Brynn Metheney – The Morae River: The Blue Throated Hulompolus
The Blue-Throated Hulompolus is the largest herbivore in the High Wood. They can weigh up to 1600 kilograms and stand about 2 meters tall. Females are usually slightly larger than males and are highly aggressive, especially when nesting begins. All Hulompolus are Reptiles, laying eggs to reproduce. Females can lie up to three eggs during the breeding season and have even been known to be caring mothers for up to eight months after the eggs have hatched…
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