Some populations of Soopybell began to grow bigger and developed new adaptations to help with obtaining prey for them to consume. This would lead to them splitting off from their ancestor and becoming the Fuzzy Tanglebells.

In many ways, the Fuzzy Tanglebell shares many traits with their ancestor, such as the bruh-derived cells that make up its "teeth" and digestive system and the asshole-derived cells that allow them to seal prey within their digestive system. The most important difference, instead, comes from the poopy-derived locomotory cells. While they still have cilia that vigorously beat the water to move around, the cilia around the mouth region have become extremely long and flagella-like, now helping the Fuzzy Tanglebell to catch prey. Since the Fuzzy Tanglebell still has an immunity to spite inherited from its ancestor, it now incorporates the substance within their tissues to dissuade predators from eating it. The Fuzzy Tanglebell additionally has high amount of spite within the elongated cilia, which smack into prey once its caught to get the substance within their system. If the prey does not have an immunity, it will proceed to die and thus make feeding easier for the Fuzzy Tanglebell. The Savage Devilbruh, however, is immune to spite since it is a bruh cell and thus the Fuzzy Tanglebell and Savage Devilbruh are in a sort of arms race with one another as the bruh cell tries to eat its way out of the Fuzzy Tanglebell.

New Fuzzy Tanglebells are often budded off from the apex of the bell and resemble the Sooperpoopycells. This difference ensures that Fuzzy Tanglebells can make quick turns in pursuit of prey. Many larvae will be able to accrete enough energy to grow and multiply their cells to adulthood.