Some populations of death chest liserds began to move away from being omnivores and fed more and more on vegetation. The continent of Dingus was also now infested with small predators like the Radrake, and so these populations of death chest liserds evolved adaptations to escape these new threats and evolved into a new species. The Unguliserd is now primarily herbivorous, though it will occasionally supplement its diet with small prey if the opportunity arises. Most of its faunal prey consists of hard-shelled legofauna and the vegetation is often tough, so the Unguliserd has evolved tooth-like spines all over the interior of their lower jaw and along the rim of their upper jaw. These spines are made of calcium carbonate, much like their neck vertebrae and help grind up food so its a mushy paste by the time it gets swallowed which makes digestion easier for the little radfauna. Living in a dangerous world fill of predators around their size such as the Radrake, Long-beaked mamal, and Bladerake, The Unguliserd has evolved towards speed so they can outrun their threats. The limb bones have become longer and leaner so it can cover more distance in less time, the anus-tail has become much longer to help counterbalance the Unguliserd so it does not fall over when making sharp turns, and each leg now ends in a small hoof made of keratin to help gain traction in the dirt. Meanwhile, the creature has also developed basic counter-shading to help avoid detection while its own vision has become sharper. Since it can still see in infrared, the Unguliserd has superb night-vision and thus often forages at night when most of its predators are asleep. The Unguliserd also no longer uses its radiation organ for many things, since the prey it does hunt is small enough for the radfauna to simply run down and crunch up with their jaws and trying to use it to deter predators would mean turning around and exposing their vulnerable throat. At most, the Unguliserd will use the laser to scare competitors away from their preferred sources of food although it would more often just find food somewhere else.

One way to avoid predators was to travel in small groups, since multiple groups of eyes are better at detecting potential threats before it is too late. To help communicate with one another the Unguliserd has taken a small hump of their ancestor and turned it into a pelvic ridge that has bright colors. The line of small osteoderms made of keratin that run down their back are also used for display, since it can help get the attention of other Unguliserds. In a case of convergent evolution, the Unguliserd has also developed sexual reproduction somewhat similarly to several groups of turdles, with two individuals budding next to each other that then merge together and exchange genes. Unlike turdles, however, the Unguliserd pair also irradiates the buds to help further mix up their genes. Then, the merged bud would split into 4 genetically distinct offspring. This gives the Unguliserd a competitive edge over their ancestor since they can adapt to new evolutionary pressures more easily.