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Chromodore Sea Bunny #1491


Sea bunnies do not blend in well with any environment, being more brightly colored than even the most vibrant of corals. They move slowly across the sea floor, swimming only when they absolutely must. Luckily, their favorite food -- algae -- moves even slower than they do. Sea bunnies spend a lot of time eating, so much that they don't even fully sleep, but instead take periodic naps throughout the day and night. They are very good at keeping algae at bay, but they can easily overgraze. This happens rarely, owing to the slow rate with with the bunnies reproduce; unlike their land-dwelling namesakes, sea bunnies only lay one egg every few years. No one is sure how long they live as adults.


This squishy egg has bright blue and yellow stripes to warn potential predators that it is poisonous.


A small sea bunny is soft to the touch, not covered in fur like their land-dwelling counterparts, but just as delicate. They do not receive any care from their parents, although adults tolerate their presence. The hatchlings gather together in large groups to munch on sea grass and corals. They can survive for brief periods of time on land, though when small, they prefer tide pools and quiet areas of the reef. Chromodore sea bunnies have few predators as their noxious poison and dazzling colors are enough to ward off curious seals and fish. The tendrils coating their bodies are more like the tentacles of an anemone than mammal fur; not powerful enough to sting, but able to gum up the mouth of any would-be predator. However, they have few defenses against harsh weather and are sensitive to even the slightest change in water conditions, so finding the appropriate habitat is crucial.


Sea bunnies are a favorite companion of young sea folk as they are among the gentlest of animals. They are not especially shy, and will readily take greens from your hand after sniffing it for a little while. They grow relatively quickly and in the right environment, a simple setup for a pen will do well to keep them happy. However, they are rare sights outside of their native region because of their delicate nature. The only place on the mainland known to hold sea bunnies is the Keep, where they live full-time in special enchanted aquariums designed to perfectly mimic their natural habitats. They don't make particularly useful companions, but they are the subject of much exciting research at the Keep because of their poisonous tissues. They aren't toxic enough to seriously hurt animals that eat them, but it seems their taste is so foul that nothing tries a second time.


Obtained from: Event, Spring
Breeding: Yes
Renaming cost: 200 gold
Release date: March 26th 2024

Element: Neutral An icon depicting the element Neutral

Breeds with the following:
Chromodore Sea Bunny + Chromodore Sea Bunny = Chromodore Sea Bunny (Very easy)
Blue-Ringed Sea Bunny + Chromodore Sea Bunny = Blue-Ringed Sea Bunny (Easy)
Blue-Ringed Sea Bunny + Chromodore Sea Bunny = Chromodore Sea Bunny (Easy)
Chromodore Sea Bunny + Pastel Sea Bunny = Chromodore Sea Bunny (Easy)
Chromodore Sea Bunny + Pastel Sea Bunny = Pastel Sea Bunny (Easy)

Sprite art: Mysfytt | Description: PKGriffin

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