Recycling Radiobush

Some populations of the Radiobush took advantage of dead organisms lying around, since being a purse producer is highly contested due to the abundance of other Radiobushes. The Recycling Radiobush retains many traits from their ancestors, such as the cell walls and the lead around their nuclei which have not changed at all. Their leaf-like lobes help gather sunlight and take in ambient levels of spite from the air around them while passively gaining even more energy from radiation. The Recycling Radiobush, however, has also taken the habit to consuming other organisms for even more nutrients. Having reduced the amount of adhesive secretions so they merely don't get knocked over by the wind rather than be stuck in one spot allows them to slowly scoot about the landscape. The proto-roots of their ancestor have become akin to small tendrils which help move the organism forward while absorbing any microbes that come in contact with them. When the Recycling Radiobush comes across a carcass, however, they will climb onto it and remain latched on while they slowly break it down for nutrients. Much like their ancestors, the Recycling Radiobush produces small versions of themselves with large leaves so they can be carried by the wind a certain distance before landing and becoming a new Recycling Radiobush.