Greater 'stached Bruh

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Since the river systems of Dingus were relatively vacant, some populations of 'stached Bruh moved in to take advantage of all the detritus that was being washed into the waterways from land. With competition being pretty much nonexistent in the area, these freshwater populations would rapidly grow in size and become a new species. The Greater 'stached Bruh looks very similar to their ancestor with only a few minor differences. The cilia running along their nose have become much longer to better assist the microbe on obtaining nutrients while the teeth have become thin and needle-like as well as being more numerous to better filter out organic matter from mere bits of rock. To live in the river systems, which have a higher amount of background radiation than the open ocean their ancestors lived in, the Great 'stached Bruh has developed a higher resistance to radiation. Aside from these changed along with their greater size, the Greater 'stached Bruh is very similar, with the long flagellum allowing it to swim relatively quickly for long distances at the cost to manuverability. They have retained the simple photoreceptors of their ancestors to warn them of incoming danger. They still naturally ingest ambient amounts of spite, incorporating it into their tissues which can be used to deter predators.