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Flitterhounds

Flying animals from Chorus

Flitterhound
Image from Andrew P.

Chorus, the home planet of the Jade Chime Singers, has a thick atmosphere, but has a gravity level greater than Earth-standard; for this reason flying organisms on Chorus need almost as much wing per body mass as an Earth organism.

Flitterhounds evolved from a flightless animal as large as a big dog. The smallest flitterhounds are a little larger than a mouse, while the largest have hollow bones and large wingspans; here are some of the more common species.

Flitterhounds 2
Image from Arik
At top is the ancestral animal, a Beakhound, as large as a St Bernard dog. Shown below are some of the most common flitterhound species.

 
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Text by Andrew P.Initially published on 01 September 2014.

 
 
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