Pissbaby Huhnary

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Overtime, some populations of Huhnary would adapt to live in the "Dingus Scrub" almost exclusively, developing a unique lifecycle to make a living in these relatively arid conditions. The major changes were the populations ditching the "tree morph" and "crawling morph" entirely while also developing prominent life stages. This led to them becoming a new species known as the Pissbaby Huhnary.

While Canartrees typically first resemble a pissplant before they grow into either a male or female form, the Huhnaries hybridization with the Pissing Sky Bush has shaken this dynamic up, with the young now resembling a mixture between a pissbaby and a pissplant. The Pissbaby Huhnary takes this a step further with their young now resembling more pissflora than canarflora, almost looking like some kind of weird pissgrass or the pissbaby of a Pissing Sky Bush. One notable difference from those kinds of organisms that can be noticed, however, is the presence of under-developed beak petals. The “pissbaby morphs” also have waxy feathers to help retain moisture to survive in the “Dingus Scrub”.

The Pissbaby Huhnary stays as their “pissbaby morph” for long periods of time, possibly staying in this particular form for several years during extreme drought, though it typically only stays in this form for around one year. The arrival of the wet season and the heavy rains it provides will trigger the “pissbaby morphs” of the Pissbaby Huhnary to progress in their life cycle. They rapidly grow in size, develop their singular eye and develop their sexual organs and wings over the course of a month. By the end of their development, they will emerge from the ground and take wing as their fully mature “flying morph” as they then search for mates. Unlike their ancestors, the “flying morphs” have both male and female organs, with the pissing tubes being inserted into the mouth of another individual to fertilize their ovaries. The Pissbaby Huhnaries congregate in huge swarms that can often be a mile in diameter in some places as they breed with as many individuals as they can. Their helium sack and skeleton-supported wings still help keep them in the air while the bushy root systems still help take in oxygen from the air without causing much drag.

The fact Pissbaby Huhnaries only get their energy from photosynthesis and that the adults are constantly flying around and breeding means the life of a mature “flying morph” is incredibly short, with the Pissbaby Huhnary swarms dying after about a week. The large amount of bodies that fall onto the ground provide a glut of food for any opportunists as well as providing fertilizer for their spores, which will have already landed on the ground and started to grow. These will go on to be the next generation of Pissbaby Huhnary, which will undergo the cycle of inactivity followed by mass breeding and death in a similar fashion to their forebears.

Since the "flying morphs" of the Piss Huhnary descend from the “flying morphs” of the og Huhnary and are also both male and female at the same time, they are immune to the Transbruh's ability to change an organisms sex. The form is still actively producing antibodies in their system to attack any Transbruhs that enter their system to prevent internal bleeding.