang from the lower parts of the grass rather than up high in the wind.
1 bone = animal can't survive
5 bones = animal will thrive
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