Hey guys! Here's a band of Fruitifuzz. They have class, they gather in a mass, but most importantly, they give a lot of sass!
These mischief makers devoured many types of grape when they were little 'seedlings', another word for Fruitifuzz larvae. These grapes gather in tight bunches, with their tails high up in the air all curled together. They are very cheerful, and in their culture, "A guffawing grape is a great grape!" as they like to put it. They also like to show their sassy side. They'd bristle up their soft, shimmery fur and tease other Fruitifuzz playfully. However, if one goes too far and hurts another's feelings, the other grapes will cast it out of their group for a while and not let it twine tails with them. After several days, though, they'd let it back in.
More Fruitifuzz coming soon! :D
'Ello! Here's another gourd fruitifuzz. This one's a bit different, being a slicin', dicin', nibbly ninja!
Sweet pie pumpkins must have been this fuzz's favorite when it was a larvae, since it grew to resemble the pumpkins it ate. Unlike many other gourds, sweet pie pumpkins scrabble and scratch open hard fruits and gnaw and peel off tough peels. They are often taught by their peers how to do defensive intimidation, like grumpy growling and snapping at a predator's heels without biting them to spook them off. It's all about being a spooky jack-o-lantern!
More, more, and more fruitifuzz coming soon! :3
Hey everyone! Here's another fruitifuzz. This one is a kabocha squash breed!
It must have devoured some tasty kabocha squash when it was a larva, making it look like the food it ate. Like other squashes, this one specializes in chewing down hard stems and digging holes. They have no extra pair of eyes but they have sharp vision. Their big, batlike ears waver around to sense the tiniest vibrations in the earth so they can slurp up a tasty worm or crunch on a juicy beetle.
More posts coming soon! I'll see you all around! :D
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