Radio-Feeding Diarrhea

With the rise of Spotted Radiomolds, they presented an uncontested source of food for anything that can safely feed on them. This lead to some Diarrhea cells developing several adaptations to eat them, eventually becoming a new species. The Radio-Feeding Diarrhea has incorporated lead around their nucleus to not be irradiated to death by the Radiomolds while also having a minor resistance to spite. The Radio-Feeding Diarrhea uses their large size to envelop their prey, which then dissolve inside their cytoplasm and become energy. By consuming the Radiomolds, the Radio-Feeding Diarrheas have spite build up in their systems which they can use to deter predators from eating them.