Species: Makwalo

This is not a complete write-up.

urs/wild: herbivores; black-bear-buffalo; back paws are hoof-toed (four toes with large hoof-like coverings and tips), forepaws are regular barrpaws; forelegs are longer and more muscular than the rear, leading to a buffalo-esque silhouette with the arched/humped back; tend to be diggers (eating the roots) and foragers, not grazers; face is grizzlyish with hefty jaws and long equine ears; tail is donkeyesque and tufted slightly; borderline-symbiotic with avian/wild (pici)

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