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drawing by kasha101
My illustration has a huge mountain the white-bellied sneelophs' love to hang out on. in the sand and in the mountain there are holes. these holes are for the white-bellied sneelophs' homes and a place to keep their young safe as well as themselves. they may dig in the sandy beach to receive many underground bugs to eat and bring home for their families. they may also go out to the water bank to hydrate themselves.
1 bone = animal can't survive
5 bones = animal will thrive
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