HEMODUSA - The Jelly Vampire


CLASS: VAMPIRIC

   This common invertebrate vampire is adept at both swimming and flying, but spends most of its time crawling on its lower tentacles or anchored in place upside-down. Its two sturdy "arms," tipped with simplistic eyes, are lined with stinging cells that can paralyze even the largest prey animal. Blood is drained by its tooth-lined stomach, which can extend from the hollow body on a flexible neck.


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