Serrated Grabbruh

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To tear apart prey more quickly and thoroughly, the ancestors of the Serrated Grabbruh developed several extra spines on their appendages. The large cillia around the edges of the cell still help with movement, allowing the Serrated Grabbruh to turn with ease and produce short bursts of speed, while they tuck in their prehensile noses to reduce drag. After tearing its prey apart with it many noses, the Serrated Grabbruh will then eat the food with its teeth. The photoreceptors still help track down its victims as well as watch out for predators.