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drawing by pottermon
The white bellied sneeloph lives in the third layer of the Amazon rainforest. The sneeloph digs underground for water, same with food. But the sneeloph digs shallow hole for sleeping, and hiding its babies. Most often times, the sneeloph will cover itself and babies with dry leaves and twigs.After it is done settling in, it will make a symbol to tell that is a specific sneeloph's home.
1 bone = animal can't survive
5 bones = animal will thrive
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