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Common Name: Basilosaurus
Species: Basilosaurus Solatiumfecit
Time: Late Eocene
Diet: Piscivore
Temperament: Passive

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One of the stranger creatures in the waters surrounding the island is Basilosaurus Solatiumfecit. It’s a powerful swimmer which has adapted to the shallows so remarkably well such that it rapidly recovers from injuries when near the water’s surface. Conversely, it’s vulnerable to deep water pressure, which slowly cause it harm.

Basilosaurus is usually closely followed around by other predatory creatures, as its eating habits leave a large amount of scraps for other scavengers to consume. It's a gentle creature towards humans, and happily takes food directly from them. However, the creature which trail the ‘Basi’ tend to become dangerously enraged whenever this happens, as it leaves no leftovers for them.

Domesticated

Despite the hassle of engaging with its ornery followers, many tribes still attempt to tame the Basilosaurus, as its mammalian warm-blooded circulation provides a rider with perfect comfort from both heat and cold. Alternatively, Basilosaurus is hunted - perhaps too vigorously - for its special blubber, which can be refined into a far more efficient form of gasoline.

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More efficient gas.   Dude, my gas is efficient enough already.   (that's a joke) 

extremely high fiber diet. 

Common Name: Basilosaurus Species: Basilosaurus Solatiumfecit Time: Late Eocene Diet: Piscivore Temperament: Passive Wild One of the stranger creatures in the waters surrounding the

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