Chaotic Claweneresca

As their ancestor became very successful, some began specializing more into living on land, until they became fully terrestrial, and strangely, developed two separate forms based entirely on their environment and ecology. They are known as Chaotic Claweneresca, and have two different forms: Volcanic Claws, and Grove Claws. Volcanic Claws are covered in thick, blachish armor plates, and have a orange, fleshy underside, their coloratiom serving as camouflage, as they perfer, harsh, warm, rocky environments. Grove Claws have a dark greenish body with pink and green colors mainly on its limbs, as well as fleshy structures similar to vines and leaves, all of which are used to warn potential predators of their toxic levels of spite. Volcanic Claws prefer to hide the moment it feels unsafe, while Grove Claws will stand its ground, waving its fleshy structures to look bigger and show predators their bright colors, which they are smart, they will go away. Though, if this does not work, they will flee. They are slightly more nocturnal than their ancestor, though are still active during the day most of the time. Both are rather good at digging due to their pointed, backwards-facing toes, which also help with jumping and climbing. They sometimes also float instead of climbing or jumping. They prefer living in environments full of places to hide, especially Grove Claws, as it makes their life a bit easier. Due to their fully terrestrial nature, they have lost their flagellum.

They will sometimes use their toes to pin down food, and tear chunks off using their tongue, making it possible to not just eat larger things, but also makes them better at predation. While they are still capable of doing mitosis, it is rather slow for Volcanic Claweneresca, as they have to break their armor apart to split in two. During their breeding season, they will head to the beaches and begin mating, and remain there until they give birth, only eating things there as their babies mature internally. Afterwards, they will return to their natural habitats, or remain if they so chose to, taking young of the same kind as them with them, while the others will go to the other biomes, if they are not adopted first, though will be adopted anyways there if it finds an adult. Chaotic Claweneresca with babies are more aggressive than skittish, attacking predators that get too close so that their young can get away. They will also Not eat everything they find, instead letting their young eat the rest. To travel to and from beaches, they may float there, Volcanic Claweneresca doing this more often due to having to pass through the forest to get there. All of them contain both the genetics for Volcanic and Grove Claws, either of the two being activated while developing in their parent to decide their form, whichever one is chosen, the other remains in their genetics, deactivated. This can result in Volcanic Claws giving birth to Grove Claws and vise versa, even when they mated with A Chaotic Claweneresca of the same kind. If both groups of genes are activated, it will result in a hybrid that has features of both Volcanic and Grove Clawenerescas, though usually does not survive depending on what features take over and where they go. Though, if they survive long enough to mate, this hybridization is usually fixed by its young, though if it does mitosis, the hybridization will be retained in both. Hybrids are usually not adopted by adults due to their appearance.