The Katrig is a medium-sized mammal with razor-sharp buckteeth. It's main food is the coconut. To achieve the coconuts, the Katrig rams a coconut tree with the large horn-like mound on its head. When the coconut falls, it peels the protective skin off of the harder seed inside with its teeth, this is later fed to its offspring. Once it has done this, the Katring rolls the coconut to the nearest medium to large rock and leans it against the rock. Once the coconut is in place, the Katrig retreats a few yards before charging the coconut, smashing it. It drinks as much of the milk as it can get before eating the skin inside the seed, peeling it off with its teeth. Fledgling Katrig, which, like the Platypus, are hatched in an egg, rather than born live. None of the coconut goes to waste, as most Katrig nests are made from left-over coconut seed. Its four pairs of eyes act similar to a chameleon's, in which they can look two ways at any given moments, helping to evade any predators.
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