Floatare is a small fish that spends most of its time floating in the shallows of Proto.  It has been abundantly successful at this passive lifestyle and is one of the oldest known species on the planet.  It is the early cousin of the floatane that can also be seen in our zoo.


Rhinosaur's are very odd creatures.  They have front facing eyes and horns, but a rear facing mouth.  This rear mouth is on the end of a long neck/tail that helps the creature stay upright while feeding off of the ground.  Although they are very fast runners, they are primarily scavengers, using their speed to beat other scavengers to a meal.


Vicious hunters, Tregia tend to live in packs.  They use the horn on their heads to gore their prey.  They are not able to fly, but their wings help stabilize them as they chase down prey.


Molcor are nocturnal creatures who sleep standing up, in broad daylight.  Their arms are adapted for digging and their snouts aid in rooting in the dirt.  They are one of the largest mammals on Jeol.


The jellyfly is one of the most intelligent species on Clastos.  They are capable of making primitive tools and have a simple social system.  They are great flyers who use their tentacle like arms to pick foliage from plants for sustenance.


Bitongs eat by leaping in the air and using their two tongues to locate flying insects.  They live in small groups near small bodies of water, where there is a high concentration of flying insects on Drol.

Claw Worm

The claw worm has retractable claws along both sides of its body.  These claws serve two purposes.  They help the animal move through tough dirt, but they can also be deployed to keep them from becoming someone's lunch.  The circular jaw helps this creature devour small mammals on Sys.


The shellback of Riguz is a soft shelled amphibian.  It lives mostly on land, but must return to the water so its skin does not dry out.  These creatures love to sit in the lapping waves of lakes and sing their deep, guttural songs.


The inkfish has two large ink sacks on the sides of its face.  When threatened, it can puff out a small amount of bitter ink to fend off predators.  The spots on its body help to camouflage it, reducing the risk of being attacked from below.