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|fauna14desc = Found in large swarms, the Sewer Rot Fly finds and consumes unattended corpses in a matter of days. These horrific flies live in large cities, and can reduce a corpse to nothing but clean bones. It’s a commonly known fact that the insides of the flies are exceedingly dangerous. Every fly is filled with a rank sludge that will cause gangrene if it comes in contact with the skin. This makes combating swarms highly dangerous, and possibly deadly. Wherever there is death, the Sewer Rot Fly will be close by.
  
 
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|fauna15    = [[Haelstram Jungle Scuttler]]

Revision as of 14:17, 9 July 2017

Aloria is rich in both fauna and flora. This page specifically is dedicated to all recorded, extinct or still living, animals that roam the world of Aloria. All animals are split into their relevant categories. Keep in mind that this list is not final and will be added to when necessary. As a player you may claim one of the animals and try to write a Player Lore-Write me, though remind yourself to consult Lore staff about any relevant descriptions! Anyone is permitted to Roleplay a domesticated feline, canine, or songbird where applicable. For any other wild animal, please consult Lore staff as some animals are too wild and hostile to survive in an urban city like Regalia.

Mammals

Primates

Includes all simians such as monkeys, apes, hominins, lemurs, lorisoids, and tarsiers.


Rodents

Includes animals with two incisor teeth on both the top and bottom of their mouths, such as mice, rats, squirrels, prairie dogs, porcupines, beavers, guinea pigs, hamsters, and capybaras.


Canines

Includes domestic dogs, wolves, foxes, jackals, dingoes.


Felines

Includes domestic cats, tigers, lions, jaguars, and leopards.


Pinnipae

Includes aquatic mammals such as seals, sea Lions, walruses


Equids

Includes four-legged animals such as horses, ponies, donkeys, and zebras.


Bats

Includes bats.


Elephau

Includes elephants, mammoths and other huge land-based mammals.


Marsupials

Includes kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, possums, opossums, wombats, Tasmanian devils, and the recently extinct thylacines


Bovids

Includes bison, African buffalo, water buffalo, antelopes, gazelles, sheep, goats, muskoxen, and domestic cattle


Cervids

Includes Deer and Elk


Mustelids

Includes weasel, badger, otter, marten, ferret, mink, stoat, and wolverine


Susids

Includes Pigs and boars


Leporid

Includes Rabbits and Hares


Cetacean

Includes aquatic mammals such as whales and dolphins.


Birds

Song Birds

Includes Innocent birds that like to sing.


Predatory Birds

Includes birds that hunt other fauna.


Sea Birds

Includes birds that spend a lot of time in or around the sea.


High-Altitude Birds

Includes birds that spend long periods of time up high in, close or above the cloud cover.


Flightless Birds

Includes penguins, ostriches, chickens, peacocks, and ground owls.


Gargant Birds

Includes extinct giant/mythical birds.


Reptiles

Saurians

Includes dinosaur-esque reptiles.


Crocodiles

Includes freshwater tropical reptiles.


Snakes

Includes all snakes and serpentine creatures.


Lizards

Includes iguanas, geckos and multiple varieties of small or medium sized reptilian life.


Mammal-like Reptiles

Includes reptiles that possess many mammal-like traits.


Gargant Reptiles

Includes large and otherwise mythical reptiles.


Amphibians

Marine Reptiles

Includes turtles and other reptiles that live in the water.


Anura

Includes all frogs and toads.


Salamanders

Includes salamanders, newts, and other lizard-like amphibians.


Fish

Freshwater Fish

Includes all fish who primarily live in freshwater such as ponds, freshwater lakes, rivers and swamps.


Saltwater Fish

Includes all fish who primarily live in saltwater such as oceans, seas and saltwater lakes.


Echinoderms

Includes all coral and starfish.


Crustaceans

Includes all crabs and lobsters.


Anthropods

Insects

Includes all invertebrate bugs such as beetles, bees, ants, and more.


Arachnids

Includes all joint-legged invertebrate animals such as spiders and scorpions.


Mollusca

Includes all snails, slugs, squids, and octopi.


Magus

Includes mythical and otherwise magical creatures.


Dragons