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Tablescrap Rahi (Bio-Cup Round 2) . This is my entrant for round 2 of the Bio-Cup on MOCpages. Round 2's category prime was Rahi and my sub-category was 'Tablescrap Rahi' which I after found out just meant small really. I really suck at smaller mocs but I can atleast say that I gave this a try. . Well here goes. The high flyer is a rahi that uses a gas filled organ on it's back to either reach great heights or by releasing soms gas, descend to feed on low lying shubery and possibly a few small insects. It's single eye allows it to see a great deal around it and it's finely lined fins dangle down by it's abdomen and slowly wave to control movment. It's small arms are also useful in holding plant matter while it feeds. This small fellow swims around in the shallows looking for smaller prey to gobble up. It's large compund (insectoid) eyes make it a very observant predator and give it an advantage over it's under-evolved prey. The fins on it's sides are strong enough for it to be able to traverse short areas of land to find new water sources and the spines on it's back are toxic which enlarge to a pair of lethal barbs at it's rear. This hardy little beetle spends it's days foraging for decaying plant matter and bark. It's armoured shell allows it to feed in safety and it's small head makes it a harder target for prey. Those that do clamp down on it's head will get a nasty jab from a pair of horns jutting out from the insects head. A larger beetle type of rahi that is an active predator. It uses it's large glowing eyes and a pair of sensitive feelers to find prey in the undergrowth. It can feed in safety due to the sensitive feelers and if a larger predator attempts to devour it, t can simply run away on it's long legs or if it's caught, it will have to rely on it's hard shell. This little toxic terror is an unexpected surprise to larger predators. It's large abdomen creates toxic chemicals which can be fired from two tubes protruding from it's rear and with formidable accuracy and power. It can then move in swiftly to sink it's large jaws into the unfortunate prey. This massive herbivore roams around grasslands looking for freh pastures to feed on. They are coloured black during the day but at night, they ecome a glowing blue as swirling patterns abound their body in harmoneous displays. A herd animal, it keeps to it's own kind in large groups and uses it's enlerged abdominal regions to keep stocks of food and water in-case of droughts. I suck at little mocs so this was difficult but also a bit amusing to see how much I struggled with it. I bet my opponent will do much better than me - I will most likely lose this round but I also gave it my best and that's all I can do.

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