Stretchbloom Canary Plant

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Some Dimorphic Canary Plants within the Dingus Desert had to face certain challenges like the general lack of resources and so gave rise to the Stretchbloom Canary Plant. This species of canarflora has a much larger and more extensive root system to gather whatever nutrients they can find and reach any water. The Stretchbloom Canary Plant has also shrunk in size, so they require less resources to survive, while the smaller wing branches also mean a smaller surface area to lose water. The whole organism is also covered in a waxy covering to help retain water, with the female Stretchbloom Canary Plant having also taken an extra step towards not using water. The mouths of the Stretchbloom Canary Plant, which are still used for reproduction, are able to scrunch themselves and snap the beak shut so they don't waste precious water. Male Stretchbloom Canary Plants are still blind and so developed chemoreceptive feathers to help navigate while flying after small organisms. Stretchbloom Canary Plants have an interesting life-cycle, as males will hibernate in the sand until it begins to rain. Once they detect large amounts of moisture in the soil, females will un-scrunch their mouths and open their beaks while males will emerge and begin to fly around for females. Males have lost their foot since once they fertilize the females oviducts, they will drop dead as they only live to breed. The females will then vomit up fertilized spores to be carried by the wind and land somewhere else. Like their ancestors, the Stretchbloom Canary Plant have a minor tolerance for radiation.