Name: unnamed
Species: Karcharos Shark
Birthday: Tuesday, September 14, 2021
Owner: jpond

More eggs:

Stage Progress: 92.11%
Overall Progress: 40.30%

You can hear a steady heartbeat coming from this leathery finned egg.

One of the largest shark species in the world, karcharos sharks easily reach over 20 feet long as adults, with rumors of even larger specimens in the areas of the ocean where magis don't often venture. Taking on a karcharos as a companion isn't for those without time and patience; karcharos sharks can live up to 100 years and aren't easily tamed, nor do they take well to new owners. Ancient texts claim that karcharos sharks are gods given shark form so that they can patrol their ocean territory as warriors, and this protectiveness extends to their magi. Due to their size, speed, and teeth, karcharos sharks have very few natural predators other than leviathans, krakens, and occasionally akhluts. Fortunately their territories don't often overlap: karcharos sharks prefer warmer coastal areas, especially around the Callisto Islands. These massive sharks travel all over the world but finding and taking an egg isn't an easy task, as their breeding grounds are very well-hidden and fiercely defended. Some reports indicate that in protecting their nurseries, karcharos sharks can actually jump onto boats, which doesn't often end well for the shark or the people on-board.

Sprite art: Tekla | Description: Sochitelya